Ripped

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Ripped

A Blood Money Novel, #2

This is the second book in the series and it’s just perfect and I do recommend it. One of things I wanted to know was Chandler’s story and you get that in here, plus so much more. You get a glimpse of book three titled: Crazed, that comes out in October and I’m looking forward to reading it.

I didn't like Yang in the first book and as this one continued I liked her even less. Not only is she controlling but she thinks about nobody but herself and what she wants and because of this, Chandler suffered. Freya is great and I hope the author writes her story because I would love to read more about her.

Tobias is one of Beth’s brothers when he figures out that the guy responsible for her kidnapping and torture was one of her marks and he needs Chandler's help to get close to him. Along the way he falls hard without even realizing it. In a bid to save and protect Tobias, Chandler leaves with the mark and hopes that Tobias will stay safe; he comes after her with backup.

It was a great story and well told and this series just keeps me on my toes.


Book Blurb for Ripped

Attorney and political heavyweight Tobias Faraday is the Ice King, a man alone in the eye of a deadly storm. And in the wake of his sister's torture, he's out for blood.

The key to Tobias's revenge is the disavowed British spy he's kept imprisoned for weeks. Chandler McCallister can get him behind enemy lines in Russia, but the clever double-agent has a demand of her own before she puts her life on the line in the name of redemption.

Posing as Chandler's boyfriend at an aristocratic wedding in the English countryside won't kill Tobias. Not in theory.

As the threat of Moscow looms larger and the enemy reveals himself to be crueler than any human can imagine, Tobias reluctantly partners with his prisoner to derail the immediate threat—to their families, to Faraday Industries, and to their lives. What he finds in the process is a feverish, relentless need already melting the ice from his veins.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2015 4.50