Tuesday, March 11

Review: Trouble in Tampa by Nicole Williams

Title: Trouble in Tampa
By: Nicole Williams
Series: Great Exploitations #3
My Copy: Ebook from Amazon
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When it comes to trouble, Eve’s used to showing plenty of it to her Targets, but when she’s assigned a new Errand, the roles become reversed. Rob Tucker is the kind of man who raises every red flag in a woman. He reminds Eve that some Clients aren’t just looking for freedom from their husbands—they’re trying to save their lives. She’s worked domestic violence Errands before, but this one’s . . . different. 

When a seemingly quick and simple job turns into the complete opposite, Eve finds herself juggling two of the most difficult Errands of her career. 

How far will she go to see both through to completion?

Nicole Williams is an incredible author each and every time that I have a chance to read one of her stories this is beyond evident. The Great Exploitations series is full of the most girl power books I have every read. With each mission for Eve I find just one more addition to the world of man scum. I am very intrigued by Eve's character, but I see the plot unfolding with the addition of Henry. Unfortunately, these installments are the in short story version, and it is beginning to become pretty costly. I love these powerful adventures, but at 2.99 a pop one will begin to question whether they are truly worth the price. 

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