by Jessica Gadziala
Series: Investigators #1
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
on November 11, 2016
Genres: Romantic Suspense
I'm not crazy.
It's not amnesia.
But I somehow lost a year of my life.
When the cops and doctors think you're out of your mind, but you still need answers, where else is there to turn but a private investigator?
Sawyer is nothing you'd want in a friend- a little detached, cool, sarcastic, cocksure. But he's everything you'd want in a private investigator- calm, capable, experienced, and just jaded enough by the darkness he'd seen to take a chance on some random girl who insists something more sinister must have happened to her than simple memory loss.
But thrown together, trying to get to the root of my mystery, feelings that were most definitely not client/professional start to emerge.
I am a hug Jessica Gadziala fan. When I saw this book, I knew I just had to read it. There’s just something raw, dark, and thrilling about her books that entertain me no end.
All in all, this was a solid read. I really liked the heroine because even if she was victimized, abducted, and dumped, losing a year and two days of her life, she was still herself before being abducted. She had principles, a strong mind, and a brave spirit. I also enjoyed the hero because he was stable. He was also a bit funny and very loyal, especially to family.
The suspense and mystery in the book was predictable, but not outright. Once all the characters were mentioned, it was easy to guess who the perp was. But it was still fun to read how they solved the problem and just how much help the rest of the gang were. When I started this book, I didn’t know that this would be a first book in the series. But now that I know there are going to be books on the gang after this, well, I’m already excited and looking forward to them.
“You might want to ease up on the perfume.”
“I’m not wearing perfume.”
“Sure you are. I think it’s called ‘Ode To Get The Fuck Away From Me’.” I looked at her face quickly enough to see her have to force her lips to stay in a straight line.
“Apparently I need to go put on some more,” she said.