Friday, 29 November 2013

Review: Risky by Jo Davis

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Torn Between Two Lovers #2
Jo Davis
Publisher: Penguin Intermix
Publication date: 19th November 2013

So when we left Anna Claire at the end of the first book Raw she was sunning herself in Aruba after fleeing New York when she realised that the man in her bed Grayson James is actually an undercover FBI agent who has been investigating her involvement in a suspected drugs trafficking ring. Anna had just been approached by the wealthy and gorgeous casino mogul Joaquin Delacruz.

Risky the second book in the trilogy is pretty much Joaquin's book, a reformed bad boy he's charming, ruthless and is the sworn enemy of Grayson. A former drugs lord (his brother was arrested as part of Grayson's investigation) he's honest with Anna right from the outset about his past and literally sweeps her off her feet. Joaquin has decided he wants to go legit and he wants Anna by his side but he still has his enemies and Anna ends up in the crossfire.

I love the idea that the reader can decide if they are #TeamGrayson or #TeamJoaquin and vote on who they think Anna should choose. I had to write a pros and cons list to help me decide! Here's what I have so far- Grayson is the good guy, the hero who wants to put the bad guys behind bars although he did lie to Anna it was to rule her out of the investigation and protect her but can she ever forgive him? On the other hand we have Joaquin who's upfront about his past and wants to go legit but can Anna ignore the fact he was a dangerous and ruthless drugs lord? Decisions, decisions!

Since I always love a bad boy I'm firmly on #Team Joaquin but I hope that Grayson does get his HEA too. I can't wait to see what the public decides (you can vote here), the final book in the trilogy Rewarded will be released in February 2014.

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