You may not have heard of me, but no worries. Detroit knows me. I’m the old money that new money tries to be. Elite company that you wish you could be in. But if you’re ever lucky enough to get to see my life up close, you’d find that what I want more than anything is to be like you. No privileges. No status. No trust funds. The life I have, the same you seek, is costing me and I knew of only one way out. My escape was the reason for my downfall.
When I’m finally close to it, I meet the man who attempts the impossible.
He tries to convince me to live.
She is a job, the final payment for a debt owed. I’m not supposed to want her, but I have to have her. When she offers me money to kill her, I make her a deal instead. Now I’ve got seven days to change her mind or risk losing her forever.
Convincing Bet to live will be the toughest job I’ve ever had. The payoff will be worth it… as long as we both live to see it.
Convincing Bet begins when Rio has a job to do and it involves a woman named Bet.
Bet is at the end of her rope, she's ready for life to end. She's lost everything that's ever mattered to her, and when she meets Rio she feels that this will be her last thing she has before she's gone.
But, Rio came in this wanting one thing, and then he actually meets Bet and wants another. Now, he knows it's life or death and he must find away to convince her to live for him! This will be his greatest challenge, but nothings fair in love and and war.
This book was actually really good, and very heartbreaking as well. I really loved Rio and Beth's relationship, and I loved how Rio wasn't afraid to put his feelings on the line to prove to her she was it for him.
I did get annoyed with Bet at times, but I also felt deeply for what she went through, because that is something that would be horrible to experience, and I can't imagine how she continued to live like that.
The whole plot line was pretty good too, and there were a whole lot of sexy times as well. I look forward to more by this author, this one was another good one!