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Friday, August 7

Blog Tour Review: Cadillac Payback by AJ Elmore


Cadillac Payback
An old Cadillac and a gun are all she has left of her brother. Three men stand ready to follow her into the darkest pits of hell to avenge him. The Cadillac leads them down a swamp road lined with ghosts, consequence and the tangled web of business and pleasure, into the underbelly of New Orleans crime as she fights for vengeance for her brother.
Joshua was just a rookie, a kid caught up in a drug ring. It’s fun and dangerous, all easy, until it kills his best friend and drags what’s left of his companions into a war. All he knows is he would walk into hell with her, and she might ask before it’s over…
Isaiah thought he’d seen everything—but watching Charlie die tore the world apart. The regime is changing, and with the new leader come more questions than answers. He was Charlie’s right hand, but what will he be to her?
Frederick came up on the streets, learned fast and hard and dirty. His past has always been a sticking point for the group, but one person has never questioned him, and he’ll do anything for her…
Maria never wanted to take over Charlie’s operation. But with her brother dead, and vengeance the only thing she has left, she makes her first decision: drag Charlie’s killers down.

It might just be her last.
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Aj Elmore Bio:
Aj is a beach migrant, and part-time muse. She enjoys the exploration of genres vast, and the search for untold worlds. A writer-for-fun since childhood, she has also been known to be a super hero, a gun slinger, and occasionally, a waitress. She lives on an island, has a bachelor's degree in journalism and some tattoos. She is most easily found at the water's edge.
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Thoughts from The BookWhisperer
Wow! Just Wow! This was much more than a love triangle. Maria is a wolf in sheeps clothing, and the wolf is out to play after the death of her brother. This woman is the picture of a woman scorned, and let's just say that I would not like to tussle with her. This story takes you into the dark and dangerous world of drug and money. Readers will get caught up in this life of living by the minute, and anxiously await just where we are being taken. More importantly, in a world with Isaac, Joshua, Frederick it will also beg the question with whom will we find ourselves in the end, or if anyone will come out unscathed. The suspense is high, and the darkness is ever growing as the story builds. This is a fresh new twist of a story, and quite good for entertainment. 

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