All Lexi wants to do is get through the day at her boring temp job with Green Hand Insurance. That’s until she discovers the vice president, Martin Dean, in a pool of blood and herself at the center of an investigation into insurance fraud.
Millions of dollars are missing, the chief suspect is dead and her mysterious, sexy, new boss is not what he seems.
Recruited by the joint task force working on the case, all Lexi has to do is work out who killed Dean and where the missing millions are. That’s easier said than done when her sister insists upon the baby shower to end all baby showers, her wise-ass cop family just wants to keep her safe, someone keeps leaving her creepy gifts, and all the clues point to a seedy sex club on the wrong side of town.
As the bodies start to pile up, Lexi is on a race against time to find the killer and the money, before she’s the next one in the murderer’s sights.
Also in the series:
Armed and Fabulous
Who Glares Wins
Shock and Awesome
Weapons of Mass Distraction
Laugh or Death
Kissing in Action
A Few Good Women - - coming soon!
Armed and fabulous
Top notch action, mystery, and romance made this a fun read!
Armed & Fabulous
It’s a quick and easy read. It’s apparently also pretty forgettable. I was going through my library and stumbled across it. I was a bit surprised to find it at the end of the book when I opened it. When I reread it, I vaguely remembered the story, mostly I just remembered that I found the main character to be annoying. I’m not sure why people keep comparing the main character to Stephanie Plum, the only thing they really have in common is that they’re both women and that they are torn between two men.
The writer has an odd habit of writing in things in a way that makes you think it’s significant to the story, only to find out it’s not. You’ll find paragraphs of Lexi doing mundane things which causes you to think something is going to happen...and nothing does. All it contributes to the story is a padded page count.
I would have chosen two stars, but added a star because it was free. It isn’t riddled with typos, so that gave it its second star, although the writer does have an obnoxious habit of shortening the word pervert into perve instead of perv.
Armed and Fabulous
Overall the book was boring mainly because Alex thinks to highly on herself and this brought the story way down. The story line was good and the had a good ending, but the selfishness of Alex and how she looked, acted and thought how everyone should think she was so great and desirable, brought down the whole story.