Friday, January 1, 2016

Tough Justice: Exposed

Review copy provided via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review.


A new job. A new case. A new criminal…?
Special Agent Lara Grant will do anything to get her mark—until her last undercover case, infiltrating the notorious Moretti crime ring, forced her to get close to the top. Way. Too. Close…

Now starting a new job in New York City, all Lara wants is to leave the ghosts of her past behind. Until a dramatic sniper, attack leaves Lara's face – and real name – all over the media. In the blink of an eye, her cover is blown, her identity exposed.

Then a woman's body is found, branded with the ritual Moretti tattoo. Someone knows who Lara is…and exactly how to make her pay


This is one of those book, which sucks you in from the very first page, and you can’t stop until it’s through. It’s a very well written Novella; characters are likeable as well as believable.  I really enjoyed the flow and pace of the story line, which you can tell was well thought out and thoroughly projected onto the pages.

I didn’t find any grammatical or punctuation errors, which not finding any enhances the overall flow and read of the book.


Would I recommend this book to others? Yes

Would I read other books by this Author? Yes

Is this book a Novel or Novella? Novella, with continuing story line.

Is this book priced correctly? Yes I feel the price is very fare for a Novella.

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