Publishing Date: April 2017
Publishers Description: Vivian Cross has carved her place as one of the most sought-after assassins in the world, taking on tasks too morally bankrupt for regular IDF agents. Until her CENTCOM handler sells her out, trapping Vivian in a Russian bunker. She’ll do anything to escape–even strike a desperate bargain with President Malakhov. But with Swarm voices murmuring in the back of her head, this might be one gamble she can’t walk away from.
Review: This story takes place in a Russian research and prison bunker for most of the novel with weird swarm infected zombie like humans. Hottie assassin and legendary killer Vivian Cross kills her way out in order to exact vengeance on the biotch that sold her out.
There was much grinding and gnashing of teeth combined with seething hatred that was consistent throughout the novel. Vivian carries this internal hate to drive her remorseless killing. Well she was a remorseless killer to begin with but now it’s personal. Not a bad character just a little too over the top.
The big fall down with the novel was the alternate chapter coverage of political machinations. World President So and So has a body guard that was dishonored, yada, yada, yada. Wow, what a fooking snooze fest of empty blather. Skip one half of this book and enjoy the action.