Hustle

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RULE#1: DON'T STEAL HIS HEART.
After ripping off a mob boss, Ellie Phillips decides it’s time to quit hustling and give up her life of crime. She just needs a big score. Then she can give up the grift and start anew. When she steals a map from Jacob Hawkins, she decides it’s time to go treasure hunting. It’s just one last hustle before she goes straight... More
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About Claire Chilton

After completing her honors degree in English Literature, Claire Chilton was interviewed to work for MI5. Fortunately, for the sake of the United Kingdom, she did not get the job. Now a web designer and graphic designer with a passion for great stories, she writes about the adventures she'd like to have.

A prolific writer with wide-ranging interests, Claire specializes in romantic and speculative fiction, which includes genres such as mystery, science fiction, fantasy, horror, comedy and romance. Her mystery romance novel, Hustle, won Harlequin's So You Think You Can Write contest in 2013, and her previous books in The Demon Diaries won the Most Read award on Wattpad.

After exploring the world in her misspent youth, traveling across Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean, she now lives in an ancient Roman city in Yorkshire with her Californian fiancé and a fluffy kitten called Shadow, who is convinced she is a bigger cat than she is.

You can find Claire online at claire-chilton.com.

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Review by: tazzymc on Dec. 02, 2015 :
Very average. The characters were entertaining enough to keep reading but the story line was poor, maps and hidden treasures, etc. Several things were not factual and believable. For example the heroine is diving in freezing waters but is in Costa Rica where the water is warm. And doesn't bother with a wetsuit under the made up circumstances but dives in a bikini... or the seven mercenaries chasing her that conveniently keep her informed of their location by randomly shooting as they walk through the jungle. Who then appear to give up when she kills their employer. To sum up, it was fun but not believable.
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