Early Review | Until the End by Juno Rushdan

Until the EndUntil the End by Juno Rushdan
Final Hour #3
Romantic Suspense
Sourcebooks Casablanca | May 26, 2020

About the Book:

He’s strong. Fierce. Relentless.
And he may be her only chance of surviving the night.

Gray Box operative Castle Kinkade always gets the job done, no matter how tough the assignment. But when he agrees to protect white-hat hacker Kit Westcott, Castle’s loyalty is tested like never before. Trapped in the closest of quarters, protective instincts flaring, he can feel the ice surrounding his heart melt…and he knows he’d do anything to keep Kit safe.

Even defy the rules that shaped his life.

Castle is the last person Kit should confide in, let alone be attracted to, but he’s the only ally she has left. Under threat of imminent attack—and a chilling conspiracy that hits too close to home—Castle and Kit are forced to put their hearts and lives on the line…and stop at nothing to face the greatest danger the world has ever known.

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Holy Hell, Ms Juno Rushdan!

That was fantastic!

Not sure how many of you remember this, but when I reviewed Nothing to Fear I wondered if I would have enjoyed it more had I remembered Every Last Breath, other than that I liked it. I held Until the End up as a test subject. I wondered if my lukewarm review of Nothing to Fear was due to being in the dark.

Either I was right, or I was lucky, but Until the End was adrenaline packed, and it literally exploded my brain.

Literally. Exploded. My. Brain.

One thing I can say for certain, I never gave much thought to Castle as a character. I remember he was Maddox’s brother in Every Last Breath, and he was higher up on the food chain in the Grey Box, but as far as an independent character I was uninterested.

Well, this lady is interested now, let me tell ya! He was brilliant! He was sexy! He was vulnerable. He and Kit were awesomesauce! I really want to just spew all my excitement, but I can’t because SPOILERS! But, I never ever saw this coming at all. I wasn’t blind. There were personality traits that felt “off”, but gosh… I never ever suspected. The best part, a sympathetic villain. They’re always my favorite.

So basically, my review in short:

“Gush gush, squee squee, read this series!”


Thank you to Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley, for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.


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