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Guns Will Keep Us Together by Leslie Langtry
February 12, 2008 - Amy Phelps
A sequel to her assassin and pto mom book, "Scuse Me While I Kill this Guy," "Guns Will Keep Us Together" brings back all of the mayhem, marks, and murder that Leslie Langtry serves up with the Bombay family.
This time it is Dakota, brother of Ginny, and spoiled member of the elite family of assassins. Dakota is content to woo women, take a few jobs, and otherwise be a wild playboy, but his days of carefree frivolity come to a screeching halt when a boy shows up on his door. Apparently, one of Dakota's wild nights has come back to haunt him in the form of a son whom he must now take care of.
But that's not all - Dakota and his cousin, Paris, are charged by their Grandmother and senior members of the Bombay family to put a stop to a rival organization whose members are going incognito. That may mean that Dakota may have to wack a dentist or two, but he had better keep his eyes open - assassins can be anyone. And this is no time for romance, but Dakota strikes up a hot one with a fiery redhead named Leonie who's getting under his skin.
Another wicked blend of action, romance, mystery, and dark humor, "Guns" gives readers bullets, buff guys, and bad boys. While I still enjoyed "Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy" a bit more, I hope the Bombay family continues on with their deadly misadventures.
"Guns Will Keep Us Together" is published by Dorchester Publishing. It is $6.99 and 318 pages long.
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