About the book
The United States media is abuzz with news of the mysterious disappearance of Hollywood movie star, Goldie St. Helen.
Ex-Delta Force Blake Deco receives a tip from a Mexican friend that a drug lord, obsessed with the beautiful actress, is holding her captive in Tijuana.
With the help of a reluctant army friend, Blake mounts a daring rescue.
What he doesn’t expect is to have feelings for Goldie—or that a killer is hunting them.
And I thought
I actually liked this one better than I thought I would. I am
not really sure why I didn't expect it to be as good as it was but.
I was happily surprised.
I was happily surprised this was a good clean book. There are no bedroom scenes and no language.
There is the occasional foul mouth but most is in Spanish.
There is however alot for violence. I lost count at all the dead bodies. However even as bad as murder and violence can be
the author moves the story along and doesn't fill the pages with gore.
The main characters of the story are more than
likeable. I actually more than liked Blake and Goldie and hope to see more of them and I'll let the author know.
She ended the book with a question to the reader asking how much we liked Blake and Goldie and if we want to read more.
I am anxiously waiting for more.
Maybe a little suspense and romance for Jack? (Blake's
best friend who helps him retrieve stolen artifacts and helps rescue Goldie)
The villain is that. A villain. He doesn't stop until; well I don't want to give that away. He is a piece of work. A stalker, kidnapper, drug lord that loves violence.
Gun Kiss was a great read. I look forward to reading more.
I received a complimentary copy.
My review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads.
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