Saturday, August 8, 2015

Unfiltered & Unlawful by Payge Galvin and Ronnie Douglas

After a night-shift shooting of a drug dealer in The Coffee Cave, twelve strangers each walk out with more than $100,000 in dirty money, a pact never to meet again, and the chance to start over…

Until that night, Sasha "Sugar" Kovac spent her days selling coffee to the co-eds at ASU Rio Verde and her nights trying not to run back to her ex… or join the throngs of girls lusting after her friend, Adam.

But why should Sugar give in to the Harley-riding tattoo artist when his longest relationships haven't lasted more than a weekend?

Sugar's life takes a turn for the dangerous when someone comes looking for the people connected to the Cave shooting and the cash they split. To protect herself and those she cares about, Sugar has to get out of town–and fast. When Adam insists on coming with her, Sugar finds herself holed up in a tiny house with a hot man, a stash of cash, and a lot of secrets.

Can Sugar protect both her life and her heart when temptation is so close? Or is the past she's fled going to catch up with her?

Sigh… Drugs, money, abuse, self-esteem female character…
It's correctly written and I don't have anything to say about the style. 
But come on… Women already have a lot of insecurities. Even if you want to create a plot in the mafia or to show the drug field, can you not make them addict and with low moral? 
I read to entertain myself not to get depressed or exercise my eyes with too much rolling.
Definitively, not a good story for me. :-(

No comments:

Post a Comment

Blog Archive