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Prison

Prison

By Toni V. Lee
Published by WestBow Press

Average Blogger Rating: 3.3 Stars

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On 3/15 Jacqueline Raine wrote: Being a detective can be hard work, especially when you have the most aggravating, and hottest man alive making it his life mission to push every and last nerve you have. Of course Sonja would never admit it but she thinks he's the best thing since sliced bread. Little does Sonja know is that Max is ... Prison by Toni V. Lee

Jacqueline Raine's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/15 Author S.D. Johnson wrote: I love getting books from Book Look, but I must say that I had such a hesitation to read this one. I normally don’t read cop dramas or detective novels but I made it through this one. This was an entertaining story of Sonja and Max, both are cops and they are set to find out how to bring down a drug ... Not My Genre But A Good Read

Author S.D. Johnson's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/26 Debbie wrote: I received this book from BookLook in exchange for a review. I have not been paid to write a review positive or negative. Sonja Grey, a narcotics detective, and her nemesis, Max Trent, are handpicked to go undercover to capture a thug—Johnny Stone, aka Rock—who’s dealing drugs at Sonja’s church. ... Prison

Debbie's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/5 Jennifer McGrail wrote: I really wanted to like this book.  The plot sounded so interesting:  Sonja Grey and Max Trent are narcotics detectives who are chosen to go undercover to capture a "thug" who is dealing drugs at Sonja's church.  Promising mystery, suspense, and romance, it was indeed the makings of a ... Prison, by Toni V Lee

Jennifer's Rating:

1 Stars

On 11/7 Flawed But Forgiven wrote: PRISON by Toni V. Lee was not what you would expect by the title. Toni weaves a story of a couple of police undercover detectives that is suspenseful, intriguing and romantic rolled into one. Sonja Grey is a strong independent woman who hides her profession from her close friends and church family. Max ... THE BUSINESS AT CHURCH

Flawed But Forgiven's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/6 Karin Beery wrote: This book has potential, but it falls short. The main characters are flat and immature - they're supposed to be detectives with the police, but the way they approach their attraction to each feels more like inexperienced high schoolers than adults. Their skills as police are also very inexperienced. ... Immature & under-developed; hard to get into

Karin's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/2 Vanessa wrote: I really don't enjoy writing bad reviews, and if I wasn't a BookLook Blogger, I would have skipped doing one all together. I just could not get into this book! I was so upset about the ending of this story as well. The title Prison fit this book to a T I think. Sorry but I skimmed through this I just ... Prison

Vanessa's Rating:

1 Stars

On 9/28 Kelly F Barr wrote: Sonja Grey, a narcotics detective, and her nemesis, Max Trent, are handpicked to go undercover to capture a thug—Johnny Stone, aka Rock—who’s dealing drugs at Sonja’s church. Their operation is unwittingly aided by the interference of Sonja’s eccentric aunties. For Max, this assignment has ... Prison by Toni V. Lee

Kelly F Barr's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/29 Becky Dempsey wrote: Sonja Grey and Max Trent are narcotics detectives and Max always gets on Sonja's nerves, so when their Sergeant pairs them up for an undercover  drug operations, things could get a little tense.  It isn't a normal stake out, either.  It's going down at Sonja's church. Will they get their ... Book Review: "Prison" by Toni V. Lee

Becky's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/18 lheintzelman wrote: Prison by Toni V. Lee was an interesting read. I enjoyed the interaction between the hero and heroine and could totally understand the dialogue in spite of the cultural and racial differences between the characters and myself. Set in my home town, it was neat to read about towns that I know so much about. Undercover ... Book Review ** Prison by Toni V. Lee

lheintzelman's Rating:

4 Stars