Review: Quickshot by Pippa Jay

Quickshot

Blurb

Sal, a legal carrier (just about) of whatever comes her way, puts her trust in just two things: her guns.

Keeping out from under Imperium eyes—especially those belonging to a certain Ehi Wahu—while making a living, and trying to keep a lover who can tolerate her twitchy trigger fingers, are the extent of her ambitions.

Then a kiss from a passing stranger, and a promise of the biggest score in a long time, tempt her. Devin fulfils more than one need, but he comes with more trouble than one woman can handle. And this time it’ll take more than her guns to save her. She’ll have to trust a man again.

WARNING: for over 18s only. Adult content including sex, bad language, & implied extreme violence.

 

Review

QUICKSHOT is a very exciting and sexy adventure in space.

Sal is a very self-confident woman who doesn’t trust in anyone but herself. She is impulsive and used to calling the shots, but things are about to change when a stranger on the run, with a tempting offer, forced her to trust someone other than herself.

It was a great story, full of action from beginning to end. There is no boring moment here. It was a very entertaining, fast paced, dangerous and extremely hot adventure.

Both characters are very nice. Sal was a very strong character, really interesting and Devin was a very mysterious and captivating man. Both were likable, but I ended the story wanting to know more of them.

The futuristic world created by the author is really pleasant. The plot is not too complex, but for its length, managed to create a very interesting and attractive story.

As for romance, it wasn’t the most endearing relationship I’ve seen, but they had good chemistry, and the moments they spent together were absolutely amazing. It’s refreshing to see a female lead who is able to enjoy her sexuality.

Overall, it was really entertaining, easy to read, and anyone who like sci-fi and strong female characters would be able to enjoy it.
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