Wrong Question, Right Answer
As a member of the Bourbon Street Boys private security firm, Antoinette “Toni” Delacourte is one strong woman, but despite her reputation for being tough as nails, she is haunted by her past mistakes. Now they’re catching up to her, and throwing her for a loop.
Ten years ago, Toni kissed Lucky, her brother’s best friend. Worried it would break apart the group she’d come to...more
I loved the first two books in this series. Actually, I believe I’ve loved every single book I’ve read of Elle’s. I have to say that I believe this book is completely different then the first two of the series. The humor is still there, the wonderful characters, but I’ve said before ...more
Toni in the first two books was pretty prickly, she didn't like either one of the girls because..well they kinda did act like air heads. (The first one was so very fun.)
With this book we are finally going to find out some of her secrets about why she is so closed off.
*Maybe kinda spoilery-but it's told towards the beginning of the book.*
Toni had been in an abusive relationship and ...more
Ever since May landed on the scene, surprising all of the Bourbon Street Team with her unorthodox, yet effective talents - in particular, hog-tying the disapproving Toni - I’ve been waiting for Toni’s story.
It’s been slowly revealed over the past two books that Toni had a dark history that included an abusive relationship and prison time. In Wrong Question, Right Answer, we got to see all of ...more
Original review can be found at Booknest.
I wasn’t sure I’d like this book as much as the first two in the series, because the main character was someone I didn’t think was as endearing in the first half of the series.
But I was wrong. This book was just as sweet and funny as the first two, but with a surprising amount of depth and tough, real-life scenarios thrown in.
Toni, our narrator and protagonist for this particular story, is nothing like the two sisters who were her ...more
I must say that I was a little skeptical about diving into this book. (Elle Casey, why did I doubt you?) I have read the previous two books in the series, and Toni was never my favorite. This book had been chilling on my kindle for about 2 weeks before I decided to just give it a shot.
Antoinette Delacourte. Toni. Criminal gone Bourbon Street Boys. Damaged yet a total #bossassbish.
We first see Toni waiting for the gang in the bar, when she is approached by a “Skip.” And I just knew she ...more
This is Book Three in the Bourbon Street Boys Series.
Toni Delacourte has the exclusive narrative voice in this installment. I have not read the first or second book in this series. Toni starts out to be a tough cookie in the beginning of this book. She has shot her former ex Charlie five times in the chest. It is mentioned many times in this book as she r eflects back talking to Charlie. I thought there would be more activity with the Bourbon Street Boy ...more
Wow. Just. No. This chickie right here reminded me why I stopped reading m/f. This bitch is nuts. Definition of too-stupid-to-live. If not for glimpses of characters I liked from the first book I would have to give ...more
Wrong Question, Right Answer was an OK read.
I was so looking forward to this book, but I failed to connect with Toni's character and as much as I loved Lucky it did affect my overall enjoyment.
Thank you Montlake Romance via Netgalley for the advance copy.
Ok...confession time. I didn't really pay attention to the fact that this was the third installment to a series when I picked this up. I honestly read the blurb and was intrigued enough to want to read it. I'm not a huge fan of reading installments out of order. Mainly because I usually feel at least a little left out when the author references couples from the previous books and I have NO IDEA what that chemistry is or how cool it may be in relation to the current book I'm re ...more
I have a love-hate relationship with Elle Casey novels, some I adore and others I loathe - no middle ground. Until now ...
Much like the heroine Toni, I am flip-flopping about this review but I have finally decided.
May and Jenny are too irritating for words. Thank goodness my country doesn't allow us to carry guns because if it did I would have shot both of them, multiple times. They went well beyo ...more
I am seriously loving this series. I read the first two books back to back then had to wait for this one and I thought I would have forgotten a lot of the characters and I wasn’t super excited to start reading this once I got it but I sat down knowing I had been hanging out for it and within pages I was lost to the perfect writing.
Not the perfect characters because of all the characters in this series these two were by far the most broken and we had sort of explored that in the previous books bu ...more
Toni and Lucky have known each other all their lives and even had ‘something’ when they were teens until Toni got lured into a relationship with a guy that was all kinds of wrong for her. We all have those rebellious moments in life right? Unf ...more
Toni was such a mystery in the first two books, she kept to herself, was broody and had a "back-off" vibe to her. She became part of the group after being released from a three year stint in prison for manslaughter. She had killed her abusive boyf ...more
I really enjoyed Lucky and Toni's book. After feeling slightly disappointed in the last book, I went into this one with hoping it would be as good as the first one and it was....whoo hoo!!!
Now I will admit that Toni can be quite a frustrating character as she can come across as a cold hearted bitch most of the time. However she has had a hard life and she is entirely justified with the way she is in my opinion. I could not help but feel for her. ...more
Unfortunately, I really didn't care for this book. My dislike of it was so strong that it took me three days to read it, and that's way too long for me!
My first major problem was with Toni. For the first two books, she's a "Take No Prisoners" kick butt kind of woman, but this book she's so st ...more
Ten years ago, Toni kissed Lucky, her brother’s best friend. Worried it would break apart the group she’d come to see as family, she walked away—straight into the arms of Charlie, and an abusive relationship.
For the past decade she’s trie ...more
So it was wonderful to find out what makes her tick. She has a soft side but doesn't feel she is worthy of the affection. Although the plot was somewhat predictable, the friends to lovers trope never gets old. Lucky and Toni wer ...more