Review: Mission: Her Rescue by Anna Hackett

Mission: Her Rescue by Anna Hackett

Title: Mission: Her Rescue  

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Team 52 #2

Pages: 216

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

When archeologist January’s plane is shot down in the Guatemalan jungle, she knows it’s because of the ancient artifact she is carrying. Team 52 member and former CIA, Seth Lynch has made it his mission to discover who shot down feisty and independent January James.

This action packed adventure was another amazing addition to the Team 52 series. January was a feisty, independent, and smart hellcat who is determined to live her life to the fullest. I love that she isn’t afraid to defend herself or stand up for what she believes in. She also stands up to Seth, which he needs. January is just one kickass lady with an awesome job. (I always wanted to be an archeologist.) 

“Really. I think you’re amazing. I love the way you embrace life, your never-ending energy and vitality. Plus you’re gorgeous and you never let me get away with anything.”

After being betrayed multiple times, former CIA agent Seth doesn’t trust anyone. This leads to him making a big mistake with January and almost losing her. He is strong, protective, and emotionally walled off. While getting January out of the jungle safely he realizes how much he likes her. Once he admitted his feelings the dives all into the relationship, which I really liked. I just adored seeing these two finally admit their feelings for each other and make it official. 

“Are you scared?”
“Oh yeah.” He gave her a long, soft kiss. “But I know we’ll work this love thing out together, and enjoy every step.”

I am loving this series as much this second time around as I did when I first read them. I cannot wait to get acquainted with the rest of the Team 52 team.

Reader Warning:

  • Heroine raped as a teenager (referenced)

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Previous books in the series:

  1. Mission: Her Protection

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