Joan deals out bloody vengeance and sharp justice to those who deserve it. Or for those who pay the most.
After years of bouncing around Europe, she thinks she’s finally found a home, a person who is as close to family as she’ll ever find, and an organization she can put her loyalty behind. As well as her considerable skill set. But when her boss turns all of his attention to smuggling humans and the immense profits that could be made, there is no way Joan can let that stand. And the mystery man Joan is sent to hunt down is turning into the most interesting man she’s ever met.
Faced with the choice of murdering the man she is beginning to love or saving the one person who is like family to her, will Joan be able to do the right thing? Especially when the right thing is no longer clear?
Joan: Portrait of a Vengeful Young Woman is an action-packed international thriller in The Fixer series of books. Fans of Beatrix Rose, Jet, and any other hard-nosed, ass-kicking female protagonist will enjoy riding along with Joan.
Joan: Portrait of a Vengeful Young Woman
Someone should make up a new word that covers “excellent”, “thrilling”, etc. in order to adequately cover this book. Old words just can’t do it..and as I am not a Rex Carpenter THRILLING AND EXCELLENT story teller, I simply have to rely on the old words. DO NOT miss this book by a great Author. Can see this one being made into a movie, but the movie you see in your mind with Rex Carpenter weaving those magic words to tell Joan’s “story”, will be better.