Saturday, January 3, 2015

GLITCH (Corporate Hitman Book 1) by Olivia Linden and LeTeisha Newton

Liam Gallagher, AKA Glitch, is the brain behind a trio of corporate criminals. Formerly known as one of the most notorious hackers in cyberspace, he now works to keep Hawk Global Industries one step ahead of its competitors. 

But there's a catch. Being blackmailed to do what he does best isn't how Glitch plans to spend the rest of his life, and his partners in crime feel the same way. When an old flame crosses his path unexpectedly, Glitch and company learn that betrayal is on the horizon for them. It's time to put a plan in motion and reclaim their freedom, once and for all. Things are going to get pretty nasty along the way, even a little sexy, but it's all in a day's work for a Corporate Hitman. 

*Intended for readers 18+ due to graphic language and adult content*

GLITCH (Corporate Hitman Book 1)

by Olivia Linden and LeTeisha Newton

Genre: Multicultural Romantic Suspense

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Olivia Linden, a native New Yorker, was raised between Queens and San Antonio, TX. Currently living in Florida with her tween aged son, she decided it was time to follow her dreams of becoming a full time author. Her creative itch began when her elementary school principal posted one of her stories in the halls of her school. She was only seven at the time, but old enough to understand how integral writing would be to her future. From that moment on, reading and writing became her two greatest passions.It is her philosophy that laughter is essential to making it through even the toughest situations.Find your passion with Olivia Linden.

Follow me on twitter: @mslissa2u


LeTeisha Newton is the author of a plethora of novels ranging from hot Interracial Erotica, Paranormal biters, Fantasy, and Urban Fantasy genres. She’s known for her extensive knowledge of shifter cultures, even outside of the generic werewolves and vampires, crazy world-building, and making shape shifters feel like they are living right next door. That has led to her being dubbed the Shifter Queen. Some of her series include the best-selling 

Claimed and Taken Series.


My Thoughts:

This book was different. :-) It was about a group of three criminals but the focus was on the hacker of the group whom they called Glitch. 

Him and his cohorts were sprung from prison by a man they call Eagle. They do his bidding but are leary and have begun to get things into place to enable them to get away from him when they felt the time was right.

While working at hacking a company for Eagle, Glitch comes upon someone undoing his hack and he is reminded of a female hacker that he used to know before he went to prison.

When they finally meet, he finds out that the woman is Hex, the same one that he used to talk to and has never quite gotten out of his mind.

His cohorts are unhappy that this is someone he knew but even more unhappy with the news that she delivers to them. Eagle was setting them up. It was a trap.

This book is full of suspense, action, danger, agendas, some geek talk, and romance between two hackers.

I liked this book butttttt, it dragged here and there for me. I was distracted a few times. Also, I found myself being confused about who was talking. It wasn't clearly broken up and it was like a guessing game at times as to who's POV I was listening to. Last but not least, it ended in a cliff hanger. The next book will focus on Snitch, one of Liam aka Glitch's prison gang and them dealing with Eagle. 

If you are looking for something different and you like suspense, you might want to try this.

I received an ecopy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. I thought it was a decent read.

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  1. oki your review made me tempte d while the blurb had me fleeing^^ but since there is a cliffhanger i will wait until all eth serie is released before making a decision as i hope next book won't have the bad points you mentionned

  2. Hmm.. possibly. it does sound really intriguing and I've read a few books about hackers or teams that were really fun so I'll add it to my list for a later time.