Gringa - Beast of Mexico

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Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
I was twenty-one, a sassy university student who took crap from no one. While holidaying in Mexico, I was accosted by The Devil of Mexico called Diablo and shot, because the motherfucker mistook me for a spy.
I survived, only to encounter him again months later. How’s that for luck?
Furious and sick of all that I’d been through because of him, I slapped him, told him to go fuck himself and ... More
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About Eve Rabi

Eve Rabi is the author of 28 crime and suspense novels, five screenplays and more than half a dozen short stories, due to be released soon.
Inspired by the likes of Sidney Sheldon and Gillian Flynn, her tales are bold, scandalous, controversial. They’re also peppered with romance and humor. To quote an Amazon reviewer: “When you pick up an Eve Rabi book, forget sleep. She writes gripping page turners that will keep you reading till the very end.”
In her spare time, Eve likes to dance like no one is watching. In fact, she also likes to eat like no one is watching.
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Review by: Drmchr on May 21, 2014 : (no rating)
I wanted to read something different when I got the 1st book & it was definitely that. I like the way you have the characters evolving. I cried when Diago's mother read her diary to him! I can't wait to see how the rest of the book progresses! I have read the 1st 2 books & will be getting the 3rd & 4th one soon.

Paula Ford
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Review by: Little Eagle on Jan. 15, 2013 :
Well, I must say Excellente, Magnifico!

It's a must for readers to check on and get captivated by the humor that would make one laugh like crazy, by the thrill,the escapades, and eventually of course, the inevitable romance!

Not any books could make you frown, smirk, smile and leap into another world with the characters, and this book has succeeded doing exactly that!While reading, it could definitely give way of feeling what Payton-the character feels, see what she sees and get stubborn as well, without actually noticing it.

The book got nice characters here and amazingly the style of presentation interest me, make me jump to excitement, make me expect, and even make me ridiculously intrigue like a paparazzi eh?I salute your skill , imagination, creativity or whatever it is that could easily and directly connects you with the reader, Miss Eve. Thank you for sharing these jest with me. It is a well-worth one..I love it sooooo muuuch!!!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

Review by: Clarissa Cartharn on Nov. 28, 2012 :
"Gringa- In the Cltuches of a Ruthless Drug Lord" is not your occasional sweet romance. If you're looking for one, I suggest that you put this down and find another. But if you're not averse to capture bonding, rape, vulgarity, sex and drugs, then by all means read on. "Gringa" is a smart and crude rendition of "Beauty and the Beast". It's an adult mini-series that traces the experiences of a woman who willingly barters herself in exchange for the lives of villagers to- you guessed it- a drug lord. Yes, she is a strong, feisty, foul mouthed character that stands up to an equally dominant man, which makes the story quite exciting. While I found the the drug lord to be revolting in the first instance, I began to empathise with him towards the end of the story. Rabi leaves the story at such a point where you would be keen to learn more of what would become of the relationship between 'Gringa' and the drug lord. I enjoyed reading "Gringa" and would definitely be picking up the next book in the series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: booklover86 on Oct. 26, 2012 :
LOVED IT!
Very interesting and original storyline. I’ve read book one and two thus far.
Impatiently waiting for book three.
Without giving away the story, I will tell you that’s it’s like beauty and the beast on Crack, sex, tons of violence and equal amounts of humor.
But I agree with some of the reviews – it is a modern day love story. (maybe even bitter sweet)
That is what I liked most about the books as I enjoy love stories.

NOT a Harlequin /Billionaire type romance, though, so if that’s what you’re looking for, you won’t like it.
It’s meaty, raw, exciting, fast paced and an easy read and I never got bored once.
I laughed out loud at times, and at time my jaw dropped, so be prepared to experience a lot of emotions as you read.
I’ve read Captured and I can tell you, it’s totally different from Captured. But it has the same style in terms of the narrator’s voice. In fact, I really like the author’s voice because it’s fresh.
Oh, and also, it has tons of cussing and some shocking sex scenes (rape) and some really hot sex scenes. Love the series so far and can’t wait for book three.
(review of free book)

Review by: ETA: soon on Oct. 23, 2012 :
* Condensed/edited version of 12-Sept-2012 Amazon review
(prior to the author revising the original "cutesy" warning)

FIRST: This particular segment of GRINGA is not a romance; there is no sex, no seduction in any form but RAPE. AND MORE RAPE. CONTINUAL RAPE. Yes, I used caps. Why? Because I want potential buyers to know this upfront. While I firmly believe people can read whatever they wish, that choice should be based on truth, not deception. The author should have been as honest about the repeated rapes as she was about the violence. (And no, not because I have anything against rape in books; I just wasn't prepared to read about it in this book.)

SECOND: This is not part of a series; IT'S A SERIAL. An author should know, so I won't waste my time explaining the difference. More important is that "Book 1" is the equivalent of a ripped-out section of a paperback. Why bother if you don't have the rest?

THIRD: The original formatting was insultingly atrocious, even as a freebie. Someone recently alerted me to a revised version so out of curiosity (or would it be masochism at this point?), I downloaded and skimmed this "professional [sic] edited" file. Um, no. I don't think so.

"Remove from Device" (again).

The truly sad thing about this mess? Crap formatting, grammar and punctuation (and I mean to the point that I had to pause and mentally construct some sentences to get the gist) and misleading blurb aside, the storyline concept was good and had such potential! In fact, the beginning was creatively attention-grabbing and the first half was not bad.

Everything surrounding this "book" casts a very large, very black mark against self-published authors in general. Which is unfortunate for those authors who endeavor to write their best, and then struggle some more to convert their work into a clean and proper ebook prior to sale.
(review of free book)

Review by: Lady Moons on Oct. 21, 2012 :
I agreee... Amazing!
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Review by: LH on Oct. 21, 2012 :
Wow! Can't wait for the other books, could you bring them soon??
I'm waiting....
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