Keep your enemies close...
Victor is the killer who always delivers...for the right price. And Heloise Salvatierra, patron of Guatemala's largest cartel, is ready and willing to pay him just that to eliminate the competition: her sister. Heloise has been battling Maria for control of the cartel in an endless and bloody war. Now, Victor decides who survives. An easy job if it weren't for the sudden target on his back.
...and their enemies closer.
Victor's not the only one on the hunt. Someone else has Maria in the cross hairs and will do anything to get the kill. In the middle of cartel territory with enemies closing in from all sides, Victor must decide where to put the bullet before one is placed in his head....
I would have given more stars if it weren’t for the the author going on and on about things that served no purpose; how many paragraphs do you need to explain WHY you were going or not going to use a kind of method to get to your goal? On and on waxing poetic about plans or guns that didn’t move the story or give you insight to the character. The story was good if you could find it