Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Book review: The Hitwoman Hunts a Ghost (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman) by J.B. Lynn
Bumbling hitwoman Maggie Lee has discovered the sister she thought was dead might be alive. She’s desperate to find her, but all of her bosses are making unreasonable demands. Demands she can’t afford not to meet.
Once again, Delveccio, the chocolate pudding loving mob boss, needs someone whacked.
Her obnoxious boss at her day job insists she intervene on his behalf with her semi-psychic friend, Armani.
And the mysterious organization with the power to put her almost-lover Patrick behind bars has saddled her with an annoying new partner and sent her on a mission that has gone to the dogs.
With the clock ticking, Maggie (along with her snarky lizard, dyslexic Doberman and Southern belle cat) does her best to pull off every job without winding up in jail or dead…but is her best good enough?
OMG if you have not tried this series yet why not! The Hitwoman Hunts a Ghost is the latest installment of Hitwoman series by JB Lynn. If you like some funny with your paranormal romance and maybe a thrill or two this might be a good series for you to try. The series follows Maggie Lee as she falls into a unwanted career as a hitwoman. No matter what she does she can't get out of her not fun career. A car accident at the beginning of the series makes it possible for her to talk to animals which comes in handy when your trying to kill someone and in this book when you're trying to find a dog named Ghost for a shady woman that is blackmailing you. This book like the others is a great mixture of funny commentary, a sexy cop/hitman ( Patrick) and someone getting taken out, literally. I'm always pulled through the story from cover to cover not knowing at all what's coming. I never find the story predictable and there are always interesting twist and turns and a cliff hanger i just know is coming. Exciting from cover to cover what else could you ask for?
Find out more about this book and this series as well as the author JB Lynn here www.jblynn.com