Kill Shot by Susan Sleeman ~ Review

Kill Shot (White Knights #2)
Lucie's Review:
FBI Critical Incident Response Team, The White Knights are called in to recover some stolen military technology, self-steering bullets that would make a novice gunman a deadly sniper. Taking the lead on the case is former Marine Scout Sniper, Agent Rick Cannon, who is pleased to be returning to his old stomping grounds in Atlanta.

PTSD Psychologist Dr. Olivia Dobbs is swept into the case when one of her patients is murdered by one of the self-steering bullets right before her eyes. Now she's the only witness in a murder of a top secret case, yet she never saw the killer's face.

Can Rick keep Olivia safe against high tech killers?

Rick takes Olivia, Diann, who is Olivia's sister, and Diana's children to stay with his parents, in their well protected mansion. Olivia senses the strain between Rick and his mother, but he doesn't want her help with personal things.

Rick is constantly alert, and very driven, he is determined to sift through every clue to find the culprit. He likes to keep to himself, and doesn't enjoy talking about himself, which is why he is irked that Olivia wants him to share more about himself.

Olivia is my favorite. She lives her faith, and counsels people thusly. She is committed to her patients, but wants to help with the case as much as she can. Slowly but surely Olivia get's Rick to open up to her, he's everything that she's not looking for, yet they work well together.

A fast-paced race against time full of action and surprises, with a suspense filled and climatic ending. Great characters and dialog, I was happy to read about the White Knights again and look forward to more of their adventures in the future. Fantastic read!

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