Title: The Lost Girls: Selling Out
Author: Amber Lin
Publisher: Loose Id
Review Rating: 3.5 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Blurb; Shelly Laurent escapes her life as a high-class escort, but against her better judgment she takes the scared young Ella with her. Framed for murder by her pimp and his dirty cops in retaliation, Shelly turns to the one man who could be her salvation: Detective Luke Cameron. She doesn’t know if she can trust him or if he’s just a mirage, but it's time for her to take a stand. Just one shot, make it count, she’ll fight Ella’s demons—and face her own.
Shelly throws light on the shadows of Chicago’s underworld, challenging everything she knew and the man she’s come to love. Together, a prostitute and a cop fight for truth stronger than secrets, hope deeper than deception, and a bond more enduring than betrayal
Review: This book was one hell of a ride. Very well written and the characters were very well developed! It had some darker moments and I did have some trouble getting into it at some parts, but I think that has more to do with me and this not being my usual hearts and flowers type of book. The author did an amazing job of creating characters that you really wanted to read about. I know that kinda contradicts my previous statement but it is what it is. I did enjoy it and I would recommend this to readers who are more interested in the darker romance genres.
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