Money or Mayhem (A Series of Choices Book 2)

Money or Mayhem A Series of Choices Book After his affair with Lana goes public Leo is broke unemployed and battling his estranged wife to see his two children His lover suggests a job that makes quick cash but it has deadly consequences

  • Title: Money or Mayhem (A Series of Choices Book 2)
  • Author: Sharryn Dotson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After his affair with Lana goes public, Leo is broke, unemployed, and battling his estranged wife to see his two children His lover suggests a job that makes quick cash, but it has deadly consequences When Lana s trial begins, Leo crosses paths with Travis, who is in the midst of a big investigation into a dangerous gang that he must keep hidden from Val Travis and Leo After his affair with Lana goes public, Leo is broke, unemployed, and battling his estranged wife to see his two children His lover suggests a job that makes quick cash, but it has deadly consequences When Lana s trial begins, Leo crosses paths with Travis, who is in the midst of a big investigation into a dangerous gang that he must keep hidden from Val Travis and Leo s paths eventually cross, and they work together to try and solve the case However, they learn not everyone involved is who they say they are Can Travis keep Leo and himself alive long enough to solve the case

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    1. Money or Mayhem is very different from Closure or Ammo, the first book in this series. The first book is chicklit/romance gone wrong whereas this one could be straight out of a cop show. I really enjoyed the infusion of action into this book, and it is one of the reasons I liked it better than Closure or Ammo. I also liked it better because the characters seemed to have more depth and growth. Some of them still made very bad decisions or had qualities I didn’t like, but it was easier for me to [...]

    2. Money or Mayhem begins where the reader was left off in Closure or Ammo. I am a fan of crime books and shows, so I thought I would enjoy this book. I was not disappointed with the amount of action that was packed into almost every page. There was a lack of romance, but I think the author was trying to make this sequel more suited for a male audience. Both Leo and Travis seem to have an overbearing alpha male complex that made them seem unpleasant to a female reader. I appreciated that the author [...]

    3. The first book in A Series of Choices, Closure or Ammo, centered around the complexity and complications of love and relationships. The second installation has a more dangerous premise – drug trafficking. While Closure or Ammo was told from the perspective of Lana and Val, Money and Mayhem follows their love interests in the prior installment, Leo and Travis. In the novella, Leo and Travis deal not only with love and relationships but with the danger that comes with dealing with gangs and drug [...]

    4. Three Stars = Has Potential.I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt; Money or Mayhem provides an action packed driven plot with a side of drama to keep the reader hooked. Alternating between Leo and Travis perspective, Dotson provides the male perspective of the series unlike her first book, Closure and Ammo, which centered around her female characters Lana and Val. The book has potential, but does fall short in some aspects.Character development still needs work. Leo and Travis seem too alike [...]

    5. This book, unlike Closure or Ammo, is written from the perspective of Travis and Leo, rather than Lana and Val. I quite liked this change in perspective, as I did not find these characters to be so unlikable and hard to empathize with. There is less mellow-dramatic girl talk and more talk about gangs, guns, drugs, and money, all of which I don’t particularly care for though. As with the first novel, the character development was lacking and I still feel as though I do not know the characters. [...]

    6. Wow.just wow. This book clearly does not suffer from second book syndrome. It was absolutely action packed and I loved how it kept me on the edge of my seat, waiting for things to go horribly wrong. I really liked the change in perspective from the two main females to the two main male characters. It kept everything fresh and interesting. However, it kept the romance/erotica from the first book which I thought was great and kept the characters consistent with the way they acted in the first book [...]

    7. In "Money or Mayhem," I enjoyed the perspective shift to Leo and Travis, as I found them to be far less annoying than their female counterparts in the first installment. However, this book suffers from long-winded summaries that masquerade as a sort of stream of consciousness memory. I found the story engaging, though, until it deviated too far from reality near the end of the book, entering the realm of the ridiculous. As in the first book, this installment needed more plot and character develo [...]

    8. Boy, was this book different than the first. While I’d probably classify the first as romance/erotica, the second was more like action/crazy drug cartel shoot-outs. It held my attention much more than I was expecting, and by the end I was truly excited to find out how it all ended. I also enjoyed the POV shift to Leo and Travis, because I found them to be much more likeable and reliable narrators than Lana and Val. My main complaint for this story, besides some slightly far-fetched occurrences [...]

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