The Project Alpha trilogy features Alphas—men who were created in a lab. Genetically enhanced with computer implants, they are strong, fast, smart, adaptable, and ruthless. In short, they are the perfect assassins. But they’ve broken free of the men who controlled them and now they want vengeance. Their only allegiance is to one another. What they don’t count on is falling in love.
Now, I love a good assassin movie where the cold-hearted professional finds himself helping someone he normally wouldn’t have, maybe even falling in love. Or perhaps he’s walked away from his former life, but it just won’t let him go. There are some great ones out there, but here are three of my favorites.
This book was previously released in 2009 by another publisher under the title Have Mercy. It has been revised and updated for rerelease with Carina Press.
The pulse-racing Project Alpha trilogy continues as a rebel fugitive comes under the care of a woman whose touch means the difference between life and death.
Logan is pure Alpha, a genetically enhanced human who has escaped from the brutal gated city in which he was designed, and from the creators who want him dead. Running for his life across a ravaged Earth, Logan’s goal is to survive. It’s in his blood. Until he awakens wounded, bound and naked, exposed to a beautiful stranger. Now he’s vulnerable to sensations he’s never felt before.
Mercy Dockins has tended to many wounded men, but none as intoxicatingly perfect as Logan. Or as responsive to her curative strokes. But as passion ignites between them, Mercy’s very purpose in the bleak new world order is shaken to its core: Logan has brought her not only ecstasy, but danger, too. He’s drawn the enemy to her sanctuary, and now their love could soon be just another casualty of war.
N.J. Walters is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.