Throttle Kickdown

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Time is running out.
Having accompanied Rika to America, Levi is thrust into the world of big business. Yet in the same moment, Jason is well at work attempting to rescue the woman he left behind, certain it’s only a matter of days before she’ll be swept away from him completely. There’s work to be done, lies to unravel, and the potential that some may not come back at all. More

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Review by: Nathalie Gonzalez on Oct. 13, 2013 :
Forgot to rate! Can;t wait for book 5
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Nathalie Gonzalez on Oct. 12, 2013 : (no rating)
Even though people are disappointed about not having alot of Rika/Jason interaction I actually think that its beneficial to the development of the following books. We can't expect they go lovey-dovey on each other when they are exposed to alot of secrets and struggles,it would seem unrealistic if they were together. When Jason and Rika meet at the Patel's opening I think that it was the perfect way to display their "moment" even if it was very serious. The fast-paced tone of the story was really good! I'm actually very disappointed that Hisoka and Eri were cut off in the end. The conversations between them made me sympathize with the situation and I liked both of them (not as a couple but as supporting characters). I would have rather you cut off Sakoto or another buffer individual. I feel that Hisoka's development and bravery could have potential for the next book and Eri too!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Millie Anderson on Oct. 12, 2013 : (no rating)
This book disappointed me... I LOVE the previous installments, and Lanphear is a great writer, but my favorite thing about this series is Rika and Jason's love story, which was completely absent in this book. There was a lot of action, but it felt too much. It was too hectic, and the Rika and Jason's moment I had been waiting for never came. During most of the story, they weren't even together... :( I do understand that this book wasn't about them, but about the truth about their family and origins.I just wish there had been more of Rika and Jason in it because Lanphear did an amazing job of making me love that couple.
Anyway, it was still a good read, but not what I had hoped for. Can't wait for the next book! (and I hope that this time, there will be a lot more of Jason & Rika)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Marcus Whitley on Oct. 07, 2013 :
The book felt really short honestly, even tho it was the size of a full sized novel. I felt as if someone were to ever make this into a movie, this book would barely last an hour.
Not to say that i didn't enjoy it i just found that after more than 12 months since the last book it feels as though the story didn't really progress.
still very well written and i look forward to the remaining installments in the series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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