Saturday, June 29, 2013

Like finding a good man

Good books, like good men are hard to find.

Good men with jobs and good credit, like consistently talented author's are harder to find

Yet, I have met the works of Naima Simone ( have you read "Sweet Ultimatum? read my review). Her latest book, Gabriel: Secrets and Sins was offered to me as an ARC; I pounced. Literally, I was that girl in elementary class with her hand held high, squirming, and begging the teach; pick me! Please pick me!

And, Entangled Publishing obliged and I dove in!

Leah Bannon is an ex-cop turned PI investigating the unsolved murder of her beloved Uncle Richard  Gabriel Devlin—-the man she loves but can never have—-inexplicably stands in her way.

Only four people know the truth about Richard’s mysterious disappearance—-Gabriel and three childhood friends, who happen to all know our heoine, but have sworn to take that secret to the grave. A hidden enemy draws deadly secrets to the light, even if he has to kill to make it happen.
Yass, this is so good. I heart words, prose, poetry, floetry and this book has all of that wrapped up in a good mystery with a not so typical heroine.
I love that sweet, exotically beautiful Leah is the hardened cop, so strong, yet feminine. I like that Gabriel is falling apart, needing Leah, yet too stubborn to admit that it is time to move forward and take that chance before its too late.
Wow, I enjoyed this book. Seriously- can't wait to read this again and again.
p.s. my views were in no way influenced by the author or the publisher. Cause you know I try to keep things real!

click the link to read this book via Amazon or barnes and noble

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