#BookReview: Basement Level 5: Never Scared by @LWrightAuthor #thriller

Tags:   Suspense/Thriller

Blurb:
Alexa Martinez was raised to believe that murder, deceit, and lies were a part of life. A trained killer, she follows in her father’s footsteps, specializing in political assassinations for Martinez Security-contracted through the CIA. She thrives on the power, money, respect, and-most of all-the adrenaline rush.


Despite the danger associated with her profession, Alexa strives to give her children a normal life. But when her past catches up with her, they become pawns in a deadly game of revenge. Operating from a secret base, five levels below ground, Alexa struggles to unravel the puzzle, uncovering secrets that will alter their lives forever. Now she must make a choice-is she willing to die to give her children a life outside the bullet-proof glass? 

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Maya's Review:

Want a fast-paced, page-turning suspenseful book, then you have to read this book.

Alexa is one helluva kick-ass heroine as a member of a family of assassin who will do just about anything to protect her family. This story certainly brings a new perspective to the term 'protecting your family' where security is the family business.

I don't want o give away the plot of the story but you can expect heart-thumping action from the very first page to the last. Alexa has to be the stand-out and most-developed character in this book, although there is a big cast of characters. You quickly understand that they are all linked up and wonder who is the 'mole' in their midst. And you learn how wonderful having a network of people you trust can be.

The anticipation level is high as you turn the pages and you won't want to stop until the end.




As she neared the street, a shadowy figure turned into the alley. Alexa froze. The sun had already gone down, so she wasn’t sure if he’d noticed her. Cautiously, she slipped behind a trashcan and leaned against the wall of the store.
“Did you see her?” a male voice asked.
“No, I didn’t,” responded a different man. “I checked the whole store. She’s nowhere in sight.”
“How did she slip past us?”
“I don’t know.”
She closed her eyes and wondered how she was going to get out of this. Grabbing an empty pop bottle, she pitched it behind her. Footsteps raced toward the sound. Once they were past her, she bolted for the street as fast as she could go. It seemed too easy, but she went with it—until she ran right into a third man, who grabbed and hauled her off her feet.
She struggled, kicking and punching him. Finally he lost his grip and dropped her. She immediately socked him in the balls. It stunned him, but not enough to disable him. He grabbed her hair as she slammed him in the knee with her good foot. His leg buckled, but his grip remained steady. She grabbed another stray bottle and bashed him in the face. Releasing her, he collapsed to the ground with a thud.
 Another man advanced toward her and she kicked him in the chest. Yanking her knife from its hiding place, she thrust it into his neck. As a third man charged her, she pulled the knife out and plunged it into that man’s leg. Before he could retaliate, she jerked her gun from its holster and shot him.
A groan pulled her attention back to the first man, who was struggling to his feet. She slapped him across the cheek with the butt of her gun. He slumped back to the ground.
She leaned down and peered at his face. “Who the hell sent you?” 


L. R. Wright is a devoted wife and mother.  Born and raised in Southwest Michigan, near Ann Arbor, her mother always instilled in her the importance of reading.  As a young girl, she loved to be holed up in her room creating stories.  And that didn’t change as she aged.  Eventually, her larger-than-life stories and unforgettable characters propelled her to write. 

When she’s not writing romance and women’s fiction, she’s planning events, watching ID TV, or spending time with family.


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Twitter: @LWrightAuthor

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