By Janet Evanovich
A novel brimming with nonstop motion, quirky characters, horny highjinks, and sharp humor
Welcome to Full velocity by Janet Evanovich and Charlotte Hughes. You'll fall in love with Jamie speedy and Max Holt, one dynamic duo who can not seem to get away trouble―and an impossible to resist attraction―as you persist with them from one experience to a different.
Newspaper editor Jamie rapid likes a bit predictability in her existence. while she without notice unearths herself minus a fiancé and with a tremendous case of the hots for her silent companion, millionaire Maximillian Holt, any little bit of predictability is going correct out the window. Max is sort of a twister, turning her well-ordered international the wrong way up. Now a persons unsatisfied with Max's fresh enterprise deal―dangerously unsatisfied. sooner than she understands it, Jamie's hotfooting throughout kingdom traces to assist Max and land a narrative. yet candy Pea, Tennessee harbors a few stinky secrets and techniques, lots of which dwell lower than the massive tent of revivalist Harlan Rawlins, whose hyperlink to the Almighty rides shotgun along with his Mob connections.
Posing as husband and spouse, with machine genius Muffin and a mutt named Fleas alongside for the experience, Max and Jamie are in the midst of one other loopy case, nearer than ever to every other―and too shut for convenience to the type of those who will do whatever to prevent them.
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The people were so busy clapping that those around her didn't seem to notice. "I'm here to get my story, Max," she replied. " She smiled and fluttered her long lashes. They were as fake as the cleavage that peeked over her tank top. Funny what a pair of false eyelashes and a good push-up bra could do. " The woman beside Jamie nudged her. Jamie tossed her a dirty look but faced the front once more. Harlan waited until the people sat and grew quiet before speaking again. "I have been on the road for weeks, living out of motel rooms and counting off the days until my return.
He hit a switch, and a motor churned to life. The vehicle climbed upward. Suddenly a light flashed on inside the trailer. Jamie scrambled across the seat and leaned out the driver's window. "Someone's up," she said. Buford glanced toward the mobile home. " Suddenly the trailer door was flung open and Jamie caught the silhouette of a man holding a shotgun. He fired into the air. Jamie ducked. Buford dived beneath the truck. " the man shouted. " Buford called out loudly. "I've been hired to tow it in!
Tanisha picked up. " "… And so there I was, running my little newspaper in Beaumont, South Carolina, minding my own business…" Jamie paused. "Did I tell you that I own the newspaper? My daddy left it to me when he died. " Silence. "Hello? Tanisha? " The woman on the other end yawned. "Do you think we could cut to the chase, Jamie? I don't need your life history, and to tell you the truth, my attention span isn't that great. " Jamie realized she had been talking for some time, but she'd assumed Tanisha would need background information if she was going to help.