Her Name Is Knight By Yasmin Angoe

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Her Name Is Knight (Nena Knight Book 1) By Yasmin Angoe


Book/Novel Author: Yasmin Angoe

Book/Novel Title: Her Name Is Knight



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A smash debut novel from rising star Yasmin Angoe, Her Name Is Knight features an elite assassin heroine on a mission to topple a human trafficking ring and avenge her family.Stolen from her Ghanaian village as a child, Nena Knight has plenty of motives to kill. Now an elite assassin for a powerful business syndicate called the Tribe, she gets plenty of chances.But while on assignment in Miami, Nena ends up saving a life, not taking one. She emerges from the experience a changed woman, finally hopeful for a life beyond rage and revenge. Tasked with killing a man she’s come to respect, Nena struggles to reconcile her loyalty to the Tribe with her new purpose.Meanwhile, she learns a new Tribe council member is the same man who razed her village, murdered her family, and sold her into captivity. Nena can’t resist the temptation of vengeance—and she doesn’t want to. Before she can reclaim her life, she must leverage everything she was and everything she is to take him down and end the cycle of bloodshed for good.

The structure of the writing was different but well suited for the story that was told. There was a very flow to the writing. I enjoyed reading the book very much.
I’m not sure why but I just couldn’t get into it. I’ve finished all prime reads no problem and this I was just like please no. I finished it just to say I finished it because I can’t leave a book unfinished but it was just not good
Great fast-paced read. I could see the action and the characters clearly. I could so see this as a movie! I’m so excited it’s a “book 1”. Means there’s more coming! Bring it on!
Yasmin Amgoe made the characters come alive. I felt that I knew each character. The plot moved smoothly as a jet flying in calm air. This author is one to watch.
This book was a bit of an unusual story line with an unusual heroine. I appreciated the cultural nuances and occasional clashes as well as the moral struggles and contradictions


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