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About the Book:
Lana and Val are best friends who both have bad luck with men, until they finally meet someone. For Lana, it's her hot new boss, Leo. For single mother Val, she meets sexy detective, Travis, through an unfortunate situation. When Leo suddenly ends the affair, Lana plays a dangerous game of cat and mouse to find out why. Val must decide whether to stand by her friend or follow the law. Will Lana's actions tear them apart or can their relationship survive?
My Review: 4/5
I don’t know what some of reviewers expected, as this is a contemporary erotica novella, but I’m glad I gave this series a shot! Sure, at first I didn’t expect to get as invested in the characters as I did, being that its only 102 pages long. That being said, I was blown away by the amount of action, drama and quite a few steamy scenes that was jam packed in Closure or Ammo.
Lana and Val are best friends who both try to find love in the adult world. They are both very sassy and headstrong which make it difficult for them to find love. Lana works in ad marketing while Val makes jewelry from home and is busy co-parenting her son Little Dre. Not to mention they both have some scary skeletons in the closet..
I think the author perfectly captured what working a 9-5 vs. working at home and raising a child, whilst trying to find love is like for women—its tough but so worth the wait! The characters were all well developed (for the length especially) and I loved the back and forth banter between Val and Travis. This is definitely not a series to miss. Needless to say, I’m already starting on the second book because I need to know what happens next!
About the Author: Sharryn Dotson was born in Detroit and raised in Southfield, Michigan. She earned her bachelor's in journalism from Wayne State University in Detroit and has worked as a newspaper reporter, TV associate producer and magazine editor. Sharryn now lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with her husband and two children.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for writing a review. I was not obligated to give a positive review, and all thoughts are my own.