The price of fame . . . is terror.
Porn star Raven Lane is one of the most lusted after women in America. But when a headless corpse turns up in the trunk of her car, she realizes that fame carries a terrible price.
Fearing for her life, and with the police seemingly unable to protect her, Raven turns to former military bodyguard Ryan Lock for help. As events spiral out of control, Lock is drawn into a dangerous world where money rules, sex is a commodity to be bought and sold, and no one can be trusted, least of all his beautiful new client...
'Leaner and meaner with every book, Gridlock is as cool and sharp as a knife' - Meg Gardiner, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Nightmare Thief
'Black's star just keeps on rising' - Evening Telegraph
'This is a hero, and a writer to watch' - The Daily Mail
Gridlock is a form of traffic congestion where "continuous queues of vehicles block an entire network of intersecting streets, bringing traffic in all directions to a complete standstill". The term originates from a situation possible in a grid plan where intersections are blocked, preventing vehicles from either moving forwards through the intersection or backing up to an upstream intersection. The term gridlock is also used incorrectly to describe high traffic congestion with minimal flow (which is simply a traffic jam), where a blocked grid system is not involved. By extension, the term has been applied to situations in other fields where flow is stalled by excess demand, or in which competing interests prevent progress...
Good story, lots of actions A not unfamiliar story line with unexpected twists that keeper reader hooked 45
I am a retired LEO from a very large city. Cops are not as inept as portrayed in this book. At least not in my fly over state. However, this is an excellent read with unexpected, but interesting, twists and turns 55
Good story line. Worst editing I have ever seen. Keep the author but get rid of your proof readers. 35
This was well written and I enjoyed reading it !!!! 45
I have read other books in this series and overall I have to say they are cheesy at best. The author is British attempting to write an American novel. The crossover of language, spelling and sentence structure at times is poor. Very poor. The plot and characters are interesting but it falls flat in basic writing skills. 35