Danger is a way of life for Rock Pounder, so when the DEA asks him to recover $250 million in drug money hidden somewhere in Mexico, the 10% finder s fee makes the risk worthwhile for Rock and his team. The money comes from an Asian drug lord for the purchase of drug routes into the United States from a Mexican cartel, which makes twice as much danger for Rock and his team. When his beautiful publisher Penelope Dickens Frost finds herself in possession of a key that leads to the drug money, Rock finds trouble on more levels than he ever expected. Penelope is one of the only women who hasn t immediately fallen for Rock s charms, but things heat up as the two of them race across the Mexican desert on Rock s dirt bike, with Mexican drug lord El Raton in hot pursuit. From Dallas to Cabo San Lucas and into mainland Mexico, Rock and Penelope follow the money trail, with Rock s unique team aiding in the escapade. But someone on the inside is betraying them. And publisher Penelope Dickens Frost proves to be almost more than even Rock Pounder can handle in this high-octane thriller, the second book in the Rock Pounder series."
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Rock Pounder is an adventure rider and a legend well known among adventure riders, women, and spies at least. He takes part in black ops the sort of ops the government agencies do not want to get their hands dirty handling. It is a risky business but the fee makes it all worthwhile. In this, the second book of the series Pounder has his hands full. He's being betrayed from the inside ad his publisher Penelope is immune to his charms rather hard for Pounder to accept. After all women cannot help but fall for him. Harrold writes a combustible thriller interspersed with humour and the ever frequently rolled fat one. Ever wondered why weed has not been stamped out. Well Harrold's novel might well have the answer. It appears that the very folks charged with fighting the menace smoke the stuff. Why they even seem to be connoisseurs of the stuff. Would you know it there is actually a qualitative difference in weed from different places i.e. Mexican pot is lower grade compared to say Kush or Northern lights a much higher grade. Well at least according to Pounder not having succumbed to it myself, I would not know. Not much of an incentive to stamp it out eh. Lol. Harrold does manage to hold ones attention throughout the novel with his raw urban style. Despite the overwhelming odds will Pounder and his team be successful eventually. Moreover, what is the outcome with Penelope? Great read on a journey or during dark winter nights. Heck it would also do as a light summer read.