Marked for Death (A Gray Ghost Novel, book 6) by Amy McKinley – Review by Faith Jackson

Marked for Death (Gray Ghost #6)Marked for Death by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book reminds me of those 80s Jean Claude Van Damme movies. I used to love watching them but now I enjoy reading these action-packed thrillers.
I love that it starts off with suspense as you meet former Navy SEAL Keegan Hunt who has been avoiding Venezuela for 15 long years. The team has to rescue four Americans he’s about to blow his cover as he knows it to return to Caracas.
Kara Medina, Keegan’s nemesis, ambushes his mission to recover insect-sized robots as the battle begins with the special ops team. She soon realizes that Keegan resembles someone from her past who saved her from a dangerous camp. Unable to keep her concentration, the mission went haywire, she realizes she has an attraction to him no matter how much time has passed. Though this is complicated on a higher level, she’s keeping her eyes on the prize.
As the team’s priorities shift, Keegan turns to Kara to succeed. As American politicians’ stakes escalate and goals intertwine, Keegan doesn’t want to leave Kara at all costs even if it sacrifices himself for the love of her.

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