Sara's Review: Loaded by Roxie Noir
Released: March 30, 2016
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Length: 323 pages
Format: ebook, paperback
They call me The Scorpion because I’m fast, lethal, and I pack plenty of heat. ALEX When you’re street muscle for the biggest drug cartel in North America, you’re hard or you’re dead. I’m alive as f*ck, because I get the job done. My boss swore kidnapping the accountant’s daughter would be quick and easy. Just find Tessa at the wedding, stuff her into a car and let someone else drive her off. Not dance with her all night. Not beat up the driver for being drunk. Not take her to the safe house yourself. The only thing more dangerous than doing my job is not doing my job. But for her? Sign me the f*ck up. TESSA Here’s a tip: if a tall, impossibly sexy man starts flirting with you at your friend’s wedding, run the other way. Don’t flirt back. Don’t dance with him, and absolutely do not fool around with him, no matter how much you want to. Otherwise, you might get kidnapped by an arrogant, swaggering, cocky jerk who thinks he’s God’s gift to women. One who also happens to work for a powerful Mexican cartel… a.k.a. your father’s former bosses. You might wind up stuck together in a safe house, deep in the desert. Worst of all, you might find out he’s cocky for one really good reason - and you might like it. Whatever you do, don’t fall in love. Loaded is a complete, 80,000-word standalone novel - happily ever after ending and all.
Four Boundless Stars
This is the first book I’ve read by Roxie Noir and I will be reading more. It was extremely erotic with a quick thrilling story that kept me reading late into the night. The only negative I found was there were several typos, enough to cause disruption in the flow of the story; but if you don’t let that bother you the story is great, I mean who doesn’t love a bad boy?