Hacker Heart by JB Heller EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: JB Heller
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HAND OUTSTRETCHED, I WIGGLE MY FINGERS AND CACKLE WITH GLEE. “PAY
up losers!” My sisters grumble and bitch me out under their breaths, but they
all give up the goods. I smile as I tally my winnings.
“Are you seriously counting it?” Snow grouses with a scowl.
“You’re just sore because I won. You all thought the dean banging both
Neil’s mom and his girlfriend was far too scandalous for a little town like
Shiloh Springs. I can’t believe you’re all so shocked. Small towns are where
Ariel eyes me from across the booth. “But the dean isn’t even good
looking. I don’t get the appeal.”
I shrug. “Probably boredom on the mom’s part and likely something to do
with grades on the girlfriend’s end.”
It’s Friday night and we’re crammed into a booth at Jack’s Bar and Grill.
Our baby sister Kida took in her last skipper and handed in her resignation
from the family business this afternoon. We’re celebrating her new career
But it feels kind of weird, like it’s not something we should be happy
Keeds isn’t cut out for our line of work—not many are. Bounty hunting is
a tough gig that requires skill and coordination. While she has the skills, she’s
severely lacking in the coordination department. Most of the skippers Keeds
has apprehended—or more accurately incapacitated—have involved an
accident of some description.
Yet, somehow, she never ended up being the one to sustain the injuries.
Her targets, however, weren’t so lucky. Personally, I think it’s a gift. One
time, she was about to cuff a perp and he yanked his arm out of her grasp,
making her stumble. Somehow her taser went off, nailing the dude in the
It was absolutely brilliant.
Sitting opposite me, she’s picking at her nail polish and it’s making me
twitchy. I place a hand over hers, then wait for her to meet my gaze. “What’s
Keeds swallows, then glances at our other sisters before licking her lips
and saying, “Do you guys think I’m a failure?”
My brows furrow, and I shake my head. “Of course not.”
“Why would you even think that?” Meg—the oldest of the five of us—
Snow throws her arm around Kida’s shoulders and gives her a little
squeeze. “You feeling sorry for yourself again? I thought we’d been through
this. You’re a badass, end of story. Who cares that your methods were…
unorthodox. You still got the job done most of the time. Nobody has a
hundred percent success rate.”
“Yeah, but I quit. I’m giving up.”
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