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Peyton Riley (Takedown #2) [Read] ➫ Peyton Riley (Takedown #2) Author Bianca Mori – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Not to get Liam Neeson on your asses, but the fact is that Peyton Riley has a very specific skill set She s good at her job and has just gotten off a major project when she crosses paths with the gorg Not to get Liam Neeson on your asses, but the fact is that Peyton Riley has a very specific skill set She s good at her job and has just gotten off a major project when she crosses paths with the gorgeous snake in the grass calling himself Carson Varis He s taken her against her will, but to where, and to what end She s got days to figure this out and escape before her boss finds out where his favorite specialist has disappearedCarson Varis has got an eye for art and a mania for professionalism No one does work life balance like he does But a certain fiery redhead has gotten his goals in a twist He has his employer s order to fulfill, but can t get the memory of her body and her hair, and her deep blue eyes, and oh, that mouth out of the way Can he get it together and pull off a job well done.


10 thoughts on “Peyton Riley (Takedown #2)

  1. K.J. Charles K.J. Charles says:

    The plot thickens in part 2 this is a three part story with cliffhangers, don t muck about We find out what Peyton is a takedown artist who basically stops things happening via underhand means She s being forced to stop an art sale for mysterious so far reasons but everything goes scary wrong with the job even as the romance develops with Carson Compelling heist thriller romance and I am fascinated to find out how it all turns out.


  2. natalie natalie says:

    Rating 3.5I think the head hopping in this one was a bit confusing There were no clear breaks between switched POVs so I was a bit confused at times as to who s head we were in so took a bit while reading to shake off that confusion But we get to knowabout Peyton here which was definitely intriguing The job she does, the thing that happened that plague her nightmares on the island in book 1 Will be moving onto book 3 to see how it all wraps up


  3. April ~ The Reading Belles April ~ The Reading Belles says:

    ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review Reading this one was like I was watching another Taken movie It s beautifully action packed to the point where I felt nervous about Peyton and Carson being caught because they had to do a takedown job together And just when I thought everything s going to be fine already, aahhhh There went another mindfuck level kind of twist that I wasn t really expecting It s fast paced, suspenseful and had me at the edge of my bed the whole timARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review Reading this one was like I was watching another Taken movie It s beautifully action packed to the point where I felt nervous about Peyton and Carson being caught because they had to do a takedown job together And just when I thought everything s going to be fine already, aahhhh There went another mindfuck level kind of twist that I wasn t really expecting It s fast paced, suspenseful and had me at the edge of my bed the whole time Bianca s writing helped a lot to keep me captivated with this book It s like she has multiple switches where she can be a contemporary writer one minute, and turn into a classical the next It s amazing I love it


  4. Jay Tria Jay Tria says:

    If In to Deep was summer fling, sexy trysts and gorgeous island, Peyton Riley is full on bad assery At each turn of the page, I was just enthralled by how Mori was able to do this How she even began conceptualizing the flawed characters, and the plot twists and turns How she was able to layout the setting so richly and beautifully I assume it was painstaking work, and that translated to an effortless albeit intense reading experience This one ends with another cliffhanger, and like with ITD If In to Deep was summer fling, sexy trysts and gorgeous island, Peyton Riley is full on bad assery At each turn of the page, I was just enthralled by how Mori was able to do this How she even began conceptualizing the flawed characters, and the plot twists and turns How she was able to layout the setting so richly and beautifully I assume it was painstaking work, and that translated to an effortless albeit intense reading experience This one ends with another cliffhanger, and like with ITD I m just glad I started this series when it s last book was already published


  5. Kathy Kathy says:

    I received an ARC eBook in exchange for an honest review Wow This mystery and intrigue of this series is mind blowing When you think you have it figured out Wham Another plot twist I loved Peyton and Carson s story Thrust together in a takedown assignment and yet there is still this undeniable smoldering chemistry between them Another cliffhanger ending that you won t see coming I can t wait for Book 3 I highly recommend this series


  6. Bookbed Bookbed says:

    These books are a great combination of sexy and fun, but lack just a small bit of action, acompelling romance to fully have my love However, give In Too Deep and Peyton Riley if you re looking for a quick fix of suspense and sexy Continue reading our review here.Please note We don t use ratings but for this purpose, we tag books with three stars by default Would like to be a reviewer contributor to Bookbed Sign up here We also accept review requests More info here. These books are a great combination of sexy and fun, but lack just a small bit of action, acompelling romance to fully have my love However, give In Too Deep and Peyton Riley if you re looking for a quick fix of suspense and sexy Continue reading our review here.Please note We don t use ratings but for this purpose, we tag books with three stars by default Would like to be a reviewer contributor to Bookbed Sign up here We also accept review requests More info here.


  7. Lucie Wyeth Lucie Wyeth says:

    Netherlands Belgium This trilogy moves, moves, moves, and I like it She takes shortcuts that are usually off limits in fiction, and they work, given how strong the characters are Minus the head hopping, but I don t even care, because SPIES IN BELGIUM I m a little bit mad I sat through Red Sparrow to get some spy stuff, when this is wayinteresting and entertaining, and done in a fraction of the time.


  8. Jamie Jamie says:

    Spies If the middle part is the best part, that s a good thing.


  9. Liana Smith Bautista | Will Read for Feels Liana Smith Bautista | Will Read for Feels says:

    Originally posted on WillReadForFeels.com.Up until recently, I d only read literary fiction and romance from local writers, so I ve been happy to seeandwriters branching out into other genres, or at least offering other types of plots besides straight up romance One of these is Bianca Mori, who turned a vacation fling in tropical paradise into somethingdangerous with her book In Too Deep, the first in her Takedown series.Now she s released the second book, Peyton Riley, and in Originally posted on WillReadForFeels.com.Up until recently, I d only read literary fiction and romance from local writers, so I ve been happy to seeandwriters branching out into other genres, or at least offering other types of plots besides straight up romance One of these is Bianca Mori, who turned a vacation fling in tropical paradise into somethingdangerous with her book In Too Deep, the first in her Takedown series.Now she s released the second book, Peyton Riley, and in it, she gives us a better idea of what s at stake, the true nature of our main characters to some extent , and their one of a kind skill sets Better yet, she slowly peels away the onionlike layers of the conspiracy her main characters are embroiled in, and already we can tell the next books are bound to be action packed.Even though Peyton Riley picks up where In Too Deep left off which I shall struggle not to spoil for those who haven t read the first book , readers will be pleased to know that itor less can be read as a standalone I sayor less because there are a few references that might be a bit confusing if you haven t read the first installation in this series, but these are relatively minor and shouldn t affect your enjoyment of the read too much.I ll admit that I felt a little disturbed by the character of Peyton Riley once I started to get to know who she was and what she did something I d been wondering about since Book 1 Her moral compass is heavily skewed, and there were things she d done in the past and talked about so matter of factly during the course of this book that I just plain wasn t comfortable with.But then I realized that was the awesomeness of this book I may not have liked Peyton as a character because of her attitude and values, but I definitely was not left unaffected by her There were moments when I wanted to rant at her, and I had moments where I wanted to sit her down and give her a concerned talking to my friends here in the Philippines would likely say my tita flag was definitely flying I was turning the pages half because I wanted to her to get clear of the danger that surrounded her and half because I wanted to see her get a much needed comeuppance But make no mistake those pages were turning, and fast When I wasn t reading the book, I found myself turning over the concept of a career in takedowns, which the author explained in a Goodreads QA post as having been expired by MMA In MMA terms, a takedown is when you literally take your opponent down to the ground, where you can inflict the most damage by trying to submit them or doing a ground and pound In my books, a takedown occurs when you prevent something from happening, like a wedding or a business merger, usually by engineering some sort of downfall or scandal And that s what Peyton does for a living I guess they re kind of like assassinations, except the targets are events, companies, and so on instead of people Which would make Peyton something like a corporate saboteur If you re a fan of the TV show Person of Interest, you ll understand what I mean when I say she d be like the anti Zoe Morgan And while I had a hard time wrapping my head about how a career in something like that would work in real life, while I was reading it, I found it believable, even cool in a totally immoral way.I have to add that I criticized the first book rather heavily on language and editing, and while I did note some issues, it was much, much easier for me to shush my inner editor while reading this one Perhaps it s because so much was going on that I was focused on the plot, not to mention that Mori spent a lot less time doing the literary equivalent of stopping to smell the roses in this volume, so any issues were less obvious Either way, I applaud this direction the author has decided to take her writing in and I hope my comments on the previous book weren t taken too personally.I should end this review with a warning because when I got to the last page of the book, I actually let out a growl of frustration Because it ends in a cliffhanger And while one part of my brain appreciates that this will guarantee that readers like me will keep an eye out for the next book in the series, the impatient part of me that likes to marathon book series in a single weekend is stomping her feet and pouting because I want to know what happens right now Since that s not possible, I think I ll spend a few minutes speculating on what I hope to see in the next bookinsight into Roi and why he terrifies Peyton so thoroughly, a glimpse into how Peyton is going to redeem herself as a character as well as get herself out of this increasingly sticky situation without losing whatever is left of her soul, and a crisis for the current love interest, Carson Varis because I want him to pick a side already


  10. kb kb says:

    It was only imperative that I went straight to reading this afterIn Too Deep , and I was pleased to find out that the plot just thickens.WHAT I LIKED about this was the author was able to createdimensions to the story and its characters, making meinvested in everything that was happening There is a very good balance between suspense and steam, which you don t get to see in a lot of romantic thrillers Most of the time, I get bored by the problem at hand, and focus instead on It was only imperative that I went straight to reading this afterIn Too Deep , and I was pleased to find out that the plot just thickens.WHAT I LIKED about this was the author was able to createdimensions to the story and its characters, making meinvested in everything that was happening There is a very good balance between suspense and steam, which you don t get to see in a lot of romantic thrillers Most of the time, I get bored by the problem at hand, and focus instead on the heat There is also the bonus of travelling to Amsterdam, which I ve never been before But having read this, I felt like I was roaming around the streets of the infamous red light district and of old, intricately designed buildings.WHAT I DIDN T LIKE about this was that I got scared of or for, I can t decide Peyton Riley In the first book, I really didn t connect with her deeply in spite of the title , so I was expecting to do that in this one Unfortunately, it made it all thedifficult I couldn t get past the darkness that surrounds her Maybe I ll try again in the next one EXTRA If you enjoy movies like Taken, or even Inception, this book floats on that same wavelength


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