The thrilling and sizzling final installment in the More Than A Threat series.
Can their hope for forever be enough to get them through the final mission?
This was the worst plan ever. Putting her on the front line, smack in the middle of the danger, went against every protective instinct ingrained in Casey Weston. Identifying the human trafficking group, rescuing the victims, and keeping Kate unharmed was potentially too much for even the highly trained team to achieve. One thing was for certain: if they made it out it alive, Casey intended to keep Kate in his life–forever.
What in the heck did Kate sign herself up for? At least this time she had Casey and the others by her side. When the carefully crafted plan imploded into an epic gun battle, Kate found herself in over her head and unable to tell friend from foe. Captured and weak, Kate’s only focus was on survival. Because if she made it through alive, she was determined to never let Casey out of her life ever again.
A threat brought them together; her independence nearly tore them apart. Will their combined hope for a future together be enough for a happy ever after?
More Than a Hope is the third and final book in the More Than a Threat series. This series should be read in order starting with Book 1, More Than a Threat. Please note this series is intended for mature audiences due to foul language, detailed intimate scenes, and violence.
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Meet Kennedy L. Mitchell
Kennedy lives in Dallas with her husband, son, and 80lb Goldendoodle who still believes he’s a lap dog.
A bookworm at heart, Kennedy loves to snuggle up in bed or by the campfire with an unputdownable book.
She began writing two years ago with Falling for the Chance and has no plans of stopping. Her novels are witty, action-packed, and offer enough steam for a great facial.
If you like strong heroines and sexy, tattooed men who can’t keep their hands off them, then this author is the one for you.
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