Review of Shadow and Silk by Liliana Hart

Shadow and Silk by Liliana Hart 

Shadows and SilkAgent Brant Scott knows when a battle is lost. He’s been an integral part of hunting down members of the del Fuego cartel for years, but it’s not the violent criminals that have the ability to bring him to his knees. That honor belongs to one woman. And after spending a night in Darcy MacKenzie’s bed, he knows he has to disappear from her life or risk her finding out the one secret that can make her despise him forever.

Darcy MacKenzie is hell on wheels. At least that’s what her brothers tell her. And when she has the chance to work with the elite team assigned to destroy the most dangerous drug cartel in the world, she jumps at the chance to lend her expertise by deciphering the Mayan hieroglyphs the cartel is using to send messages.

The only problem is her partner is none other that Brant Scott—the only man she’s ever loved and the one who left her without a backward glance. With secrets of her own—and a body built for sin—Darcy is more than an equal match for the stubborn Brant. But loving each other could be more of a risk than either is willing to take

Review:
This book is currently the seven book in the MacKenzie Brother Quarlet series. I love love this series so much because there is so much family involve that I can see past characters. Brant and Darcy relationship has changed since the last time they have encounter with each other. I have to say that both of these characters have grown throughout the book by knowing what was the most important to them. This couple has challenge each other so much that it is sometimes funny to read. Also, their love scene is very steamy throughout the book. Plus, I have to love Darcy brothers sense of humor in the book. I would definite recommend to read this book, but if you have not read the beginning of the series, then I would suggest to read the beginning so you cannot be confuse. 


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