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!Free Kindle ⚖ Repo Chick Blues ⚖ Reformed car thief Leah Ryan is trouble But she is keeping her head down when her Jeep is repossessed Unfortunately, most of her money is going toward past due attorney fees for her younger brother Jesse a mischievous hacker serving his last few weeks in prison Without a way to get to her construction job, she is fired Leah needs a job fast She s a natural at stealing cars, and decides to ask Callahan Parker, the man who repossessed her Jeep, to hire her This decision marks the beginning of a nightmare for Leah RyanDuring her first night of work, Leah makes an enemy of a twisted drug lord, Brent Woodard, who targets her for revenge Things go from bad to worse when Leah discovers that Woodard is smuggling Asian women into the United States and forcing them into prostitution She is determined to stop him, by any means necessary But Woodard has friends Among these is a crooked, sadistic cop who makes her plan dangerous than she could have ever imagined Soon it s not only her life at stake, but that of her brother Jesse, who disappears within a day of his release from prison Leah enlists the help of Callahan and a few friends from her shady past a past she promised herself she d never return to, to enter into a dark underworld of sex, drugs and death If you like a tough heroine who can kick butt then this book is for you It s packed with raw action, steamy love scenes and a look at life on the seedy end of town Surprisingly there s an emotional attachment to friends and family that make you see there sto Leah Ryan than what you first expect Can t wait to read the sequel foraction I m on a constant lookout for books with action heroines set in the modern era Tracy Sharp s Repo Chick Blues fills the bill quite nicely Main character Leah Ryan is fully fleshed out She is believable, likeable, funny, tough, feminine and imperfect We care about her character and also the people around her She has some skeletons in her closet but they are realistic and add to the story Overall I was quite impressed with Sharp s writing This in not your average indie author Grammar, spel I m on a constant lookout for books with action heroines set in the modern era Tracy Sharp s Repo Chick Blues fills the bill quite nicely Main character Leah Ryan is fully fleshed out She is believable, likeable, funny, tough, feminine and imperfect We care about her character and also the people around her She has some skeletons in her closet but they are realistic and add to the story Overall I was quite impressed with Sharp s writing This in not your average indie author Grammar, spelling and editing are all way above average if it weren t for a few missing quotation marks and double words that slipped past spell check you wouldn t know it wasn t published by a big time book publisher These are minor technical gaffes and easily overlooked.Leah is a former juvenile delinquent and has lived a checkered past Her libido is fully functioning and there are some sexy moments through the book but they are all tastefully written and germane to the story Some mild profanity and humorous dancing around of the F word may not appeal to everyone but mainstream adult readers won t find anything offensive here The story is mostly believable though the reader may have to suspend reality a bit here and there Despite the author having studied up on auto repossessing and car theft a few technical errors occur that probably will only bother the car geeks of which I am one Lastly, this is the second book written by a female author that gets motorcycles wrong you accelerate by twisting the throttle, not pushing a pedal These are mostly minor quibbles and a reader will most likely just shrug and keep turning the pages You WILL want to turn the pages to find out what ultimately happens to dear Leah, and that is the point of a thriller Good writing, character driven story, a gun battle or twowhatcould you ask for This is the first book by Tracy Sharp I believe I have read I got turned on to her Repo Chick series because she did a combo book with Jack Kilborn Jacked Up I am a huge fan of Jack Daniels and her series Kilborn When I read Jacked Up I wanted to get to knowabout Leah Ryan and her Repo blues.I was NOT disappointed This book was well written The characters where interesting and had depth The book was very entertaining, and held my interest throughout, was difficult to put dow This is the first book by Tracy Sharp I believe I have read I got turned on to her Repo Chick series because she did a combo book with Jack Kilborn Jacked Up I am a huge fan of Jack Daniels and her series Kilborn When I read Jacked Up I wanted to get to knowabout Leah Ryan and her Repo blues.I was NOT disappointed This book was well written The characters where interesting and had depth The book was very entertaining, and held my interest throughout, was difficult to put down I love when a book makes me laugh, cringe, get angry with the characters, and maybe a little tear of sadness not a lot a single tear This book had it all including some good sex Action Action Action Great read Repo Chick Blues, The Leah Ryan Series 1by Tracy SharpThis was a very well written novel The author writes very much in the style of J.A Konrath, so I wasn t surprised to see that she has written not only this series, but a couple of books in theJack Daniels Kindle World, and co authored a short story featuring Leah Ryan and some characters from Konrath s Jack Daniels series, as well as her other works on her own and in other J.A Konrath Kindle Worlds Like Konrath, some of her thril Repo Chick Blues, The Leah Ryan Series 1by Tracy SharpThis was a very well written novel The author writes very much in the style of J.A Konrath, so I wasn t surprised to see that she has written not only this series, but a couple of books in theJack Daniels Kindle World, and co authored a short story featuring Leah Ryan and some characters from Konrath s Jack Daniels series, as well as her other works on her own and in other J.A Konrath Kindle Worlds Like Konrath, some of her thriller work is gritty and sometimes hard to read, gory and or horrific But if you have the stomach for it, this novel is well plotted and paced The characterizations are fully fleshed out and consistent, and most importantly, they are believable There is plenty of danger and a boat load of action Good editing and proofing, the only error I found being one of digital formatting, which is not the author s problem, but the digitizer Leah Ryan s world may not be glamorous or conservative, but it is never boring The storyline, in short, is that Leah is a former car thief who did time as a juvenile She works hard the past few years in construction but is still in debt as she is paying the legal fees of her younger brother, who is about to be released from prison When her car is repossessed and she loses her job because she had no way to get there without the car, she decides she ll try to put those long ago car thief skills to work and gets a job with the company that repossessed her car As one might imagine, repossessing vehicles doesn t make one many friends But one particular repossession puts her in the sights of someone she knew when she did time in juvie and he was an enemy then, too His threats extend not only to Leah, but to her brother, her friends, and her boss and co workers Enough is enough.This series is definitely on my to read list Great read Loved the characters Keeps you on edge but in a fun way Can t wait to read the next one in the series. OK book.Interesting story line.Juvie kids after a few years, when they have separate lives that violently collide. REPO CHICK BLUES introduces us to Leah Ryan, a tough young woman, a reformed car thief, working in construction to pay past due lawyer fees for her brother, Jesse, a computer hacker about to get out of prison in a couple of weeks.Her car gets repossessed and no way to get to work gets her fired.Without a job, she asks the man who repossessed her jeep, Callahan Parker, for a job which takes a lot of balls, in a metaphorical sense She s able to put those rusty car thief skills to good use.Howeve REPO CHICK BLUES introduces us to Leah Ryan, a tough young woman, a reformed car thief, working in construction to pay past due lawyer fees for her brother, Jesse, a computer hacker about to get out of prison in a couple of weeks.Her car gets repossessed and no way to get to work gets her fired.Without a job, she asks the man who repossessed her jeep, Callahan Parker, for a job which takes a lot of balls, in a metaphorical sense She s able to put those rusty car thief skills to good use.However, on her first day, she makes a bitter enemy of one repossession Brent Woodard, a drug dealer, and, she learns later, a man who smuggles young oriental girls into the country for a life of prostitution.Leah is determined to stop him, which puts her, and everyone around her, in danger.Jesse disappears within a day of release and Leah knows who has him She calls on some other old friends from her juvie days, and Callahan, to go after Woodard.A fine mystery in, I guess you would call it, the genre of erotric thriller There s sex here and lots of action.I liked it and already have the other two books in the series One of the best books I have read in a long time I love the fact that karma comes back to bite the bad guys in the ass I can t wait to read book 2.