The Boys Club by Angie Martin

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The Boys Club

Genre: M/F, Suspense, Romance

Synopsis:

Growing up a homeless juvenile delinquent left its mark on Gabriel Logan. He lived a throwaway existence until a former FBI agent recruited him for a fringe organization for boys like him, ones who could operate outside the law for the sake of justice. As an adult, he sets an example for the others and is slated to take over their group, until his work results in the murder of his pregnant wife.

Going through the motions of everyday life, Logan does only what’s required of him with one goal in mind: kill Hugh Langston, the man responsible for his wife’s death. When he’s handed the opportunity to bring Langston down, he jumps at the chance, but the job will challenge him more than anything in the past. Not only does he have to save Langston’s daughter from her father’s hit list, but the job seems to have come to them a little too easily. Logan must find a way to not only rescue the one woman who can take down his biggest enemy, but also look into the men he trusts most to discover which one of them is betraying The Boys Club.

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My Review: 5/5 Stars

 OMG, this was one of those books that kept you guesses who the bad guy was and when you found out who it is you screamed no!

Gabe Logan was in and out of foster homes since he was four. When he was thirteen, he ran away from his latest home to live on the streets. For two years he did ok, until one B&E went wrong. He landed himself in jail, until his Guardian Angel came to save him. For the past sixteen years Logan has been working for The Boys Club doing good things. Until he crossed the wrong criminal. Loosing his wife and unborn child, Logan was lost. Two years after the death of his family, his company gets a job. Hugh Langston has put a hit out on his daughter, and Logan is sent to rescue her. He is weary of the assignment from the start, but will do anything to keep Sara alive.

Sara is the prodigal daughter of Hugh Langston. Unbeknownst to her, she has stumbled upon something she should not have, that may very well cost Sara her life. The day before she is supposed to marry her fiancé she is kidnapped. At first she thought the things Logan told her about her father and fiancé were untrue until she had time to think about. The information she knows can put her father away for a long time. Logan just needs to get her into the hands of the FBI.

With a leak in The Boys Club, will Logan get Sara to the FBI in time or will the mole get to them before the can.

As I said in the beginning OMG. This book is action packed and will have you turning the page to find out what will happen next. I can’t wait to read more from Angie and I hope she writes more about Gabe and Sara.

Buy Links:
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Author’s Bio:

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I live in Overland Park, Kansas with my husband, two cats, and beloved dog. I grew up in Wichita, Kansas and have lived all over the United States. My entire life has revolved around imaginary worlds contained within the covers of a book. My aunt introduced me to Stephen King and a little book called Christine in eighth grade, and my life was never the same.

My debut suspense novel, “False Security” (romantic suspense) was re-released in October 2013. “Conduit” (an award-winning psychological thriller with a paranormal twist) was released March 5, 2014. I also have a poetry collection that was released in April 2014. “The Boys Club” (romantic suspense) is currently available for pre-order and will be live 12-2-14.

I am hard at work on many projects that I cannot wait to share with all of you!

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*** An ARC copy was given to me for a honest review.

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