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Quirky, intrepid female bounty hunter is back in the saddle! Wonderful! 19 mai 2014
Par J Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Dallas's intrepid female bounty hunter, Luca Bennett, is back in another adventure. Fantastic! Between her many friends and lovers, her interesting family, her fly by the seat of her pants lifestyle, and a whole host of detractors there is rarely a dull moment. Wonderful!

Luca hasn't paid her rent in a few months so she needs to get her butt down to the Bail Bond Agency to fill her coffers, which for Luca is an old coffee can. However, it is an ex-lover from last summer and hot Latina lawyer who is back in Dallas needing Luca's assistance for her brother that completely dominates Luca's time. Ronnie Morena paid big bucks for Luca to help her brother, a new detective on the Dallas police force, but this adventure and job is nothing but super major headaches for everyone but especially Luca. It is her sense of loneliness that really touched me. Luca is a puzzle, but she is also mind-boggling!

Jessica Chance was/is Luca's good friend, most consistent sex partner, and often a font of information. She also works for the Dallas police force. In the middle of all manner of chaos and life threatening stuff, Jess is really solid. Plus she can show that side of her in some most heartwarming ways. Luca finds herself inadvertently babysitting a gorgeous adult male husky dog, but it is Jess who helps Luca procure the necessities to properly and adequately take care of Jellybean, whom Luca quickly renames Cash. In fact, it is also Jess who finally cuts right to the heart of the true nature of the off again/on again nature of her relationship with Luca. I really love Jess!

Luca is a rather quirky character, but I think that is a definite plus for this series. Additionally, her really scruffy abode and appearance on occasion makes a definitive statement. This is a tension filled story with some very tender personal scenes that are particularly endearing. It might enrich your story experience, if you read the previous Luca Bennett books, but it isn't essential. From her curiously delightful appearance at her brother's wedding as his best woman, tux and all, to the final confrontation where we once again get to ride shotgun with Luca and her associates, this is one fine story that does not shy away from action-packed scenes but didn’t drown me in them either. Beautifully balanced!

NOTE: This book was provided by Bold Strokes Books for the purpose of a review on <a href="http://www.rainbowbookreviews.com/book-reviews/switchblade-by-carsen-taite-at-bold-strokes-books">Rainbow Book Reviews</a>.
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Fast and furious crime caper with a sizzling romance 22 mai 2014
Par VelvetLounger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Luca Bennett's decision to keep her head down and concentrate on keeping things simple doesn’t last long. As she prepares for her brother’s wedding and her sort of date with Jess, along comes trouble in the shape of her summer fling Ronnie Moreno. At which point her plans for Jess and a quiet life go up in smoke.

On the one hand she keeps trying to stick to being a bounty hunter, on the other her curiosity and loyalty keep on pushing her detective buttons. Luca finds herself on the wrong side of the whole police department for one thing. And with 2 exes hanging around things are getting way too complicated. When Jess gives her an ultimatum Luca’s choices seem very stark, will she chose right or wrong and what will she lose in the balance?

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Book 3 of the Luca Bennett series and another great example of the lesbian crime/American PI genre. Luca still has a huge chip on her shoulder, is still a total bad-ass and still wants to go charging off like a bull in the proverbial. But she can no longer deny her feelings and her burgeoning desire for the “happy ever after” everybody else seems to be finding.

In this story we see Luca getting caught up between trying to find out why Ronnie’s brother has been apparently used by a scapegoat, and trying to find a way to make something work between her and Jess. The plot thickens with Ronnie back on the scene, Diamond in the shadows and Nancy asking for more. The only uncomplicated thing in Luca’s world is Cash.

Here we are moving away from the pure American PI as Luca’s emotions get the better of her. Will she fight to hold on to the bad-ass persona, or let her feelings out? Will she have the courage to admit how she feels.. and will Jess reciprocate? As we delve further into the psyche of the proverbially damaged detective we can but wonder how long Jess’s patience will last.

The plot is fast and furious as always. New baddies, new allies and a great tying together of new plots with old enemies. Somebody always gets shot.. it’s just a toss up who and how badly.

I think this is my favorite of the three, definitely on my re-read list and here’s hoping Ms Taite keeps them coming.
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Highly entertaining 6 mai 2014
Par pippa1847 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Fitting comfortably into the noir PI character fold, bounty hunter Luca Bennett, is a lively creation. Sitting comfortable in the safety of my own home, I’m happy to go on reckless investigations with her through Taite’s entertaining plotting. Taite has written a cast of characters befitting the genre, from the detective girlfriend to the archenemies also on the force. This kept me enthralled for the duration. I found it hard to put the book down and highly recommend it. It’s a fun read.
mat 9 juillet 2014
Par Nejla J. Matthews - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great book, looking forward to the next story between the cop and the bounty hunter! Keep the the lawyers in as well that was a great touch! Loved it!
Flawed main character 7 juillet 2014
Par Anne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I had not read the previous 2 books in this series, but feel this stands alone pretty well despite some confusion at the beginning were Jess is referred to as Luca's best friend, then f*** buddy. It's also unclear whether Luca is legally a bounty hunter AND a PI or just a bounty hunter.

The story starts off with Lucas bringing in a couple of bounties (and getting a dog during one) then gets caught up with a former lover and her brother (a cop) who's been arrested for setting up fake drug busts. Jess (a cop) ends up getting involved.

I thought the story was decent and the characters fairly likable but:

1. I immediately knew who one of the bad guys was and can't believe Luca didn't because she used to be a cop and is the friend of many.
2. I'm kind of tired of the flawed PI with the drinking, wenching (even if it's f/f here), gambling and living pay check to paycheck.

At the end of the story, Luca is set up for a change in her life and I'm mildly curious to see if it really happens or if she's going to continue drifting.

I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
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