The delicious and devilish Mink LaRue is the long-lost daughter of a Texas oilman…and if you buy that, she’s got a bridge to sell you. In reality, she’s a 20-year-old hooker, petty thief, gold-digging skank and natural born liar. And in Noire’s skillful hands, Mink’s dirty deeds and boudoir misadventures will leave you breathless.
As the Sexy Little Liar trilogy begins, Mink, on probation for check-kiting, is dabbling in pole dances and doing a bit of bedroom blackmail on the side. When she meets Dajuan, a Philly hustler looking to make the big move in the Big Apple, the maker finds herself the mark for the first time in her life. “Bad News LaRue” needs some good news, fast. And she finds some.
Sable Dominion, heiress to a Lone Star State oil fortune, disappeared in NYC 18 years ago, at the age of three. When Mink sees a missing person photo of her, she notices the striking resemblance—and hatches her biggest con ever. Soon she’s in Houston, where she’s flim-flammed half the hopeful family and slept with the rest. But Sable’s uncle, Suge Dominion, isn’t exactly Mr. Clean himself. And if it takes a liar to catch a liar, Mink LaRue may rue this day!
Hardcover Book : pages
Publisher: Kensington Pub ( April 24, 2012 )
Item #: 13-574646
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.648inches
Product Weight: 11.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I usually love books by Noire but this was not her best work......won't be reading Part 2
I loved that we finally got out if New York with Noire. Good read. I enjoyed it. Ready to read the sequel.
This book was super boring in the beginning. I had to force myself to finish it which took an entire month. Noire's books are usually much better but I will say that the story got better towards the end. I'm hoping part 2 is good all the way through.
Reviewer: Zoe M
When I started this book my thought was, wow Noire must be tired of writing or need money so she just threw this book together. I always look for her books and always buy them, but now I have to wait for reviews from her other fans now because I don't have money to waste. Anywho, the book got better as it went on (towards the end) so I am hoping the sequel is back to her old style of writing. It better be good Noire or else you have lost me girl, I will just go to the library and read your books, no money from me.
Oh and I hope she is the daughter and she and Barron falls for each other real hard, they did not grow up together and they are not blood relatives, so it can be all good. I am putting in my pre-order tonight in Amazon cause the book is cheaper and I am also pre ordering Cartel 4.