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    Irish mob hitman is hot and suspenseful

    Moira, aka Genevieve, is a British intelligence agent with a secret. One even the agency does not know and now she can finally find out who was responsible for bombing the church the day her entire family was killed. Except that means going back to Dublin to confront the Irish mob family of the man she fell in love with on her job in Boston when she was investigating his uncle’s business dealings there. Lar Delaney thinks she was killed in the bombing that took his brother’s life. There was a lot of backstory to establish to help the reader understand the complex and relationships and history of the families involved and it does slow the beginning somewhat. It is necessary and worth it though because otherwise you won’t be able to follow the faster paced suspense that follows. And you will definitely want to. While Lar is an Irish mob enforcer and occasional hitman, you can’t help but like him. He is not a good person but he does have a code. He never kills women and children and always makes sure his target is actually guilty. He also has a lot of secrets himself. Moira should appear to be a good person but with all her secrets and inability to show emotion, she is the perfect fit for Lars. She isn’t quite as good as she seems. Both have a lot of scars emotionally and have suffered a great deal of loss. Yet in each other, they have finally found someone they can actually be themselves around. Then there is the suspenseful backdrop of trying to solve several old murders, Moira’s and Lar’s families, as well as the more recent one in Boston all before Lar’s uncle pulls the plug and has Moira killed as he believes she is responsible for the Boston bombing. It is a suspenseful race against time and one where it looks like time will run out before they find the answer.
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    Exciting Suspense

    This suspenseful tale was very well written and had me guessing throughout the story. Moira and Lar were very complex as former lovers who worked together to find out who was responsible for killing her family in a church bombing and killing his cousin and uncle in a shoot out. The mysteries were separate but some things became intertwined. This was an exciting thriller filled with twists and turns. I can't wait to see the next book in this series because there were some loose ends that will carry forward. I highly recommend this book to any that enjoy romantic suspense! An ARC was provided for my honest review.
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    Final Target (Triskelion Team #1)

    As a final job for his mob boss uncle, Lar Delaney agrees to eliminate one last target. His target is non other than Moira Collins, the woman he fell in love with and whose body he identified 5 years prior in Boston… Zara Keane wrote a fast paced book that combines politics, religion, Intelligence operations and mobsters in a suspenseful new series. We get to know Lar who wants to get out of the life (as much as anybody can escape the mob). We learn he has spent time in prison for a crime he didn’t commit , and was given a short sentence as part of a deal he made with Irish Intelligence G2. Lar has been biding his time and wants to start his own company, along with his cousin Shane. Frank Delaney, Lar's uncle and Shane's father , is the mob boss who controls their lives and isn’t willing to let them go easily. He presents Lar with evidence that Moira isn’t dead, is in fact British Intelligence (MI6) , the daughter of David McEllroy ( who is believed to be responsible to killing Lar's mother). While Lar could let that go as Moira had nothing to do with his mother's death, his uncle plants the seed in his head that Moira was responsible for the explosion in Boston 5 years prior that took the lives of Lar's brother and cousin. Lar is conflicted and wants to be sure Moira is guilty before executing her. Meanwhile, Moira Collins (AKA: Genevieve McEllroy ) travels to Ireland to take care of unfinished business. She wants to find out who was responsible for the terrorist attack that killed her entire family. She suspects Frank Delaney is responsible and spares no effort in trying to prove it. I loved 'Final Target'! Zara Keane built a complex story with but told the story in a simple straight forward way that made it easy to navigate and understand the main players, the politics of the Irish underworld and political climate of Ireland during a turbulent time . 'Final Target' is fact paced. Lar and Moira meet each other, the lust between them ignites instantly (the club and museum scenes are superb). They might not trust one another, but work together nonetheless. They both how to navigate life in a world filled with lies and deceit. 'Final Target' if full of twists: we find out Moira's sister Emma survived, was given a new name and was raised by a foster family. Emma now works as a private investigator, and after some persuasion, agrees to help Moira uncover the truth about the bombing that killed their family. All this happens while Lar is trying to prove Moira is innocent. Moira meanwhile works under Frank's nose, as a striper in one of his clubs. You feel the tension all through the book. The fear of discovery on both Lar and Moira's sides. That said, Zara Keane also added comic moments in the form of one Spoons Maginty. Spoons will have you laughing nonstop with his antics at the confessional, strip bar and dark alley being chased by Lar. Another aspect of the book I loved is the attention given to the history of Ireland, its landmarks and also the use of Irish slang. Done in a moderate way that added to the story, and made you feel like you were in Ireland experiencing events as they happened. 'Final Target' is a book filled with humor, action and emotion. It ends with a revelation that rocks Shane's world, and sets the mood for the next book in the series: "Kiss Shot". I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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    Final Target is a must read!!!

    Final Target by Zara Keane...Oh my goodness it captured my attention from the beginning to the end. This story was full of exciting suspense and kept me on the edge of my seat and ended with a bang. I loved the characters Moira and Lar were perfect together strong chemistry and great sex scenes, wow extremely hot. I can't wait for the second book in this great series, what a fantastic start to a new series. If you are looking for a exciting entertaining book, here it is. I received a complimentary copy of this book for an honest review.
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    Great page turner

    Yet another great story from Zana Keane's. A story of mobsters, hit men and family loyalty. A story of lost love and second chances. You will not be able to put down.
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