Stormi's Review: West of Sin by Wesley S. Lewis
PUBLISHER: Red Granite Press LLC
RELEASED: February 4, 2020
GENRE: Crime Thriller
LENGTH: 605 pages
Jennifer Williams hoped her budding relationship with her newly single boss would make this year’s real estate conference bearable. Then she caught her boss in bed with a coworker and sped off into the desert, leaving the conference, the hotel, and the Las Vegas Strip in her rearview mirror.
Lost and alone, she stops for directions at a small-town truck stop and disrupts a robbery in progress. Her presence threatens to escalate the situation, until another bystander—a man running from his own tragic past—steps forward to protect her. She soon learns that the attempted robbery wasn’t what it appeared and that this small town west of Sin City is home to a big secret
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
While on a business trip in Las Vegas. Jennifer catches her boss, who also happens to be her lover, in a tryst with another coworker. All she cares about is leaving, so she does. Down the road, she finds herself caught up in a robbery. Saved by a man known to her as Crocker, she soon finds herself in a whole lot more trouble than just a failed relationship and a simple robbery. She finds herself in danger.
I had no complaints about this book. It was written very well and in a manner that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It was fast-paced and full of danger. The characters are real and easy to like and relate too. The only real complaint was the ending. It was a bit abrupt. I would have liked to know more about Crocker and Jennifer.
Overall, this book was jam-packed with danger. It was fast-paced from start to finish. I hated putting it down. I have read a good crime thriller in a while, and this hit the spot.