I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Red Hot Liar by Noire
on December 30, 2014
Pages: 288 pages
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She's an heiress to a mega-fortune. But expert con-mami Mink LaRue will have to go beyond the top of her game to win the biggest hustle of all. . .
Now that Mink has pushed her way to the front of the line to capture the Dominion family's oil billions, her life has become a luxurious whirl of easy money, fine whips, and sparkling jewels. But she'll need to come out of a whole new trick bag in order to throw shade on her sizzling swerve with Suge, her uncle-by-marriage only. Meanwhile, Suge is going toe-to-toe with the Dominion's oldest adversary, whose shameless mudslinging could cast dirt on their family name and ruin their good fortune forever. His chosen ally is a gorgeous ex-girlfriend--a woman Mink will need her every conniving wile to out-score. But scandalous secrets that could change con-mami Mink's life forever are just about to boil over. . .
You would think after now hitting the biggest con of them all would make Mink LaRue sit back and just stop with the lies and scams. She is now part of the Dominion family for real and reaping the rewards of being an heir to the Dominion fortune. Why is it that Mink is still up to some of her old tricks? Meanwhile Gutta is still out to get to get Mink, so she’s got to be careful about not letting her past catch up with her because it could ultimately destroy everything that she has going on.
Suge is trying to stop an old enemy trying to destroy the Dominion family name and fortune. The relationship between Suge and Mink is just as steamy as ever, but Mink isn’t liking the fact that Suge is in cahoots with his ex-girlfriend. How far is Suge willing to go to make sure the Dominion family fortune stays in tack? What tricks does Mink have up her sleeve for his ex?
Red Hot Liar by Noire is the 4th installment of the Misadventures of Mink LaRue series. In the previous books, author Noire has focused on Mink as being the leading character, but this time Mink seemed more of a supporting character, since she focused on other characters such as Viceroy, Barron and Uncle Suge. This was a disappointment for me since the series is supposed to be about Mink, thus ‘The Misadventures of Mink LaRue’ not everyone else.
It was a slow read and all this installment did was lead to more questions that have been left unanswered. Which leads to a 5th installment that will be released later this year, unfortunately, I will not be reading it because I am tired of authors dragging out a series, instead of working on new material.
Red Hot Liar was an okay book at best.
Reviewed by: Leona R.