Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Review: JAMIE’S GAMBLE by Gregg Bell

At 21-years old, Jamie has run away from her controlling father and will prove to him that she can make it on her own and doesn’t need his Fortune 500 company. Right away her strive for independence and self-reliance was admirable. Reader can sense the fear and tension as she wanders into Texas with a bag harboring little money and a revolver.

When a job offer falls through, Jamie must waitress at a honky tonk bar, where she meets Ricky, a blond fisherman. But something is wrong in Texas. Apparently, someone is killing Mexican prostitutes.

I liked how the book added awareness to the media image played on minorities. It’s amazing how little to no attention we receive.

But Jamie feels it’s her duty to stop the killings, even if it means facing the Texas Ku Klux Klan, who also happens to run the town.

Story is a romance mixed with the politics of injustice and the hunt for a cold-blooded killer. Full of corruption and excitement, this is a well-written, fast-paced tale you’ll enjoy ‘til the end.

My rating: 4 stars


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