- File Size: 1704 KB
- Print Length: 178 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SDNAN0S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,041,802 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
SCRATCH (Corporate Hitman Book 2) Kindle Edition
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If you're looking for a wicked-sexy, fast-action novel, look no further. I guarantee you, Scratch will satisfy all your wildest desires.
Looking very forward to Jack's story!
Overall the book was okay. I didn't feel anything for the characters because there really wasn't much development. I hope the authors do give something about Jack's story soon...
I found Scratch to be a really fast paced story. Each chapter seems either filled with suspense, action, or lust. No down time. One hot scene leads right into another exciting scene. I found myself rushing through the story... and I'm not really sure if that was me rushing, or if the book actually had a rushed feeling. I honestly don't think I could have slowed down if I wanted to. Now I'm kind of wishing the story had taken a little more time in it's telling. In the end... it really just left me wanting more. I suppose that's a good thing. :) I mean... look at that pic below... could you ever get enough of him?
I missed Glitch (I do have a think for the sexy geeks) but I have to say Scratch did win me over. Scratch/Zio was the player of the trio. He used sex as stress relief... and was a love her and leave her kind of guy. It's always fun to read as the ladies' man falls hard for that one amazing girl. Add in that we've got the bad boy falling for the FBI agent and you can't help but fall right into the story.
I can not wait for Jack's story. Like I said in my last review... I’m having a feeling like when we get to Jack’s book, he might win me over (strong silent loyal type). The end of Scratch already has me falling for Jack.
George “Scratch” Hines was a boring accountant. Well, that’s what the world saw him as. If you read the first in this series you know that couldn’t be further from the truth. Yes, he was a money man, but he definitely wasn’t your average, polyester number cruncher. He was a corporate hitman and, along with his brothers by choice, was doing jobs for their ‘employer’. Shady business that needed to come to an end before the three men were no longer part of the equation.
“Never fight from a position of disadvantage until you know where you are, how many enemies, and what they wanted from you.”
When the FBI started sniffing around, and Agent Monica Tidwell entered his life, he had even more incentive to leave his ghost life behind.
I admit the first story had me intrigued, but this, this story pulled me completely and utterly in. I had a hard time connecting with characters Glitch and Araceli initially. Not because they weren’t worth getting to know but there weren’t enough hooks to let me know who they really were. It was all about the work. That is not happening here with Scratch and Monica, entirely the opposite in fact. Monica’s innermost thoughts, her fears and hopes, are revealed right alongside Scratch. Scratch’s vulnerability was a surprise but a most welcome one. While the story continues, this time out the focus is more on the bonds between the men and the women now in their lives.
“Yeah, well. I do worry. This love s*** seems to be going around like a virus, and you’re ripe to catch it…”
There is still drama and a whole lot of mystery and intrigue as the underlying story that connects them all continues. Human relationships, however, are now taking a front seat to the ‘job’.
“Look at me,” Scratch whispered again. “See me.”
A slower start in book one has led to an incredible second story in this series. Sexy, emotional and drama galore, I can’t wait for more in Jack’s story.
**Reviewed for Nerdy, Dirty & Flirty**
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