Thursday, April 9, 2015

Razor's Mark by Gracie Meadows



Title: Razor’s Mark
Author:  Gracie Meadows
Publisher: JK Publishing
Genre: MF, mystery suspense, Contemporary
Pages: 112
Reviewer: Redz
Buy Link http://www.amazon.com/Way-Out-Hawks-Club-Book-ebook/dp/B00V1IWYYU/ref=pd_sim_kstore_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=1RD1HSTBZ23VQS4AWS9N

Publisher’s Blurb
Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences. Contains language and actions some may deem offensive. Sexually explicit content. MF

In book one of Marked: Jason "Razor" McCoy didn’t want much out of life. He was happy being a tattoo artist and with the occasional hookup, life was good. However, his life comes to a halt when he is notified of his brother's death. As if that wasn't enough, a small woman blows into his life, leaving him no other choice than to think fast on his feet.

Faith Hillman, a computer analyst by trade, does her best to stay below the radar when her job with a high tech computer company puts her life in danger. When her partner and friend goes missing, she risks everything to find the one person who could help her—his brother.

Two people thrown together, each for separate reason, find they must work together toward a common goal. After calling in all their resources, can Razor and Faith avoid being seen and save everyone, or does Faith fall—leaving nothing but Razor's Mark?






Review
I really liked Razor’s Mark by author Gracie Meadows. Razor is a tough as nails tattoo artist. He lives life by his own rules and answers to no one.  His life is changed forever  when Faith stumbles into his life needing his help.  Faith is a computer geek.  She and Razor’s brother have stumbled upon something that has killed Razor’s brother now the bad guys want to kill Faith too. She runs to the one man she is told can help her. Razor though refuses to play by the rules. He soon learns that Faith is a resourceful woman and if he will not take care of her she will take care of herself. I liked that about Faith she might need help but she is far from helpless.  There is a scene at the end of this book I feel is not for everyone. It is vital to the book, and to the story the author handles it beautifully but if you are faint of heart you might not like the violence that is in it. Having said that this book is an action packed read with amazing unforgettable characters. I want more in this series. I want Sparkle’s story and I want Tex to have a story so more please Ms. Meadows you have a fan girl who really cannot wait for more from you. This is the story is amazing on many levels. I loved how Razor learns to open his heart and soul to another. I love Faith she is strong determined and one hell of a lady.  Great characters I will never forget. 

                    Five Shooting stars




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