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Big Girls Don't Cry by Taylor Lee
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Jun 12, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery, romance
Read from June 10 to 11, 2012

I received a free Kindle download of "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Taylor Lee through the Free Par-Tray Home.

This is a edgy mystery thriller with action and romance.Lexie a sixteen year old got a job at a bar as a pole dancer/stripper after coming from a seeded past.Her brother Sergeant Anthony Beloi, Special Forces, US Army, has been looking for his sister for the past six years.When he finds her he removes her from this bad environment and takes her to a house where the owner, Wan Li, a master martial artist, who once saved his life, has agreed to let her stay until she is old enough to be on her own.Anthony was trained by Wan Li and now Lexie will receive her training in martial arts.After ten years of training, Master Wan makes Lexie a full partner in the business.Anthony decides not to re-enlist after eight years, choosing instead to join the Yuma Police Department,working undercover and where he will be closer to his sister.But then everything changes...Anthony was found dead on the base.Special Agent Jake Gardner, Army CID, comes to break the news.Both Jake and Lexie wanted to settle the score.Who could have brutally killed him brother and why? And then the saga starts.

I really enjoyed reading this romantic suspense. Both characters Jake and Lexie were strong, and I was glued to the novel right from the beginning.If anyone could figure out what happened they could.

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