By Jennifer Foor
Release Day: April 25, 2016
After his stepbrother is found murdered following a drug deal gone wrong, DEA agent Timothy (MOTH) Douglas goes undercover to take down the people responsible.
Posing as a college student, he sets out to learn more about his estranged younger sibling, infiltrating his circle of friends to further help the investigation.
The moment he meets Windy Lewis he knows she holds the answers.
MOTH pretends to be interested in the mysterious woman, only to fall victim to his own desires. For the first time in his career his personal feelings take him down a road he may never come back from.
When MOTH gets in too deep he will have to make a choice.
Justice or Love
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Review by: Kathryn
This book had everything going for it, a great cover, intriguing blurb, was by an author I love, and a genre I usually devour. In the past I have loved Jennifer Foor's work, and generally I am thoroughly engaged and enthralled by her work, unfortunately I struggled with MOTH.
Unfortunately it just didn't live up to my expectations. I found this book really difficult to get into. I really struggled to connect with the first half of the book and for me and at many points I really wondered if I would finish it at all.
I actually enjoyed the second half and that is the reason I have given it 3 stars. I was really pleased when the story picked up speed and found it became more interesting in the second half. I'm glad that i persisted because the twists and turns were quite unexpected and intriguing and the action had me on the edge of my seat. If only it could have been that captivating from the start it would have been a five star read for me.
Due to the mystery in this book it makes it hard to review, without revealing to much of the plot. I felt that more of the focus in this book was on the mystery/suspense rather than the romance, and that lead me to not connect with either the hero or the heroine. I really struggled to feel their romantic connection, until near the very end of the book.
Reading a book solely from the male hero's point of view was different for me and I found some of the swearing took away from the story line as it was really frequent.
This book would probably appeal to male readers and those who enjoy books of the suspense/mystery genre.
Right now I don’t give a shit who this chick is. I’m not treating her like a criminal, a victim, or a possible lead. Right now she’s just a beautiful woman I’m dying to fuck. With each stroke of her tongue I’m being hypnotized. She’s wrapping me around her little finger, and if I’m not careful I might get lost in this. It’s too good. She’s too perfect. Her kisses match mine like we’re old lovers. Her hands caress my arms as if she’s done this a thousand times. The more I try to back away the harder it becomes to even consider it. I’m a fiend. She’s my drug. I want to be addicted, because a single kiss has never felt this good.
One kiss. That’s all it takes for this chick to bring me to my knees. As much as I know I need to run out of there and clear my head, I remain. I don’t care about the backlash I’ll get from the guys. I don’t care about the danger, or her real identity. I’m living a lie because I know it’s the only way I can be close to her. My head is in my ass, and as long as it stays there I can continue carrying on this charade.
About Jennifer Foor:
A Maryland native who spends most of her time devising a plan to live off the land on some remote island, where no one will ever find her.
She is a married mother of two kids, who may or may not drive her completely bonkers. In her spare time she enjoys shooting pool, camping and spending time with friends and family.