by Natalie Gibson
Tara Kay Woods lives in a trailer near a dilapidated family house in Texas. She works as a waitress who probably has put me off eating at any country diners for a bit and ‘moon-lights’ as a stripper-lap dancer on the county line where all that is shady belongs in the eyes of the locals. The opening scene of the protagonist in a drug induced haze running naked into her beloved garden attempting to escape being friend gang banged is an indicator as to how the book flows.
The descriptive writing including the erotic scenes were well done. There are times when misused words occurred and the editing needs another pass. As this is the fourth book in the series I imagine it to be too late to roll back and stick a bar of soap in Tara Kay’s mouth to prevent her from sounding like Dexter’s sister.
I enjoyed the read and I will give it a three out of four arbitrary units.