Madison Krauss isn’t your average professional. She cusses like a sailor, drinks like a fish, has a penchant for poker, and isn’t afraid of participating in a little recreational drug use. All of this doesn’t exactly warrant a nomination for Employee of the Year, but it does make her one of the best undercover narcotics investigators her company has seen since Vinnie the
Fink back in ’99.
On assignment in a manufacturing plant, Madison sets her sights on a heroin dealer suspected of causing several deaths. She was prepared for anything but his sexy right-hand man, Gabriel Marquette. It’s tough to bust the bad guy when she keeps picturing his friend naked. Accustomed to living a dual life, Madison finds herself overwhelmed with all of the additional lies she’s forced to tell him and her equally hot boss. It’s only a matter of time before
everything crashes in on her.
As things come to a head with the kingpin, Madison discovers Gabe is keeping secrets of his own – secrets that leave her wondering if her narrow focus on one suspect has allowed another to creep through the backdoor…and into her heart.
From rolling fatties with potheads to fake snorting lines of cocaine off bathroom counters, MISS NARC is a fast-paced ride through the world of undercover investigations that will leave readers on the edge of their seats – scared, but begging for another hit.
This a wonderful compelling voice, and funny as hell.
I'm never going to read it.
There's no way in HELL I'm treating selling heroin like a lightweight romp.
I think Omar's cool, as does everyone in Baltimore, and I recognized the humanity of Stringer Bell but not for one second do I think drug trafficking is funny or a good match for a romantic comedy.