Reagan “Brewer” de Jager might look soft as a teddy bear, but his stint as a sniper in the SEALs hardened him into a lethal killer. The fact his wife cheated on him while he’d been deployed makes him unable to trust. Cold hearted and empty, he sets his sights on his next mark -- and one look into her eyes slays him.
Nova Smego wasn’t nicknamed Black Widow by her CIA superiors without reason. Underestimated for her petite form, she’s quick with her fists and lethal with a blade or a bullet. Tossed out of the CIA with a scarred reputation, she joins a hitmen-for-hire team in the hopes of exacting revenge on the one who ruined her career.
When the Outlaws eliminate her team in order to rescue one of their own, Nova is kept alive -- tied to her captor. A winter storm kills the electricity, but not the heat building between her and Brewer. There was a reason he couldn’t end her, and while she plans her escape, she fears losing her heart to the chemistry sizzling between them.
But when Nova’s desire for vengeance shakes the tentative bond between them, the Outlaws issue Brewer an ultimatum. Pull the trigger, or find common ground to trust one another and avoid the Outlaws’ demand for her life.
Praise for Brewer's Mark (Devil's Outlaws MC 4)
"Good read. Love it when the female lead is a bada$$ in her own right."
-- 4 Stars from Angel Joy, Amazon Review
"This is another great addition to the series... I have binge read these books and they have just got better and better, and I would recommend them to all MC fans. Brewer and Nova were just hot together -- their chemistry was off the charts hot. This was a super read and my favorite so far... you won't want to put it down."
-- 4 Stars from Poppy, Amazon Review
"I found the story-line unique... I found the struggle to find love very probable in a world where war had two sides, and both have a cause they are fighting to support. The love between Nova and Brewer is beautiful and sweet... Brewer's Mark will keep a reader on their toes."
-- 4 Cups from Delane, Coffee Time Romance & More!
"Brewer's Mark is the first book that I have read by Lynn Burke and it is a delightful story about Reagan, aka Brewer, and Nova. These two have interesting histories and a much more intriguing present. They are "tied" together but the electricity between is going to explode at any minute and potentially burn everything around them to ash. I was hooked by this story from the opening paragraph... Brewer and Nova were both BAD AZZ extraordinaires."
-- 5 Stars from LFBooks, Amazon Review
"...fast-paced, and action packed with two deadly people finding that they have amazing chemistry together when they should hate each other. It’s a great read with a good plot and interesting characters."
-- 4 Stars from Sharon R., Amazon Review
"Two sharp shooters who never miss their mark, do exactly that because their connection is that soul deep. I like how Brewer knew that Nova was it for him. She did too, though they both tried to deny it. Fat chance of that happening snowed in!!! The two characters had so much chemistry, you could almost feel it come off the pages! The love scenes nearly overheated my Kindle."
-- 5 Stars from SiKReviews, Goodreads
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Brewer's Mark (Devil's Outlaws MC 4)
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Copyright ©2019 Lynn Burke
My heart pounded in my ears, but the heightened sound of gunshots from downstairs broke through the muffled thumps of my rushing blood. I yanked open the roof’s trap door and peered into the attic below, my night vision goggles making the cold evening seem like a spring morning teeming with vibrant green.
No life stirred below from what I could see -- unlike the unexpected team of three men who had stormed our safe house, it was quiet as mice in a cupboard.
I slid down the ladder, the flesh wound on my arm aching. Adjusting my grip on my rifle, I pointed the barrel at the door and breathed slowly through parted lips.
Shots sounded again, but quieter as though they were in the basement where we kept the girl we’d been hired to hold. The senator who had dished out the cash for us to take care of his “little problem” had arrived a few moments earlier than the man who’d shot me. Another two must have slipped in the front door.
Teeth clenched against the pain in my arm, I wondered again why I hadn’t aimed for the face of the man who had shot at me after taking out our two northern sentries. The bastard had gotten one shot off -- enough to make my arm mostly useless.
I eased the attic door open and peered into the farmhouse’s hallway. Light shone from the stairwell around the corner to my right, so I flipped my goggles off and let them slip to the carpeted floor.
Adrenaline coursed through me as I crept forward, and even though I hadn’t gotten off more than a single shot or moved more than twenty feet from my sentry position on the roof, my lungs fought for oxygen.
As an ex-CIA operative, I should have had more control over my nerves. As a battle-hardened bitch, I certainly shouldn’t have allowed my shot at the man slinking up on the house to fly wayward.
Lips pursed against disappointment in myself and the stinging pain, I approached the corner. A body whipped around in front of me, a meaty paw grasping my rifle’s barrel before I could swing it up.
Tall -- wide shoulders --
I threw a punch to the kidney of the back lit man, putting all my strength behind me, but my fist merely earned a grunt.
The rifle flew from my grasp, and I shot out a combination punch, the third getting caught in the other damn paw of the huge man.
He dropped my gun and I blocked his grab for my injured arm, landing a half assed blow to rock hard abs that bounced my hand back at me.
I dipped as he reached for my free hand, trying like fuck to smash into his sternum with my injured arm.
The fucker snickered. “Got anything else, little girl?”
I growled and punched again, the beast’s body a solid wall of rock I had no chance of conquering.
He grabbed my wrist. “Enough.”
My world flipped, and I found myself face down on the floor, the carpet burning along my cheek as he wrenched my arms behind me. I kicked. Attempted to pull from his grasp -- and he sat on my thighs, trapping them between his own. Fuck, he was big.
“Enough,” he snarled again, and zip ties tightened around my wrists. “Second floor clear,” he said, and I closed my eyes, finally stilling at the professionalism his words indicated about the team with him.
Heaving for breath I clenched my eyes shut.
They must have come for the woman locked in the basement. Men with earpieces, men who knew how to use their guns.
Another muffled shot sounded below us, and the man yanked me up, his hold loosening a bit on my good arm as I stood beside him. My back to the light, I peered up at my captor.
Hair, black as night, eyes blue as the summer’s sky…
My heart skipped and my adrenaline spiked again. Hot. No, gorgeous. Tall and solid, just how I used to like my men.
“Let’s go.” He yanked me down the stairs, his hold on my arm keeping me from tumbling down after him.
One of my team members lay sprawled at the bottom of the stairs, hazel eyes overtaken by dilated pupils that stared into whatever the fuck afterlife he’d believed in. I bit back my whimper, all thoughts of my hot-as-fuck captor erased from my mind.
“Sit.” He pointed at the wall beyond my friend’s feet, and I fought back tears and choking fear while doing as told, sliding down along the wall onto my ass while holding his stare.
Footsteps sounded from the kitchen. Another mountain of a man carried the woman from the basement, his hold gentle, his eyes tender while peering down at her. He lifted his gaze to my captor.
“Sniper from the roof,” my gorgeous attacker all but bit the words out.
“Why the fuck is she still alive?” the mountain asked while setting the woman onto her feet.
My captor turned his focus on the windows flanking the front door a few feet away. “Gunner’s here,” he muttered rather than answer his friend.
Headlights glinted across the entryway’s walls, illuminating the interior briefly, allowing me a quick study of the man looming beside me. Blood dripped from his arm from the bullet I’d put in him, splattering onto the hardwood floor, and I grimaced as my arm sent a shot of pain clear to my fingers, as though wanting to share in his.
My scowl deepened even though my insides warmed from the round, hard ass mere inches from my face. Perfect for sinking my teeth into. Perfect for grasping with my heels while he buried his length inside me. I craned my neck upward, taking in his broad shoulders, the muscular neck that disappeared into hair my fingers itched to touch.