Sunday, 14 May 2017

Wrong Turn, Right Direction - Elle Casey - Review

Wrong Turn, Right Direction 

Bourbon Street Boys, #4 

Elle Casey 

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?

3.5 Stars 

Wrong Turn, Right Direction is the fourth title in the Bourbon Street Boys series, that follows the lives of the characters who run The Bourbon Street Boys a security firm. In this particular title we follow the story of Mika and Thibult. Although it's the last title in the series, it can be read as a standalone, although the characters from the previous titles do appear briefly within the story line. 

I found the characters to be quite intriguing and entertaining. Mika is quite a flawed character, at times she was a bit hard to like, but she was quite vulnerable and doesn't trust easily, and as the book progresses and more information is revealed you can understand her personality traits more. On the other hand Thibault is quite endearing, a sweet, caring, protective and loyal man. He seem too good to be true.

The pace changes throughout the book and at times was quite slow and the ending felt a tad rushed. 

Overall it's an enjoyable and entertaining romantic suspense with drama, action and intrigue throughout the story line.