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Tank (Blue-Collar Billionaires, #1) by M. Malone

Tank (Blue-Collar Billionaires, #1)Tank by M. Malone
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Money changes everything…

Years ago, Tank Marshall swore off fighting. He exercises iron control to keep his anger in check. But his mother was just diagnosed with cancer and the deadbeat dad he hasn’t seen in years is back offering an inheritance and a chance at redemption.

There’s only one person that keeps him anchored in the midst of the chaos. One person untouched by violence and money and lies. Emma Shaw.

But the one thing that Tank hasn’t learned yet is that when billions are at stake, there’s no such thing as innocent. Money. Changes. Everything.

REVIEW:

I liked the book, but I didn’t love it. I think my main issue was it was in alternating first person between the H/h. The story was good and I am very tempted to read the rest of the series. I’m just not sure if I will though. There is an arching story line that I want to follow, so I will probably pick up the rest of the series.

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