Hard Trigger by S.L. Hannah (Review)

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Hard Trigger

by S.L. Hannah

“Your mother’s opiates are coming from Jose Herrera’s distribution network.” My pulse races as my stepfather speaks these words. Because taking on the Herreras also means taking on Diego.
Reckless, and hardened by a volatile past, Victoria does not see a future with Diego Herrera as a realistic option. As their childhood friendship ignites, they find themselves on opposite sides of a bloody feud between the two most powerful families in Mexico City. And she’s a Moreno now—brought up to be the secret weapon nobody suspected.But Victoria can’t deny the attraction. Diego’s commanding muscles, the coarse, dark hair of his solid chest, that rugged scar above his sensuous lips…

Loyalty is in the eye of the beholder.


About the author…

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S.L. Hannah was born in Poland, grew up in Canada, and moved to Southern California to pursue her love of single-engine airplanes. Her latest, Hard Trigger, is an enemies-to-lovers story about a woman that must spill the blood of her lover’s family to stop the flow of opiates that are killing her mother. S.L. Hannah lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and garden of succulents. When she’s not writing fiction, she continues to solve the aviation problems of the world.

Review for Hard Trigger

I had received this book early on as a first draft and finally to a final draft. I must say, the two were incredible reads and complete page turners in their own rights! S.L. Hannah delivers a hardened but willful heroine. She is an individual powerhouse that is to not be messed with. I loved the way she brought her to life and weaved a tale of intrigue and suspense. Her hero, Diego, is the only even match she’s faced. I loved the push and pull these two shared between one another, in and out of the bedroom–or other various places around the house. They were a duo that brought the story to a climatic point and left the reader panting for more.

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