When your family is as much a friend as an enemy, there is no one to trust.
I am Javier Almanza.
No one can touch me.
No one can hurt me.
Mari Belle Dominguez.
I was hyped to read Cartel Bitch after reading Hellions Ride On in the Windy In The City Anthology. I wanted to see what would happen from that tidbit, to say I’m happy after reading it would be an understatement. This book had drama, it had passion, blossoming romance, violence, betrayal, and angst. I devoured it in one sitting because it had me captivated wanting to see what would happen next! I loved that it was set in both the past and the present with duel point of views from both main characters plus the one chapter of the daughter. I cannot wait to read the next book in this duet to see how this ends. – Reviewed by Codie
I was eager to read this after reading the Devil’s Due series. Cartel B!tch is filled with passion, suspense, and revenge. I was hooked for the beginning and couldn’t put this down. Chelsea Camaron writes the perfect anti-hero and you can’t help but feel everything right along Mari Bella. I am usually not a fan of cliffhangers but I am on the edge of my seat waiting for Cartel Queen! – Reviewed by Christiann
‘In that moment, I fell hard and fast. I fell for a bitter boy. I fell for a broken boy. I fell for a battered by life boy.’
Mari and Javi are just kids trying to survive gang ridding streets and towns. It’s hard to see them struggling especially when the boss wants Mari.
Fast forward years later when Mari’s brother does the unthinkable. I think I’m more heartbroken for her than watching Javi just think she left him. Those cliffhangers the author deals out always cuts sharper than a knife. It was a brutal torture chapter after chapter over many, many years… It cuts off at the good part of course but this reader is dying to get her hands on more… – Reviewed by Sallie
Chelsea Camaron is a small town Carolina girl with a big imagination. She is a wife and mom chasing her dreams. She writes contemporary romance, erotic suspense, and psychological thrillers. She loves to write blue-collar men who have real problems with a fictional twist. From mechanics to bikers to oil riggers to smokejumpers, bar owners, and beyond, she loves a strong hero who works hard and plays harder.