Jo Michaels breaks computers for a living for the National Security Agency and likes it.She works in a small room and doesn't go out in the field. Her life is straightforward and controlled. But when her oldest friend and federal agent, Alex Foster, calls in a favor, she doesn’t hesitate to get on the first flight to head out to help. And when he tells her it's about exoneJo Michaels breaks computers for a living for the National Security Agency and likes it.She works in a small room and doesn't go out in the field. Her life is straightforward and controlled. But when her oldest friend and federal agent, Alex Foster, calls in a favor, she doesn’t hesitate to get on the first flight to head out to help. And when he tells her it's about exonerating the criminal, but brilliant car thief and illegal racer he'd been chasing in Los Angeles from his days as an undercover cop, she reluctantly agrees even though she thinks it's the stupidest idea she's ever heard.Dave Martelli, car thief, and illegal street racer, has been exiled in Mexico, and has had more than enough of the underbelly of the world. His whole world is fast cars, hot women, quarter mile races and his biggest flaw is that he keeps doing the right thing in a business built on wrong. When Alex tells him that he can get him cleared and back home to the States, he agrees with reservations. All he has to do is become a spy for the US Government.All his reservations grow when he meets Alex's partner: Jo. They rub each other the wrong way from minute one, but as they work to get him home, he falls hard for the diminutive hacker, giving him one more reason to get back home. All he has to do is infiltrate a ring of smugglers using the Mexican illegal racing circuit to send drugs across the border and break it wide open.All that stands between Dave and his freedom are the head of the Mexico City cartel who runs the dangerous street races, and a serial killing international spy, who are equally determined to preserve their empire, no matter who it means killing—including Jo and Dave....
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Devil's Bargain Reviews
I love this book and I'm not just saying that because I'm the publisher.It fast, it's funny, it's romantic, it's suspenseful, it's full of hot cars, hot men and hot women and seriously, you want the perfect summer read? This is it.It's coming out July 1st. You'll be able to get it direct from the publisher (that's me, she says with full disclosure) at http://www.huntpress.com and on the Kindle and the Nook right away. Print distribution tends to lag by a few weeks, but you'll be able to buy it from all your retailers too.
As the writer, I am no doubt prejudiced, but I am also really proud of this book. I had a great time writing it and hope you will have just as great a time reading it.
Well it was okay. A scattered style with too may questions left unanswered. Felt like too many characters in the mix too. There was plenty that could be trimmed.“Life’s hard, get a helmet.”“You aren’t getting away from me that easily, Big Guy,” she informed him. “You even try to escape and I will use the full resources of the United States government to hunt you down and drag your ass back. I will destroy your credit, put you on every state’s crime watch as a convicted sex offender, give your phone and cell numbers to every telemarketing firm in the nation, and that doesn’t even begin to cover what Uncle Teddy will do to you!” Her recitation was terrifying, but for some reason he found his smile growing wider and wider as she continued. “Are you listening to me?”