Book Review: Never Miss by Melissa Koslin

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Never Miss
by Melissa Koslin
Rating: 4.5/5
Release date: May 4, 2021

Wow. What a debut for Melissa Koslin! If you enjoy Christian romance with lots of action and suspense, you will not be disappointed. The author is able to keep a steady pace of action and intrigue with mostly our main characters throughout the entire book. It keeps you guessing as the reader.

When you’re born into a family of assassins, you’d think you’d be used to getting shot at, but for former CIA sniper, Kadance Tolle, she does what she can to save the life of a stranger who ends up being a highly intelligent and capable partner, Dr. Lyndon Vaile. With their lives hanging in the balance as people keep shooting at them, this unlikely pair must discover the truth of what’s happening regarding the Ebola virus and its use in bioterrorism.

I loved Kadance and Lyndon. As a medical student, I was impressed with Lyndon’s character and jealous of his photographic memory. Kadance’s skills were exceptional and I loved the shooting range scene. The message of hope and light in the darkest of times was beautiful and I loved how Lyndon explained his logic about believing in a Higher Power – a Designer. The author is incredibly talented in weaving an exciting adventure with high stakes and swoon-worthy moments.

Highly recommend this book if you enjoy inspirational romance with action and suspense with some biological warfare thrown in.

My thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an ARC of the book. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own. No positive review was expected and no compensation received.

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