Can a woman with her past and secrets ever take a chance on love?
Being a single mom is tough, but Carla doesn’t mind the minivan and the PTA meetings. What does concern her is the random acts of violence striking too close to home.
Has someone discovered her secret alter ego? An assassin for hire, Carla’s done her best to cover her tracks.
Is it enough?
The coach who keeps flirting with her doesn’t appear to suspect that she’s more than she seems; however, when danger threatens, Carla won’t be able to hide the fact that she’s a killer mom.
And she’ll do anything to keep her son safe.
It has it all, romance, suspense, and comedy. First when I read the title I thought it would be more of a contemporary romance but it was a page turner. I couldn’t put it down.55
what a fun story. cute. zippy.55
I must be on an assassin kick. I liked the idea of a group of women/mom assassins, nice fast paced, funny and tough ladies. Will read more!45
The story was interesting and a bit bizarre but I enjoyed it for the most part.45
Fun, fast-paced. True to both suspense and romance genres... with enough humor in the mix to make this a fun (rather than a dark) read.45
A fast paced read. The sex scenes were somewhat graphic but inspiring. Sometimes they can be a turn off by being too crude. I really enjoyed the characters and the storyline. Want to read the rest of the crews stories.55
Sometimes I wonder if Eve Langlais is a factory, like the one in the early 1900s which turned out the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys mysteries, among many others (Bobbsey Twins, Motion Picture Boys, Jack Armstrong, etc.), so prolific is she. But her writing is much better than the Bobbsey Twins—not to mention, hotter. I look forward to reading more from this new series of hers.55