Sacrifice the Wicked

Sacrifice the Wicked It s a battle of the sexes in this hot new book in Karina Cooper s Dark Mission series as reluctant allies become passionate lovers in a world on the brink of destruction

  • Title: Sacrifice the Wicked
  • Author: Karina Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780062127693
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s a battle of the sexes in this hot new book in Karina Cooper s Dark Mission series, as reluctant allies become passionate lovers in a world on the brink of destruction

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      Published :2018-08-04T13:07:23+00:00

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    1. Sacrifice the Wicked is the fourth book in Karina Cooper’s Dark Mission series, and is an intriguing, exciting, sexy story!From the cover:Parker Adams has always done what’s expected of her . . . until a double agent with nothing to lose ignites a passion she doesn’t dare give in to.Mission Agent Simon Wells is everything Parker Adams has been trained to fight: manipulator, murderer, spy… witch. But for her, what makes Simon most dangerous is his mesmerizing sexual magnetism, powerful en [...]

    2. I began this series on a whim when I found the first book at a used store, and have been keeping up. This was another intriguing installment in the series for sure. Set in post-apocalyptic Seattle, after a huge worldwide catastrophe has left most settlements cut off from each other and a large gap in the classes, the world is not a friendly place for witches. The church blames witches for the disasters that have befallen the world and the masses have turned against any and all forms of magic in [...]

    3. If you still have a copy of All Things Wicked sitting on your bookshelf, heed my advice and reacquaint yourself with it before you pick up this book. I didn't and I wish I had. If you've never read a Dark Mission book before, I suggest you start with Blood of the Wicked. Otherwise, you'll have no idea what is going on here.This book draws heavily on the events of the previous installment and while there is a little bit of recap, there is not much. So I spent a little too much time, straining my [...]

    4. This is the fourth book in Karina Cooper’s post-apocalyptic series, Dark Mission. This series is based in Seattle after it was almost entirely destroyed and there is a war between the witches (who were blamed for the massive earthquake that helped destroy Seattle) and the witch hunters who are a part of the church which has basically become the biggest power left and rules both secular and non-secular. Each book as a different main character but the overall plot is continued through each book. [...]

    5. Director Parker Adams knows that Sector Three has infiltrated her Mission with witches. She has also taken classified reports that have to do with GeneCorp, and she believes are connected with Sector Three. Simon Wells takes it upon himself to relieve Adam’s of the classified reports. He breaks into her house, and accomplishes this, but on the way out someone takes the reports from him when he starts to have a degradation attack. He is a GeneCorp witch, and he knows that he doesn’t have that [...]

    6. Director Parker Adams knows that Sector Three has infiltrated her Mission with witches. She has also taken classified reports that have to do with GeneCorp, and she believes are connected with Sector Three. Simon Wells takes it upon himself to relieve Adam’s of the classified reports. He breaks into her house, and accomplishes this, but on the way out someone takes the reports from him when he starts to have a degradation attack. He is a GeneCorp witch, and he knows that he doesn’t have that [...]

    7. BOOK REVIEW by Michelle - February 1st 2013: RATING: 4.5 SMEXI SIMON STARS!!Location, topside, New Seattle, and is the proverbial poop flying about in this installment. Mission Agent Simon Wells, and Director Parker Adams, as Parker must keep reminding Mr Wells, she is the Director, he is the Agent, are getting themselves in and out of a pile of doo doo continuously in this installment. Fast paced scenes with some time out for Simon to get a tumble between the sheets with the straight laced, by [...]

    8. BOOK REVIEW by Michelle - February 1st 2013: RATING: 4.5 SMEXI SIMON STARS!!Location, topside, New Seattle, and is the proverbial poop flying about in this installment. Mission Agent Simon Wells, and Director Parker Adams, as Parker must keep reminding Mr Wells, she is the Director, he is the Agent, are getting themselves in and out of a pile of doo doo continuously in this installment. Fast paced scenes with some time out for Simon to get a tumble between the sheets with the straight laced, by [...]

    9. The heroine is on the trail to unravel the conspiracy behind who's been killing her agents and slowly dismantling her power over her people. She knows the hero is a traitor, a spy for a secret organization who have gone against the Church and have long since manufactured witch super soldiers. The hero himself is such a creature-created in a lab with a strict expiry date that's fast approaching. He's already showing the signs all of his brethren had before he was tasked to put them down. He has e [...]

    10. This review was originally posted at Vampire Book Club.Karina Cooper has taken the primary world building conflict of her Dark Mission series to a new level. What was once witches versus witch hunters, now boils with conspiracy within the Mission. We know witches were being made a la super soldiers for the Mission. We know that many of these manufactured witches have died. And we learned some of our key players in the earlier novels are products of GeneCorp.This time we spend time with Mission D [...]

    11. I don't really know what to say about this novel. I liked that the plot was different and unique for me. It seems to be set in post-apocalytic Seattle in the midst of a battle between witches and witch hunters. The witch hunters belong to the Church which is kind of a governmental organization but not. The main characters Parker and Simon are on different sides of the battle, but they are hella attracted to each other. I was more interested in the world than the romance. doesn't list this book [...]

    12. After the fan incident in All Things Wicked, yeah stuff hit it. I could not wait to dive into Sacrifice the Wicked. The revelations made were going to have some strong repercussions that flowed over into the next book. There was also that thing that Simon and Parker had not going. I knew these two would be a treat to read, especially considering there was a huge non trust potential enemy thing. Simon is very sexy and extremely dangerous. I was left questioning his motives more times that I can c [...]

    13. Sacrifice the Wicked is several books into the Dark Hunter novels. It seems to start where the last on left off and ends very abruptly. I would not recommend reading this series out of order. The world building was done in previous books. In Sacrifice the Wicked I was dropped into the world with no explanation. It was the same with back-story. Side characters appeared with no explanation of who and what they were. While I read I got the impression I should recognize the world, know the back-stor [...]

    14. Mission Director Parker Adams knows that something is not right within the church. She hbas started an undercover operation trying to find out just what Operation Wayward Rose is. Sector Three keeps throwing roadblocks in her way. They have even gone so far as to pup spys in as her agents. Parker doesn't know who she can trust. But there is one agent she knows for sure is an agent for Sector Three. Parker values control above all else but there is something about this undercover agent that draws [...]

    15. If you’re looking for a fun, sexy paranormal romance that doesn’t have vampires or werewolves in it Karina Cooper’s Dark Mission series is for you. I’ve been enjoying this series from the beginning. I love the post-Armageddon world she has built in Seattle and the cast of characters that keep you guessing who’s the good guy and who’s the bad guy. Even though each story has their own HEA there is an overarching plotline between all four books so I do not recommend starting here with S [...]

    16. I don't know what I feel where this book is concerned. First of all I haven't read any of the others before it so dropping in during the middle of a series was really confusing and I spent most of my time trying to figure out what's going on. Regardless of that there's non stop action that really pulls you in and never really a down moment. Super exciting. Although the ending is an issue for me. It's not a cliffhanger since you're not left sitting there thinking "OMG what now?" More like it just [...]

    17. Steamy and perfect for all you in-charge women who have a bedroom submissive hidden inside you. Simon is all alpha male and everything Director Adams needs to make her let go. In general, the story line has moved in a totally different direction than the first books lead me to believe. This book starts out of nowhere and leaves you wondering what it all has to do with the main plot until the end. Things are heating up fast (in more ways than one). I wonder how many more books Ms. Cooper plans to [...]

    18. More like 4.5 Stars. I really liked the tension and chemistry between Parker and Simon. As I've said before, characters always sell me on a book, pretty much regardless of plot. But the plot in Sacrifice the Wicked is also wonderful. You really feel the climax of the series building. Each page turned has more and more tension escalating. It was really hard putting this one down and forcing myself to sleep between reads. Beautifully done, Karina. Another book I've loved!

    19. For the first time in along time I can honestly say I really didn't like this book much. The ending was crap. I understand it leaves more to the imagination but come on now! The next book (if it comes to it) needs to step up and explain a helluva lot. Otherwise its a no go for me.

    20. of all the books in this series, Sacrifice the Wicked is my favorite. I Loved that Parker is forced to take a much harder look at all that she considers true. I love that Simon makes such a wonderfully flawed hero.

    21. I had to DNF this book. Not because it was bad. But because I really think that I need to start with book one to understand the world. Starting with book 5 is not recommended.

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