Monday, October 21, 2019
eARC Book review: The Hitwoman and the Fallen Angel (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman #20) by J.B. Lynn
Available October 25th 2019
eARC Provided by author
Even a good man makes mistakes…
In Maggie Lee’s topsy-turvy world, Angel Delveccio is one of the good guys, but now it seems he’s gotten himself into some trouble. Can Maggie get him out of it?
It’s not like she doesn’t have enough problems of her own. She’s struggling to pacify both the people and pets of her household -- all of whom aren’t shy about voicing their litany of complaints and demands about their new home.
Stretched thin, Maggie attempts to broker familial peace while simultaneously contending with an external threat that revolves around a human skull.
And let’s not forget that a certain mobster has tasked her with keeping his nephew out of hot water.
Can Maggie protect Angel while keeping her family safe and together, or will someone be lost?
Maggie is stretched thin yet again as she deals with her large crazy family. Never a dull moment for Maggie. There always seems to be something going on that requires her immediate attention. Maggie has slowly been growing into herself though and in this book she turns a little take charge girl with her family and the men in her life. Totally kickass! How she juggles everyone and everything in her life i have no idea. I do know i am always totally entertained and drawn in to each one of these stories. JB Lynn makes you care about the characters. Always keeps you guessing at what's going to happen to Maggie next.
Find out more about JB Lynn and this series here www.jblynn.com