Review: Toxic (A Bad Boy Crime Novel) by Logan Chase

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Toxic: A Bad Boy Crime Novel
by Logan Chase

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Nathaniel Hayes is the type of man who takes what he wants without asking. Life hasn’t ever been a willing servant to his desires, but that’s soon to shift. When his latest scheme turns deadly, he is more than willing to push to the edge of his limits for wealth. Finally, the two things he has always wanted are within his grasp, but which will he choose? Love or Loyalty?

Jenna Webb is wedged into a life of pretentious f*cks, who are more concerned with the appearance of being somebody rather than doing it… She’s exhausted from over-the-top dinner parties, materialistic suitors and hypocrisy at its finest. The last thing she wants in her life is another pompous alpha male pretending to be someone he isn’t. When offered a chance to live fully alive, will she take it? Will it be worth the cost?

True freedom isn’t always what it’s chalked up to be. Especially not when vows are involved…

This is a full-length, standalone bad boy crime novel. Buyer beware for naughty language, naughty sexual acts and very, very naughty boys. No Cheating, HEA.

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Nate was badass, let me just let that out in the open. He seduced ladies for money, then he killed people for money. He lived a criminal life, but he could be a cute cuddly, innocent puppy when it came to Jenna Webb. Jenna was daughter of a wealthy family, but she never wanted the attention that her family name was attached to. She worked in a cafe and served Nate black coffee for as long as she remembered. She led a boring normal life outside the Webb mansion, but truth is, her family had a lot of skeletons in the closet.

Ashley was Nate’s childhood friend and growing up, they became friends with benefits. Like Nate, Ashley led a double life, one that was sinister and scandalous and heinous, especially after her husband was killed. Her husband which happened to be someone known in the society.

This book is entitled Toxic, and believe me, the characters were downright toxic from beginning to end. I don’t know how to further describe them, but let it be known that this book ain’t for the faint of heart. High-octane and action packed novel with multitude servings of hot, hot sex on the side + Mafia gangster involvement, guaranteed. This Logan Chase’s explosive maiden offering. You wouldn’t want to be left out from reading this book!

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