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Publisher's Summary

Her "unrelenting" (Publishers Weekly) and "tension-packed" (Library Journal) novels have made Kiki Swinson a best-selling chronicler of Virginia's most glittering, treacherous streets. In the explosive follow-up to her high-octane The Score, a master thief's ultimate payday delivers the deadliest game of all.

Two for the money.

Identity thief Lauren Kelly thought she was safe. The millions she stole from her double-crossing accomplice and ex-lover Matt Connors bought a quiet upscale life for her; her unsuspecting new husband, Drake; and their precious baby. But betrayal was just the beginning.

Three to throw down.

When both Drake and the baby go missing, it's courtesy of a vengeful Matt. Lauren has less than 24 hours to give him back the money. She's prepared for any payback - but nothing can keep this exchange from going all-the-way wrong.

No price is too high.

Now Lauren lives to hunt Matt down. She'll strip away his fortune, work all his weaknesses - and destroy his every strength. But she's heading straight into an insidious trap that could turn sweet revenge into mutually assured destruction.

©2017 Kiki Swinson (P)2017 Recorded Books

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Really Kiki???

I absolutely LOVED the first book in this series. The main characters were well developed and relatable, and even tho Lauren made a couple of stupid decisions she was still pretty smart overall. But this book? She was just plain DUMB. Almost every decision she made left me ptfo bc she was SO much smarter in the first book. It's lk she continued to make mistakes that anyone with her street marts should hv known better than to mk! A couple of times I was so disgusted with her stupidity that I almost stopped listening. I didn't tho, and even now that I finished it I'm still not sure that was the right call, but...you be the judge.

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Great story....wrong narrator!

This would have been better with a different narrator. She wasn't horrible but this wasn't the book for Simi Howe. I've heard her on other books and she did a great job.