Sunday, August 16, 2015

Review: The Scam

The Scam The Scam by Janet Evanovich
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Evan Trace has a good gig. He helps people launder their money through his casino in Macau. It is a much needed service for the dictators, mobsters and terrorists of the world. Of course Nick and Kate’s specialty is using Nick’s con man skills and Kate’s FBI training to take down these high rolling criminals. Their scam is to pose as gamblers and money launders in order to ensure terrorists don’t have the funds to plan their next attack. Since their tactics are not legal, they don’t have much in the back-up department. Can they pull off this scam without getting caught by the criminals or the FBI? Which lines will Kate be willing to cross in order to stop this operation?

The Scam is the fourth book in the Fox and O’Hare series. This story is able to be enjoyed by itself, but I encourage readers to start at the beginning of the series in order to enjoy the character development and relationship evolution. Nick is still extremely attracted to Kate and her resolve is slowly slipping away. Will this be the adventure that Nick gets his way? The Scam is another quick read with lots of action and intrigue. There are enough little adventures away from the primary storyline to spice up the reader’s imagination. Evanovich continues to give readers what they want with a strong female protagonist and exciting supporting characters.

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