Review: Mission: Her Security by Anna Hackett

Title:  Mission: Her Security

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Team 52 #3

Genre: Contemporary, Suspense

Format: eBook

Dates Read: 2018, April 21, 2020

4 stars
4 stars – It was really good

Kinsey Beck has been kidnapped by a terrorist group wanting one of the artifacts housed in Area 52’s warehouse. While scared, she is determined to get away and alert Team 52 of the group. Smith Creed is determined to find sweet and beautiful Kinsey. Rescuing Kinsey uncovers a plot to destroy the world and the team is running out of time to stop them. 

This book picks up right where the previous book ended, with Kinsey being kidnapped. Kinsey knows she will be rescued but she won’t just wait around to be rescued. She uses every chance she can to try to escape. I loved how determined Kinsey was even though she wasn’t a soldier. Kinsey was a beautiful, determined soul who always tried to find the good in any situation. I wish more people could be like her, the world would probably be a better place. 

“You are fucking sunshine in the darkness, Kinsey.”

Smith has been fighting his attraction to Kinsey since she was hired. The kidnapping opens his eyes and makes him admit his feelings about Kinsey. Once he saves her he holds on to her and doesn’t let her go. I loved that once he admitted his feelings he jumped all in. I really liked Smith. He was such a big protective teddy bear. 

“If you get hurt…” “I won’t.” “If you do, I’ll tear the world apart to make them pay.”

The chemistry and romance between these two was perfect. I loved seeing them fall madly in love in between fighting bad guys. Hackett does a wonderful job at combining action and romance. I am so glad I am rereading this series because it is so what I need right now in these stressful times.


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Previous books in the series:

  1. Mission: Her Protection
  2. Mission: Her Rescue

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