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McQueen and Jojo's relationship may have started out as a one and done rump, but no other woman has gotten under McQueen's skin like Jojo. She's a strong heroine who's tuff, devoted to her family, but lives a double life. She inspires to be a professional fighter, and trains hard, but doesn't let her family know. When her father, the boss over the local Irish mafia, arranges for her to be married to form an alliances with another mafia, she starts thinking she may never be able to realize her dreams. She runs into McQueen while training at the gym. He is known as a player, and for his one and done mentality, but there is an instant attraction, chemistry, and heat between them. True to McQueen's style, he comes onto Jojo, and she's ready to throw caution to the wind, after all their one time arrangement is just perfect for her. Normally, McQueen doesn't do repeats. He doesn't like the complications that come from being with the same woman twice, but Jojo stirs something in him. When the opportunity rises for him to be with Jojo again, he makes no bones about pursuing her.
McQueen isn't the only person who's interested in Jojo. Someone starts stalking her, and leaving intimate pictures of her and McQueen. If having a stalker wasn't bad enough for Jojo, she has to deal with her father, and brothers. Being with McQueen gives her the strength to stand up to her family, but when the stalker closes in on Jojo, McQueen maybe the only one who can save her.
This audio had a great mix of suspense, heat and plot twists. I'm looking forward to the next story in the series. While this is book three in the series, it can be read as a stand alone.
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McQueen, the ultimate hit it and quit bad boy, gets one taste of the petite little fighter and he can't get enough of her. This was a good story and there's always the Vegas mafia hanging around to add extra tension. Jojo the perfect match for McQueen because although she was a virgin, she is not naive or insecure. My only problem is that McQueen is unhappy that his friend don't think he's capable of managing the club, yet he does nothing to prove them wrong and that angle didn't get explored more deeply. And although McQueen fell for Jojo and showed that he is not self-centered, he still didn't show much depth to his personality -- still pretty shallow. Even so this was still my favorite in the series so far. Each book gets better than the last. I really like Frankie's style of writing.
The narrators were amazing, I just wish they would do a duet style narration for a better listen. Joe and Maxine work well together and their voices complement each other.
Absolutely worth every cent I paid. Can't wait for the last book in the series.
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