- File Size: 2877 KB
- Print Length: 261 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Jennifer Foor (April 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BFKJOD2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,848 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Alizar was running a drug trafficking operation, as Moth and his team were about to bust the criminal. The latter turned the table on them, leaving more destruction in his wake.
After Moth's stepbrother Jamie was found murdered, Moth went undercover to take down the people responsible for his brother's death. Posing as a student, Moth did everything to find out what his estranged brother was up to.
He got close to Jamie's friends but nothing looked out of place than was until he met Windy Lewis. Moth realized she was the key to unlocking the mystery surrounding his late brother.
Wendy Lewis, a twenty five year old graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She enrolled at the same school Jamie went to. She knew Moth's brother but she wasn't his girlfriend like she'd told the police. Moth needed to get close to her, in order to find out what she knew.
"It's a date."
"No. It's two people goind somewhere. I just don't want to show up alone. That's all."
"I get the differ."...."I think you're curious. I think you want to know more about me and this is an easy way to make it happen."
"I guess only time will provide you with that answer. You're unquestionably interesting, but we just met. For all I know you could be a criminal. See you Friday, Moth."
Not only was Moth working on discovering what really happend to Jamie, he also hand his hands full with finding out who the mole in the DEA was and protecting their number one suspect.Read more ›
I am a huge fan of Jennifer Foor's, so when I saw she had a new book coming out I couldn't wait to read it! The blurb drew me in, and I was so excited for Moth. While there were things I liked here, I had mixed feelings on the story as a whole. This wasn't exactly what I had been expecting and there were some things that I struggled with here.
After a mission gone wrong and his brother being found dead, DEA agent Timothy "Moth" Douglas is determined to get to the bottom of everything that has happened. He will do whatever it takes to make those involved pay for his brother's death. Needing to get close to those that knew his estranged brother, Moth goes undercover as a college student. He knows that Windy Lewis has information that he needs and he knows that she is lying based on what he has discovered and the story that she told the cops. But what starts out as him getting closer to her for information quickly turns into more when he finds himself unable to avoid the pull she has on him. The more their connection grows, the more he begins to wonder if she will be his downfall and if it will come down to him having to choose between justice for his brother or love.
I loved that we got Moth's POV here, and I really enjoy stories that are told from the hero's POV. I find it just gives an interesting twist to romance novels. But while I enjoyed this one being told that way, I also felt like we never fully got to know the heroine here. She just felt surface deep, and I wanted more. Because of that, I wasn't able to feel connected to her or invested in the story the way I would have liked. There was definitely heat and chemistry between them, but I just wanted something deeper.Read more ›
Moth is undercover in Guatemala and has a bad feeling, which never ends well... as he worries what will go wrong, he realizes it is a setup. They don't get the bad guy and lose civilians and one of their own. Soon after Moth finds out his straight laced brother has died of a drug overdose, not the norm for a DEA agent... As he goes home to grieve he quickly realizes it is all connected. Now he has another chance to take down the cartel and avenge his brothers death, but what he wasn't expecting may just kill him...
- “I don’t quit. I’m relentless. When I want something I’m used to getting it.”
- “Last night you mentioned anyone who hangs out with you is in danger. I’m just curious if you have a vagina with teeth, because if that’s the case I’m out of here.”
- “As soon as I saw it I knew it was the one.”
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book had everything going for it, a great cover, intriguing blurb, was by an author I love, and a genre I usually devour. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathryn Linke
Nina is hiding something and Tim (Moth) needs to find out what it is - can two people thrown together in these unusual circumstances fall in love and work it out to be together... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I love Jennifer Foor's books, and Moth did not disappoint. It is suspenseful, full of surprises and hot. Read morePublished 2 months ago by shellby
I love military, men in uniform stories and this one is no exception. Moth is an ex-military man working for the DEA. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cheryl: 1-chick and her kindle
Moth by Jennifer Foor was the ultimate in dark erotic romance. It was suspenseful as much as it was sexy. I enjoyed every freaking minute of it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Aubrey
Moth, the latest book by Jennifer Foor, is a slight departure from the Contemporary Romance genre that I usually read by her. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cyndi Becker
I have loved every book that I've had the pleasure of reading from Jennifer Foor and Moth was no different. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth Robin (Judy)