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Review: Built to Last (Black Knights Inc. Book 12) by Julie Ann Walker



Book Blurb

In the epic conclusion to the BKI series, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Ann Walker delivers her biggest bombshell yet!

Welcome to Black Knights Inc.
What appears to be a tricked-out motorcycle shop on the North Side of Chicago is actually headquarters for the world's most elite covert operatives. Deadly, dangerous, and determined, they'll steal your breath and your heart.

After a mission-gone-sideways forces Jamin "Angel" Agassi to change his identity, he's determined to bring down the world's worst crime syndicate kingpin once and for all. That's going to be the easy part. Keeping Interpol agent Sonya Butler from discovering who he really is—and blazing another trail into his heart—is the challenge.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Angel goes undercover and infiltrates the Sider’s organization.  He comes face to face with his past in the form of Sonja.  She doesn’t know who he really is, but he knows exactly who she is.  There is a lot of intrigue happening in this story.  The reader has no idea why Sonja is where she is.  You wonder what she is being blackmailed with.  Then the author starts dropping hints into who Angel is.  He is such an enigma throughout the rest of the books, I like finally learning more about him.
He has some serious issues trying to bridge his past with his present.  The story shows his competency when it comes to his job.  However, he fumbles with how he handles things with Sonja.  Sonja is attracted to him, but guilt consumes her because of her past love, Mark.  Angel confuses her as he reminds her of Mark. The author threads this issue throughout the story.  They have great chemistry, but Angel won’t reveal the biggest secret he has.  Of course, it comes out anyway and almost ruins everything.

As a side story Ace and Rusty face their own feelings and issues.  The author gave them both big hurdles to overcome which helped offset the secrets Angel was keeping.  It was a great read.  I love this series and I’m sad to see the guys move on.  I give it a 4 out of 5.





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