Friday, August 13, 2010

What I'm Reading...



Here's the deets from Lois Greiman's website:

A homicide detective Jack Rivera has a killer body, a wicked smile, and a velvet touch. Just ask Christina McMullen. The cocktail-waitress-turned-psychologist has handled obsessed patients, love-struck drunks, and her own guilt-tripping mother with aplomb. But when it comes to the lieutenant, Chrissy has an old-fashioned case of irresistible attraction—until things turn fatal when Rivera is accused of murder!

Not only was Rivera found unconscious next to a dead woman, but the victim was his beautiful ex-girlfriend—who left Rivera for his wealthy dad. Chrissy detects a few father-and-son issues—along with plenty of evidence that her would-be boyfriend is guilty. But when she starts looking into the dead woman’s past, a rich senator’s connections, and Rivera’s relationship with his mother, will she discover there’s hope for her and Rivera after all? Or will her curiosity have deadly consequences?



I read the first two in this series years ago, and have just now gotten back to it. They're great fun,, and if you like the Stephanie Plum series, I think you'd like these. The voice is similar (very similar, imo) and the characters are fantastic.

I hope you have a fantastic day and a great weekend!!! Oh, and don't forget to watch the night sky for the meteor shower (midnight until sunrise is supposed to be the best time).

Peace and love,
Alannah

3 comments:

Liza said...

I'm reading an ARC of JK Beck's When Blood Calls. I got it at RWA and want to get a post up about it before the 8/31 release date. Hopefully I can finish it up this weekend. Really like it, but haven't had much time to read lately.

Silver James said...

Nooooo! I don't need any more books on my waiting list but dang, this one sounds like fun! *sigh*

I'm reading...Leslie's COLD SIGHT and Carly's KISS ME IF YOU CAN. (Just started it.)

Alannah Lynne said...

Sorry I didn't comment back earlier...

Liza, I'll be interested to see what you think. The title is...interesting. LOL

LOL, sorry Silver. But these books are great fun. I highly recommend them. :)