Review: Cop vs Capo (Hitman vs Hitman #4) by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Rating: 4.75🌈 I was absolutely wondering how these authors were going to work this book (Cop Chandler and Mafia Silvia’s romance) into the series structure of the ongoing glorious mayhem that is August and Ricardo’s romance without letting the main characters fade into a secondary storyline. No worries. Cari Z and Witt managed to juggle… Continue reading Review: Cop vs Capo (Hitman vs Hitman #4) by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Review: Killer vs. Kingpin (Hitman vs Hitman #3) by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Rating: 4.75🌈 I really love absolute narrative lunacy! That’s Killer vs Kingpin pretty much from start to finish. A murderous Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride that expands on its initial theme of killers for hire into assassins antiheroes thwarting double crossing cartel minions, doing deals/breaking bread/being insane with all sorts of criminals, agencies and with as… Continue reading Review: Killer vs. Kingpin (Hitman vs Hitman #3) by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Review: Sniper vs Spotter (Hitman vs Hitman #2) by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Rating: 4.5🌈 Sniper vs Spotter passes the tough second book hurdle with flying colors, amid explosions, flying debris , and blood splatter! Cari Z and Witt continues moves the relationship between hitmen August Morrison and Ricardo Torralba forward, opening the novel with the men living together, adjusting to a different lifestyle and emotional state. It’s… Continue reading Review: Sniper vs Spotter (Hitman vs Hitman #2) by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Review: Hitman vs Hitman by Cari Z and L.A. Witt

Rating: 4.5🌈 No idea why, but I’m fascinated by hitman romances. It’s a trope that’s been written by many authors and each one has a different interpretation of the assassins, their lifestyles, backgrounds, and, of course, professionalism. Are they psychopaths? People lured inside the profession by expediency or blackmail? Or perhaps something in their pasts… Continue reading Review: Hitman vs Hitman by Cari Z and L.A. Witt