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Make It Hurt (Texas Bounty)

by Jackie Ashenden

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Nora Sutcliffe is a tough bounty hunter who always gets her target. She has had to prove her strength and fearlessness consistently in her line of work as she is often underestimated. No one has been able to rattle her. That is, until she goes to pick up her target who skipped his court date at a bar that is infiltrated by a Motorcycle Club. Her target is the Vice President and she has to convince the MC President to let her do her job. The only problem is that the President happens to be her only ex-boyfriend, Smith.

Smith has come a long, hard way since he last saw or heard from Nora. He was working on her wealthy family's pool house when he was distracted by her. He has had a grudge since their breakup and has since joined the military, then the Ministry (Motorcycle Club), where he has recently become President. Not only does he have to make his mark as President, but now he has to battle the one person who has sparked his rage for the last 8 years.

The first 20% of the book was fast-paced and switched perspectives from Nora and Smith. The alternating perspectives worked for the most part, except when the characters would argue with their own selves. There would be dialogue, then a character's thinking, which would be interrupted by it's own thinking in italics. It seemed like the author was going for the angel on one shoulder, devil on the other concept, but I found it to be distracting.

Along with the distracting perspectives, I also found Nora (and Smith for that matter) to be one-dimensional. Instead of working out their issues and finding a compromise that they can work towards, Nora and Smith spend most of the book rehashing the breakup. Over. And. Over. It was beyond redundant. Additionally, I found Nora to be irritatingly immature. There were a few scenes where she and Smith were heating things up and working out their past and she would suddenly change courses (by a thought in italics as discussed earlier) and decide to be cold and distant. Smith was greedy and disrespectful, especially in regards to Nora. He made promises he did not have intentions of keeping in order to benefit himself. He also coerced Nora into having sex with him in order for him to work with her on this job.

In conclusion, this book was only 2 out of 5 stars for me because it lacked depth. While it was not completely boring, it was unbelievable. ****SPOILER ALERT****For example: after 2 nights of sex, Smith asks Nora to move in with him. He did not like her apartment and even wanted her to quit her job because he could provide for her.

Warning: This book does contain foul language, sexually graphic scenes, and gun violence.

Please note: an electronic copy of this book was generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley. ( )
  JanJanFreeman | Nov 7, 2016 |
Nora is a bounty hunter who finds herself up close and personal to a motorcycle club president she loved during her younger days. The chemistry and love between the two is still alive, and it's interesting to see how these two lonely souls reunite despite limited trust. ( )
  ebrahmstadt | Oct 2, 2016 |
I loved this one, great fun.
Nora Is a fugitive recovery agent and her next skip is in an MC and he's called Dust. What she doesn't expect when she gets there, is to see someone she had a affair with eight years ago, Smith. He's now the president of the MC. Seeing Smith is not what she planned. How's she going to work this one out?
Eight years and Smith still couldn't resist her. He's mad as hell still as she just up left him with out talking it out. So now Smith thinks, " Mmm, she wants something...but so do I".
There's lots of arrangements and give and take going on that have the pages smoking, Smith sure had a dirty mouth.
I'm looking forward to more Texas Bounty. ( )
  JulieD2 | Sep 12, 2016 |
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