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Last Hope (A Hitman Novel) by [Clare, Jessica, Frederick, Jen]
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3.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Praise for the Hitman novels
"Sexy, thrilling romantic suspense."--"Smexy Books"
"A phenomenal book that sticks with you."--"New York Times "bestselling author Sara Fawkes
"Everything you could ask for."--"All Romance Reviews"


Praise for the Hitman novels
"Sexy, thrilling romantic suspense."--"Smexy Books"
"A phenomenal book that sticks with you."--"New York Times "bestselling author Sara Fawkes
"Everything you could ask for."--"All Romance Reviews"

Praise for the Hitman novels
Sexy, thrilling romantic suspense. "Smexy Books"
A phenomenal book that sticks with you. "New York Times "bestselling author Sara Fawkes
Everything you could ask for. "All Romance Reviews""

About the Author

Jessica Clareis theNew York Timesbestselling author of the Billionaire Boys Club novels and the Bluebonnet novels.Jen Frederickis theUSA Todaybestselling author of the Woodlands series. Together they write the Hitman series which includesLast Kiss, Last Hit: Reloaded, Last Breath, andLast Hit."

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1245 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (29 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SA5KFS4
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #298,207 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm really sorry to say this but this book was a DNF for me ,I was totally excited about this book coming out ,loved the others in the series ,I don't know what to say about it ,the male lead was a major let down,the story seemed to be around his manhood and nothing more x
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3.75 out of 5
Rafe and Ava brought to life a smoulderingly sexy story to my kindle screen and while some bits niggled me, I have to say that overall I really enjoyed the story.
Stranded together in the jungle, they have no option to rely on each other.
Although in all honesty I fully expected it to be Rafe that kept the two of them safe – because after all what else would you expect from a mercenary hitman - I mean come on, Ava is a hand model- how much is she going to be helping him out?
I hold my hands up in defeat because I was mistaken because Ava was a kick ass woman, who balked at nothing.
But Rafe was the sort of man that you would conjure up for yourself if you were considering who you would want to be stranded in a remote location with. He was the consummate hero.
The book has a fairly tangible element of suspense that is creatively woven through the inevitable sexual tension and drama.
Their environment was challenging enough for the two of them but Rafe had other things on his mind and a mission that he was itching to complete but during the course of their time together, his views and opinions seem to shift.
Is his mission the most important thing in his life anymore? Or does he need to take a long hard look at how he feels about Ava and decide what path he needs to take and he will need to tread carefully!!
I liked the story, I liked the characters, I just missed something and I dint know if I can put my finger on what that was exactly.
They book as superbly written and it certainly keeps you on your toes with the twists and turns that snake through the story but the sexual tension and innuendo was maybe where I had my hiccup.
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I received an ARC from the writer in exchange for a honest review.

‘Last hope’ is a new book in the ‘Hitman’ series and is about Rafael (Rafe) Mendoza, who we met in ‘Last kiss’. Rafe Mendoza has had a hard life. He grew up with a mother who hated him and when he was young, a terrible accident convinced him that he was no good for women.
He went in the army and there he discovered that he was good at one thing and that was killing people. In the army he also met his two best friends and when they got out of the army, they decided to build their own place where they and other people were safe. Of course, to build this place they needed money so Rafe and his men decided to become mercenaries.
Everything was going good but now one of his men is being kidnapped! And the only way to get him back is to steal secret information from a criminal. Something that should be a piece of cake for Rafe and his men but the one thing that Rafe didn’t count on was that he would fall in love during this job.

Ava is a hand model. That’s her job. She lives with her best friend Rose in New York. Rose’s very sweet and beautiful, her only fault is her very bad taste in men. Her heart is just too big and men just take advantage of it. Just like her new boyfriend, Louis Duval. Ava didn’t like him when she first met him but now she hates him! He kidnapped Rose and then forced Ava to take a job as a mule, because Duval is a criminal who wants to sell top-secret informative to the highest bidder and he needs a mule. So now Ava is in Lima ‘working’ for Duval, everything is going good until she has to take a plane and the plane goes down. Luckily for her, she survives it. Together with Rafe Mendoza, a man that she met before but for a man that she only met once, he knows a lot of things of her.
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3.5 - "Deaths not taking us today." Stars!

I really enjoyed Last Hope it had a certain 'tongue in cheek' quality to it that the previous books in this series didn’t have. It didn’t really have the feel of the rest of the books in the Hitman series either, in that it wasn't really connected to them, and the story wasn’t as dark or edgy. I think this is mainly because a large part of the book is taken up with thoughts, discussions, general chit-chat and non-stop visualization of and about Rafe’s unusually large clock!

Python, baseball bat, club, and Godzilla are just some of the euphemisms that pop up throughout the book, and to be honest it was in the forefront of both Ava and Rafe’s adventures for such a large part of the book, the fact they were stuck in the jungle, had been in a plane crash, and were being pursued by all-sorts of unsavory characters kind of faded into the background a bit, when the all-important question was left out there… WILL IT FIT???

A guy with an inappropriate boner? It happens. I can get past it. A guy with an inappropriate boner that’s bigger than any log I’ve been able to find in the rainforest? A lot less okay.

Although I am poking fun a little bit, this is still a good book, the tropes used are certainly new ones to me, I mean yes every hero I have ever read about had got a big Richard, but not so big that he honestly believes it may kill a woman if he penetrates her with it.

Giant clock or no, there’s more to Mendoza than what’s in his pants.
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