Review: Mission: Her Justice by Anna Hackett

Title: Mission: Her Justice

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Team 52 #8

Genre: Contemporary

Pages: 229

Read: December 2, 2020

4 stars
4 stars – It was really good

Jonah Greyson, director of Team 52, is determined to find out who the tough, mysterious redhead is who warned him of his team being targeted. CIA agent Evan Fletcher’s is on the run, been labeled a traitor, and is still determined to help Team 52. While trying to stop an ancient artifact from ending up in the wrong hands, Jonah and Evan can’t keep their hands off each other. 

I can’t believe we are already at the end of the Team 52 series! I am sad that it is the end, but it was a great ending. As most people who have read this series from the beginning, I have been eagerly waiting for Jonah’s book, and it did not disappoint! 

Jonah was just an alpha male as I expected him to be. He was protective of Evan but he trusted in her abilities to defend herself and never smothered her. Jonah’s backstory was surprisingly heartbreaking but it pushed him onto his current path. Evan was betrayed by her company but is determined to bring down the real criminal. These two were great together. They made great partners in the field, they were both skilled and deadly fighters, and they could relate to each other’s pasts. 

Besides, Jonah and Evan, we also got to see Treasure Hunter Security’s Declan and Layne back in action. I loved that we got some treasure hunting time with these two again! They made great additions to the story and we get a bit of a life update with them. Also I loved that the artifact was Egyptian! I love anything that has to do with Egypt so I really enjoyed this adventure. 

Overall, this was a wonderful ending to the series. Like I said before, I am sad, yet happy, that this is the ending of a great series.  I do kinda hope she releases a short novella after this about Arlo because I need more of that grumpy old man! 

Trigger Warnings:

  • Domestic violence leading to death (referenced)

Goodreads / Amazon


Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Mission: Her Protection
  2. Mission: Her Rescue
  3. Mission: Her Security
  4. Mission: Her Defense
  5. Mission: Her Safety
  6. Mission: Her Freedom
  7. Mission: Her Shield

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