Top positive review
Competence (almost) outmaneuvers Conspiracy
Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2019
Finally! An intelligent female detective, who is competent, self-sufficient, and effective, teams up with an unusual (and of course HOT) ex-cop partner who is way more than what he first seems. I'm not usually a series fan (especially when there are many proofing errors), but I may very well have to invest in the next book to find out how Avery and Kain get on after solving (and more-or-less losing) their first case together. It's complicated at the conspiracy level but the story flows without confusion.
I'm taking off ½☆ for BAD proofing/editing, but fortunately, the far-reaching cult/ conspiracy as well as the fact that the couple, despite attraction, don't leap into bed, redeems that ½☆. But, authors! PLEASE! Before you "edit" your own work, learn when to use "me" (hint: it's the objective case – that is: you'd never say "few people know I," so why say "few people know my brother and I"?), and watch the indents, one wrong tab may slip by but all sorts of messy paragraph misalignment is a turn-off. Better choice: hire an editor or at least a proofreader.