Review: Innocent Target by Katie Reus

Author: Katie Reus
Series: Redemption Harbor #4
Release Date: May 22, 2018
Publisher: KR Press, LLC
Source: Net Galley
Pages: 250
Reviewer: Elizabeth
Rating: 4 Stars
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From USA Today bestselling author Katie Reus comes the next story in the explosive Redemption Harbor series where sparks fly and so do bullets…

He wasn’t supposed to fall for her…

She was a target. A contract that came across his desk by mistake. Axel was simply going to warn her that she was in danger and get out. Then he got a taste of her and fell hard. But they’re from two different worlds. Not only is she innocent, she’s out of his league. He should keep his distance, but he can’t. Not when someone wants her dead. Now he’s driven to protect her, to keep her safe.

What happens when she discovers who he really is?

Hadley moved to Redemption Harbor for vet school and to be closer to her new family. Now that her billionaire father knows about her existence, her life has changed drastically. She just never imagined that she might be targeted because of her family. And she definitely never imagined she would fall for the one man she should never want. A man who kills for a living. A man who’s obsessed with her. A man who will do anything to protect her from the danger lurking in the shadows. 

Elizabeth's Thoughts
In the last book, we’re introduced to Hadley. Turns out she’s the half-sister of Brooks Alexander (DANGEROUS WITNESS). Talk about a surprise! Hadley is young and trying to find her footing in a new town and new family when her world gets turned upside down. Hadley becomes the target of an unknown enemy and finds herself falling hard for an unlikely savior.

INNOCENT TARGET provides a fast-paced storyline, comic relief from secondary characters and explosive chemistry between Hadley and Axel. Opposites definitely attract in this latest installment to the Redemption Harbor series!

I voluntarily read a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own.

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