Locked and Loaded
Christina Parker agreed to go to work for the BN because she thought it would keep her and her loved ones safe. But the BN's training facility is more like a prison than a school, and rumors about her illicit relationship with an IMA assassin make assimilation difficult - if not impossible. At... show more
Christina Parker agreed to go to work for the BN because she thought it would keep her and her loved ones safe. But the BN's training facility is more like a prison than a school, and rumors about her illicit relationship with an IMA assassin make assimilation difficult - if not impossible.
At the same time, Michael Boutilier has his hands full trying to deal with his psychotic boss's latest sick and sordid plan to broaden his sphere of influence...through social media.
In this age of six degrees of separation, their problems might be more connected than they think...
Publish date: 2013-10-19
Pages no: 225
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
, New Adult
Series: The IMA (#3)
“I can take care of myself,” I said hotly.“Darlin, you don't even know how to pleasure yourself.” Yes! So many times yes! Christina and Michael are back! I'm just going to pretend I'm not going on full fangirl-mode right now, so bear with me.The second book in the IMA series was a bit of a let down....
Can't say that I like Michael more after this book, I can see why Cristina is in love with him. They have a sick attachment to each other because of everything they have gone through together. I don't know if they will ever have a healthy relationship, Michael is so very damage and at times I felt t...
I still don't like Micheal and I don't see how Michael is supposed to be super cool assassin, he doesn't spend his time sweating in a gym or/and practicing some martial art, he drinks and eats unhealthy food and yet he is fit. Christine is much more real and more likeable, though she sometimes has h...
Review to come
One of the things I love about Campbell's writing is that she keeps the pace up without bogging it down with navel-gazing prose or "poetic" asides. While these books (and their characters) may be too gritty for some (or many, let's be honest here), the IMA series is worth your while if you like your...