I really enjoyed this book with one exception, that being that there was too much foul language in it. I live in the real world and I know people use that kind of language and it doesn't make me hide under the bed, however, I don't know why authors feel like they can't have dialog without using four letter words. I guess the same reason most people speak using so many four letter words, they aren't imaginative enough to come up with something both clean and descriptive! With that one exception as I enjoyed the book. It is interesting, suspenseful, funny and has good character development. This is the first in the series but I will certainly read more, unless they get too over the top as far as language.
I have read a second book and really enjoyed it. I also found less objectionable language in this one, so that was a plus.
Sports agent Myron Bolitar is poised on the edge of the big time. So is Christian Steele, a rookie quarterback and Myron's prized client. But when Christian gets a phone call from a former girlfriend, a woman who everyone, including the police, believes is dead, the deal starts to go sour. Trying to unravel the truth about a family's tragedy, a woman's secret, and a man's lies, Myron is up against the dark side of his business--where image and talent make you rich, but the truth can get you killed.
Myron faces the most emotionally shattering case of his career. And it all begins when Myron's ex-girlfriend tells him he is a father-of a dying 13-year-old boy.