The Final book in the When Hell Meets Heaven series
Olivia and Amelia are up against Doco (Department of Covert Operations) once again. To win the final battle against them, Olivia and Amelia feel they have no choice but to ask Parker and Remington to join forces with them. It could be the only way they can save all their lives and those of their loved ones. Reluctantly they set about trying to convince their arch-enemies that this is the right thing to do.
But...........the question to be asked is....... ‘how will three of DOCO’s finest operative Alpha’s and a nun work together to rid the world of the evil without killing each other in the process?’ The strength of DOCO knows no bounds. Thrown into the mix is a corrupt politician, both parties hell bent on causing mass destruction and mayhem.
Will these four women be able to defeat their enemy? If they fail, their deaths are imminent.
I’ve followed this series from book one, always eagerly awaiting the next part. Sadly, this is the final part of a well written blockbuster series. A series full of twists and turns, adventure, suspense and surprises throughout. The fact that it’s hot, steaming hot, in parts didn’t hurt either. I rather thought this book was a cross between Charlie’s Angels with a touch of Hogwarts magic for good measure.
It’s great to see Olivia, Amelia, Parker and Remington back in action. A most unlikely combination of women I’ve ever come across, but they fit well together.
This final part is a fitting end to a great series. A real edge of the seat page turner from start to finish. To get the full benefit of this book, you would need to read the previous books in the series. The first two books are free over on Affinity. The rest are very cheap, it’s a win-win situation.
Although I’ve read the first books twice, now that the series is complete, I’m going to indulge myself and read the whole lot back to back. Yes, I’ve enjoyed the series that much. JM Dragon and Erin O’Reilly have produced an excellent series between them. If you are looking for a great series, full of thrills and spills, with an added touch of humor, look no further.