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Friday, January 25

Review: ‘Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy by Leslie Langtry

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Title: ‘Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy

By: Leslie Langtry

Series: Bombay Assassins Series Book 1

My Copy: Ebook from Amazon

BookWhisperer Rating:

three books

YOU CAN'T PICK YOUR FAMILY...
Death by Chocolate is her favorite dessert. And those knitting needles aren't just for craft projects. To most people, Gin Bombay is an ordinary single mom. Then again, they don't know she's from a family of top secret assassins. Somewhere between leading a Girl Scout troop for her kindergartner--would nooses count for a knot badge?--and keeping their puppy from destroying the furniture, Gin now has to take out a new target.

BUT YOU CAN PICK THEM OFF
Except this target has an incredibly hot Australian bodyguard who knows just how to make her weak in the knees. But with a mole threatening to expose everything, Gin doesn't have much time to let her hormones do the happy dance. She's got to find the leak and clear her assignment...or she'll end up next on the Bombay family hit list.

our thoughts Fun Story! Gin is your average woman, or at least as average as a single widowed mother can be. Oh and the fact that she just happens to be a member of The Bombay family; a long and legendary league of assassins. While not your typical assassin she pays her dues in hope that she will live to see another day. I was expecting something far different than what I found in these pages. Gin is quite the black sheep, and would love nothing more than to retire from the life of an assassin. Though she is well aware that there is only one way to retire from this particular line of work, and it requires a resting place six feet under or with the fishes take your pick. The story is overall a very fast and easy read. I would love to say that it concluded without a hitch, but it was slightly lacking in character development and detail. As the romance moves forward in the story it seemed to be rushed and undeveloped. This is definitely a story that readers will follow leisurely.

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