The Fixer: The Last Romanov by Jill Amy Rosenblatt

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The Last Romanov is the third in The Fixer series that is a fast-paced roller coaster read.  The main character, Katerina can’t seem to catch a break.  Even the one day she gets to go to a spa it ends up being a job!  This woman needs a day at the beach! With the action never stopping I was pulled into the pace of the book and had a very hard time pausing my reading.  With danger around every turn and characters who are playing both sides of every coin, this author constructs a maze of subplots that engulfs the reader.

An intensely grand read and definitely worthy of one of my rare 5 star reviews!

This book is currently available on Pre-Order and will release on October 22, 2019.

For more about this author and all her books, CLICK HERE.

SUMMARY

“My name is Katerina Mills. Make sure I disappear.”

Katerina Mills is getting out . . .

Desperate to escape a psychotic former client, a vengeful mobster, and a dirty DEA agent, professional “fixer” Kat Mills is ready to drop out and disappear.

She doesn’t trust her employer, the shadowy MJM Consulting, but Katerina can’t say no to one last job for the biggest score yet, enough money to get lost for good . . . until the client asks the impossible . . .

Dmitry Zilinsky claims he is a direct descendant of Russia’s last Tsar, Nicholas II, and he demands Katerina steal the item that will prove it.

Kat must get the job done or she can’t make her escape. But when professional thief Alexander Winter reappears in her life, Katerina Mills faces a new choice: go it alone or risk everything to be with the one person she doesn’t want to live without?

 

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