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ARC Review: HIT GIRL by Tia Louise

My finest trick?
Making you think I’ve forgotten...

Names on a list.
Faces in a crowd.
One little girl.

He told me to get over it, let it go.
I can't do that.
I want them to pay.

Every.
Last.
One.

(A STAND-ALONE, second-chance romance.)

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REVIEW


My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Molly had dedicated her life to fixing all of the wrongs that our judicial system couldn’t right. Born out of the pain and devastation she suffered as a youth, her mission was honorable and true in her eyes. Seriously, although I’m a legal professional and I have sworn to uphold the law, there are times when I can totally understand the necessity of vigilantism. But don’t tell anyone ;)

Molly was an incredibly strong female lead who was dealing with her fair share of demons. Thankfully, she had a huge burst of light enter her life in the form of Joshua. Gosh, can we all take a moment and bask in the greatness of this character? He wasn’t a stranger to pain, but he was determined to help those who needed him most. And he was determined to build upon that life with Molly. So what happens when Molly can’t let go of her past in order to have a future with sweet Joshua?

This was a fantastic tale full of suspense and drama. There were some parts where I felt that it would have been beneficial to have read Lara and Mark’s story first, simply because it seemed that that was where this story truly began. However, it didn’t take away from my enjoyment of this one and I didn’t feel lost. The characters already shared an amazing connection from the get-go and the author did an amazing job of building on that. I think one of my favorite things about this story, aside from my deep and abiding love for Joshua, was the fact that the ending was left open, giving me hope that these characters will be making another appearance *fingers crossed*

Release: 03.19.2018 | Romantic Suspense | Dual POV - 1st person | Heat: 3 | Standalone

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