- File Size: 933 KB
- Print Length: 148 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 22, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Q1KGYGC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #852,348 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
GLITCH (Corporate Hitman Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The plot concerning the guys' attempt to escape their double-crossing employer remains unresolved at the end of this novel. But the love story surrounding Glitch has a satisfying resolution, though I still look forward to seeing their relationship develop.
This was a fun combination of high stakes intrigue and steamy, erotic romance. The characters and plot were all well-developed and captivating. Though the guys are caught in a dangerous situation, the story doesn't go too dark. There's enough humor to keep things light and fun, which is awesome.
I can't wait to read Scratch's story, but I'm super hyped up about Jack's--which, given his character, is likely to go a little darker. Overall great read!!
Glitch seemed like the hot nerd that no one pays too much attention to but ends up being so passionate and intense you can't help but want him.
And I loved Aracelli and her attitude and the way she made Glitch/Liam really open up to the idea of them.
I really liked how well the plot is structured and I can't wait to find out what happens next.
I am excited to read more about Scratch and DEFINITELY Jack. They all seem so mysterious but so very much like the kind of men that make your kindle melt.
The premise is a simple one - take three hackers lounging in jail and offer them a get out of jail free card. What person in their right mind is going to turn an offer like that down?
Glitch sees this offer as his only chance, so he takes it. Several years later we catch up with him, as well as his two cohorts, to find that the offer perhaps wasn't the long term solution they thought it would be.
This is the first in a trilogy, each book concentrating on a different member of the team. After reading this book I am looking forward to finding out what happens next.
One thing which I'm afraid I didn't like, and maybe this is me being me, was the constant sex scenes in. The latter part of the book. If I'm honest I didn't even read them, I skipped them all. That spoiled the book as I honestly didn't see what they brought to the book.
All in all a good story which kept me interested for most of it, and I will be looking out for the next books in the series.
I was interested in reading this series. This is a 3 book series.
Glitch is about Liam "Glitch" Gallagher. He is the true geek of the trio. Hacker since a young age. He is known in the hacker world as Glitch. He gets early release from prison to help a guy named "Eagle". Sound to good to be true? You may want to listen to your gut on this one.
Turns out "Eagle" is trying to frame the same men he got out of prison. So Glitch decides it's time to reverse roles. With the help of Jack, Scratch & a feisty hot hacker named Araceli, the plan takes shape but they need to do it in 48hours.
I liked the characters, they were well developed but the computer talk can be a little much for some that are really "techie" people. It has suspense, romance, geek talk. But overall a good story.
Off to read Scratch……..
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Glitch is about Liam "Glitch" Gallagher. He is the true geek of the trio.Read more
This is the first in a trilogy series following a trio of criminal, turned corporate, computer hackers.Read more
I thought the storyline concept was well thought out and well written. These guys were taken out of one prison only to serve sentence in another.Read more