Author: Jennifer Raygoza
Published Date: November 6th 2015
Genre: Romantic Suspense
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
The number one paid escort in Las Vegas calls herself Nine. She’s become very wealthy with three hundred very loyal VIP clients. Trig is also the best at what he does. He works for the biggest drug dealer in Vegas, as his personal executioner.
One night with the wrong client and everything spirals out of control when Nine and Trig collide. Watch what happens when two of the best in underworld trades go against the grain, against the rules, and against all odds of making it out alive.
“I’m breaking all my rules here. I’m breaking them all for him.”
“Baby, do you know what you’re worth? Men should be fighting over you. I sure as hell would.”
Kicked out at age 16, she heads to Las Vegas. She meets Jenny on the streets and at age 18 decides to turn to escorting. And she knows her business. With Jenny as her assistant, Nine becomes the most sought after escort in Las Vegas. It also makes her a lot of enemies, like Mr. V, a pimp who wants Nine to work for him.
Trig works for the Savior, a local drug dealer Mr V has ripped off. Mr V also killed Trig’s brother. Seeking revenge and trying to protect his sister and her kids, Trig has become the Savior’s personal hitman. And the hit is out on Mr V. Only, he isn’t alone. Trig saves Nine, but the Savior wants her dead.
The cover of Nine caught my eye. Then the synopsis caught my interest. This book touches on a lot of sensitive subjects: sexual abuse, drug addiction, prostitution, murder. It is tastefully written, has a good plot and down to Earth characters. Nine is a spunky and confident go getter. Until she meets Trig and he knocks down her defenses. Trig is a no nonsense kind of guy, until he meets Nine and doesn’t know what to do with her.
There are a few sex scenes in the story, but the story has depth and really relatable characters. Nine and Trig have a lot of chemistry and a romance starts to bloom between two really messed up people and that made the story even more enjoyable, more real. I’m looking forward to the next story in the series.
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