Hard Trigger

Hard Trigger

by S.L. Hannah

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161992876
Publisher: The Adventures of Hannah Concept Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 798,455
File size: 789 KB

About the Author

S.L. Hannah was born in Poland, grew up in Canada, and moved to Southern California to pursue her love of single-engine airplanes. Her latest, Hard Trigger, will be published on August 28th, 2018. “Adopted into Mexico’s ruling class, burdened by a violent past, Victoria seeks revenge to stop the flow of opiates that are killing her mother–but she must spill the blood of her lover’s family to do it.” Readers are calling the book “badass and brilliant”. S.L. Hannah lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and garden of succulents. When she’s not writing fiction, she continues to solve the aviation problems of the world.

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Hard Trigger 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
UpAllNightBB More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars Review by Amy W. Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog S.L. Hannah had me drooling with this cover. After reading the blurb for Hard Trigger, I was intrigued. Victoria and Diego are separated by their families and actions of those around them. Their thoughts of love are left behind, until they meet again. The passion burns hot between them still, but they are on different sides of a war neither started. The story itself was intriguing, the writing well done. But there was something missing that had me not quite connecting with these characters. I think that more depth to the characters and possibly extending into a longer novel would allow for the connection to the reader to be made. Overall I enjoyed the role reversal and the potential that the story has.
fantasylandblog More than 1 year ago
I wanted to give this story more stars I really did. But I felt I was missing something. I felt like I walked into the middle of this story and couldn't figure out what I was missing. I even went looking for another book thinking I was missing a first or prequel that went with this story. Nope, nothing. So I did read this book but I didn't enjoy it as much as I think I would have if I didn't have that feeling.
ahlewis32 More than 1 year ago
Hard Trigger is not your ordinary romance. Far, far from it. Centered around the Mexican drug trade, it tells the story of Victoria, a woman who has chosen to enter the dangerous world of her stepfather's drug business. When she discovers her father was murdered by a childhood friend's uncle, head of a rival family's drug cartel, she does everything she can to get her vengeance, even when that vengeance could cost her the only man she's ever loved. It's a very violent and graphic book, about a very violent and unforgiving business that ravages everyone who enters it's path. There are no knights on white horses or shining Navy SEALS here and the HEA many or may not be happy. Victoria is a once naive girl who learns terrible secrets about her family, her childhood friend Diego's family, and her stepfather's family. Those secrets drive her to terrible acts. Her single minded desire for revenge could cost her everything she loves, wants, and needs, including her life. That theme drives the story to it's ending and keeps the reader guessing as to what will happen next. The romance part is well done. Victoria and Diego at first seem like ships that are thrown into the same storm, spending short bursts of time together only to be pulled apart and a wall of hate built between them. Despite all the powers that try to tear them apart, they keep finding ways to be together and their feeling don't change. This is not a book to read for a pleasant afternoon at the beach. It's violent, blunt, and could hit home with some people. But it's also one of best written independently published romance novels I've read in years. S.L. Hannah is a storyteller, and she's telling a hell of a story here.