American Yakuza II

American Yakuza II Luce Potter runs her life and her business with an iron fist and complete control until lies and deception unravel her world The shadow of betrayal consumes Luce threatening to destroy the most preci

  • Title: American Yakuza II
  • Author: Isabella
  • ISBN: 9781939062208
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • Luce Potter runs her life and her business with an iron fist and complete control until lies and deception unravel her world The shadow of betrayal consumes Luce, threatening to destroy the most precious thing in her life, Brooke Erickson Brooke Erickson finds herself on the outside of Luce s life looking in As events spiral out of control Brooke can only watch as the wLuce Potter runs her life and her business with an iron fist and complete control until lies and deception unravel her world The shadow of betrayal consumes Luce, threatening to destroy the most precious thing in her life, Brooke Erickson Brooke Erickson finds herself on the outside of Luce s life looking in As events spiral out of control Brooke can only watch as the woman she loves pushes her further away Suddenly, devastated and alone, Brooke refuses to let go without an explanation Colby Water, a federal agent investigating the ever elusive Luce Potter, discovers someone from her past is front and center in her investigation of the Yakuza crime leader Before she can put the crime boss in prison, she must confront the ultimate deception in her professional life When worlds collide, betrayal, dishonor and death are inevitable Can Luce and Brooke survive the explosion

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    1. This story is told in third person and from Luce’s point-of-view. It opens on a sad note, and that sadness hangs around like a dark cloud for most of the plot. Not that I’m saying that’s a bad thing, just don’t open this book expecting rainbows and sunshine. For me, this story was a welcomed change from the usual romance tropes.Luce has a lot going on. Not only is she dealing with the grief of burying a loved one, but also has to step up in rank while dealing with debilitating feelings o [...]

    2. I was really hoping when I picked this book back up, that luce would redeem herself. Instead she just kept doing unforgivable things! It just made me like Colby more and I found myself wishing that she was the main character instead of Luce. I won't be reading book 3.And like others pointed out, there were far too many editorial mistakes, mainly missing words. How hard is it to get a proof reader?

    3. This book has a number of angst creating moments. It was tough to read about Luce being unfaithful (allegedly) to Brooke. I always hate those scenarios when someone gets hurt under the guise of "it's what's best for them." We all know that's BS. In any case, this book was just as riveting as the first. I will be snapping up the third one as soon as it's available. Oh yeah, what is the deal with freaking typos and grammatical errors. How hard can it be to find a good copy editor?

    4. This is worth more than 5 stars.Oh wow, this sequel is even more exciting than the first one. It caused me palpitations and it kept me on the edge of my seat. A real page turner. The betrayal, the discoveries, all the twists and turns, a roller coaster of emotions. I have enjoyed it a lot and of course the end came much too soon. Please let there be a third part.

    5. Definitely better than the first. Less Yakuza but more action, more suspense and more drama. One of my favorite reads of 2013. But seriously, isn't the author the owner of the publishing company? So why do typos still get through? It doesn't reflect well on the publisher.

    6. I didn't like it as much as the first one, I think the personal relationship got messy so I lost track. Otherwise, this is more filled with action and mafia like endeavors so it's quite entertaining.

    7. It was a nice book but it had way too many typos. I really liked the introduction of Brooke's ex into the story. I hope theres a follow up story. Really want to see how Frank and Petrov end up.

    8. This book was extremely difficult to read and the only reason I finished it is because I like some of the characters, namely Luce.The number of grammatical errors was atrocious. There were more incorrect uses of commas than correct ones, some words were just wrong (ex. here vs. hear), and some sentences didn't make any sense, even after having read it over multiple times. Some mistakes could be passed off as typos (ex. where vs. were) but they were still annoying, and some inconsistencies were s [...]

    9. I read a digital version. There are many typos and grammatical errors that should have been caught by an editor or proofreader. The story continues from American Yakusa and into Razor's Edge so it's best to read the books in order. A good book but not a great book.

    10. I started reading from book 3 of this series, Razor' Edge and worked my sat backwards. I realized the series is quite fast paced and entertaining. I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys Ali Vali's Cain series

    11. Poorly written, bad grammar, disjointed plot, the book could be so much more, but the focus seems to be on leather and whips. I wish Isabella would get a good editor.

    12. Luce Potter, Head of the American Yakuza, rules with a rod of iron. She controls her crime organization with the precision of a well oiled piece of machinery. That is until lies, treachery and deception make her well ordered world spiral out of control. Luce has suffered a terrible betrayal, which is eating at her very soul and slowly destroying the life and love she has with her partner, Brooke Erickson.Brooke finds her all consuming love with Luce being pushed aside, with Luce pushing her furt [...]

    13. This book more or less continued after the first one, where we see Luce and Brooke being together in a relationship. Most of this book however, they were in a way separated because Luce would want to keep Brooke safe. The agony of living without your loved ones was so vividly pictured in the book. I was particularly moved by the scene where Luce and Brooke meet again at the club, it just speaks volumes of how much they feel for each other. I have no idea if there's a next installment, but I'm re [...]

    14. All I can say is that I'm looking forward to a third one. If I liked the first in the series, American Yakuza II is all I've expected and then some! It is a page turner from the beginning that leaves you wanting for more. I can't wait for a sequel. Felicidades, Isabella!

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