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Wrong Turn, Right Direction (The Bourbon Street Boys) MP3 CD – Unabridged, May 9, 2017
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Tamika Cleary takes a wrong turn up a one-way street—and straight into Thibault Delacroix’s leg as he steps into the road. But Mika’s in a hurry, and she certainly doesn’t have time for a guy who can’t even look both ways before crossing, even if he does have a cute face, a body to die for, and the darkest, thickest eyelashes she’s ever seen.
Unfortunately for Mika, fate has other ideas. When she’s threatened by her employer, a Russian mafia boss known as “The Thief”, she’s forced to accept Thibault’s help. As the co-owner of the Bourbon Street Boys security firm, he believes he can keep her safe. But Mika has a whole load of trust issues—and the pushier Thibault is about helping, the more stubbornly she tries to resist.
Mika may have taken a wrong turn the day they met, but will she finally let someone steer her in the right direction?
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- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 9, 2017)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1536666297
- ISBN-13 : 978-1536666298
- Item Weight : 3.5 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.75 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,364,287 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I loved May, Jenny and Toni - all three of the full of badassery in their own way. I can't say the same about Mika. Honestly, I wanted to shake her for her display of pure stupidity. There's independent and then there is Mika who takes it to a not believable level - I refuse to believe that someone would willingly put their new born baby through all that.
For me this book lacked the humour I fond in the previous three books. It feels rushed and not at all thought through.
However, have you read the previous stories you might still want to check out Thibault's story. Don't necessary take my word for this being a mediocre book...you might not agree with me.
One of the things about Thibeault is his cajun accent -at least in book one and two. Book three never mentioned it, but this is his book, yet not ONE WORD about it? Just sloppy. Ms Casey, spend an extra week per book out of respect for your reader.
Thibault happens to deliver Mika's baby and keep her safe. In the hospital, Mika has an attempted visitor from her boss, Pavel, and her declining is when the story she takes off. As Mika learns she may need to trust someone, you learn a little more about her. Thibault does what he can to protect Mika but is he willing to lose his family and friends for Mika when she won't lose herself for him?
Wrong Number, Right Guy was by far my favorite of the bunch with its witty punchlines and the sizzling chemistry between May and Ozzie.
Getting but by a car shouldn't get you the person your supposed to be with, but that's what happens. Even if that girl brings with her a bunch of trouble and a surprise.
I liked Mika, she was tough and held her own. She was a bit stubborn but she had a right to be cautious.
The ending was good, though there was a lack of protection discussed.
I wouldn't have minded a better epilogue if this is to be the final book of the series.
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The story is told in the 1st person but as it is happening, so we can’t know the resolution of the story until Tamika knows herself.
Tamika starts the story off with a road accident and giving birth – somewhat unexpectedly, as she hadn’t realised she was pregnant – in a nail salon. Not knowing she was pregnant was really a form of self- denial as we realise as the story progresses.
How she became pregnant was something she does not want to share, even though it is clear that Pavel was the father so the reader can only assume rape. Which would totally fit with her relationship with Pavel, the crime lord.
A story that makes you think and glad you didn’t live Tamika’s life in the ghetto.
Mika struggles to do what she thinks is right. Her life was never easy and her choices made it worse. What Mika fails to see is her strength and determination. She thinks her choices are having a negative impact on Thibault and his life. She finds trusting him completely, very difficult as a result of the danger she now finds herself in.
Thibault is amazing throughout. From the very beginning he had me swooning at his kindness and sensitivity towards Mika. When he finds out about her dire circumstances he goes into full 'superhero' mode.
The journey they find themselves on after that is brilliant.
Thibault tries his utmost to convince Mika, she can trust him and the Bourbon Street Boys. Mika has to learn that not everyone is like her boss, and sometimes she needs to learn on others to help her make the right choices.
The twist at the end was not what I expected at all, but it was thoroughly enjoyable.
Throughout this storyline, the feelings between Mika and Thibault grew rapidly over a short period of time. However the process felt natural.
I can guarantee this book ! I couldn't put it down.
My only advice is to make sure you have a 100% free day. Book four ( the last in the series of 4 ? I hear you question ..... yes , but I had then to get books 1,2, and 3 .)
They are ALL the same !!!!.... couldn't put them down till the last page was read .!!!!!!