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Let Mercy Come (Corpus Brides, #3)Let Mercy Come by Zee Monodee

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Let Mercy Come is book three of the Corpus Brides Trilogy. They are romantic suspense books set in Europe and I do believe you need to read them all in order to get the most from them.

Anastasiya ran away from the secret agency and is believed to be the head of the failed mutiny. Scott has been sent to track her down and bring her in. However when he finds her his feelings are re-kindled. But it’s the discovery that she left to protect her baby and not because she had any part in the mutiny which helps his decision to help her and not turn her over to the boss.

They make a new life as Vanessa and James Mather, until the head of Corpus finds them and makes a shocking announcement. With a new role to play and a hunt for a murderer there are many twists, turns and revelations. Just who can you trust? Who will go to lengths to betray you? And who will have the strongest desire to live in the end?

I’ve read this series in stages with many books in between and I did struggle to catch up with some of the characters, however it is still a good storyline with strong characters in some lovely settings.

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Before The Morning by Zee Monodee

Before The Morning (Corpus Brides Trilogy, #2)Before The Morning by Zee Monodee

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Before The Morning is a romantic suspense and is #2 in the Corpus Brides series set in Europe. It’s actually a prequel to #1 Walking The Edge giving plenty of background into the Corpus group of secret agents. The first book introduces us to a break away rogue group within the agency and this book gives up the deeper story as to how links to the rogue group are found.

Ash Gilfoy is a paramedic and called to a house in London to attend an assault victim. While he’s there is tries to stop dangerous criminal Nikolai Grigorievskiy from assaulting his wife. Dashing to her rescue he is shocked at how much Irina resembles childhood friend Rayne Cheltenham, yet this woman is Russian. Ash is enraged when the woman won’t ask for help and he is forced to leave the scene by the police who would love to put the criminals behind bars but never have enough evidence.

Shocked by the confrontation with Ash, Irina needs to finish the job and head home. A trained assassin she deals with the Russians where others fear to tread. In Prague at the headquarters of The Corpus group agent Kali wants out. Seventeen years on the job and meeting Ash face to face were too much, he’s all she can think about.

Getting a job in London in the office of the Aid Agency which fronts the Corpus agents, Rayne forces a reunion with Ash. It’s high passion after so many years but the web of lies that Rayne lives by has its affects on their relationship, especially when she’s targeted and threatened by people who have access to top secret details which can only mean there’s a rogue agent on her trail.

Rayne is desperate for a normal life of marriage and a family with Ash, her first and only love. The trouble is he swore he’s never get married and their relationship is based on a sexual relationship at the moment. What does he really know about this woman?

This is an intense read and kept me engaged through-out, it is a romance too so there is plenty for those who like a HEA, but the suspense keeps it edgy and I love the female assassin characters who are The Corpus Brides.

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