This book had everything I like in a book: a good mystery, a bit of romance, and a little danger and suspense. Everything was well described and I had an easy time picturing the surroundings even though I have never been to Charlestown. I thought the idea of having the main character be a dogwalker made for a unique heroine. I didn't have a good guess as to who the real culprit was until toward the end so it made for a good read. I really enjoyed watching the plot unfold. It only took me a few hours to read this one and I have actually read it twice since I received my copy.I usually don't prefer modern fiction as much a historical but I really enjoyed this one! I look forward to reading more from these authors.I received a free copy of this book from the publishers to review.
This book definitely has a style that is different from Dees normal writing, but that is to be expected since it was co-written. The suspense element was good and the plot ended in a way that I never saw coming. I had guessed one part of the Robin Hood thief very early on, but was surprised at how the whole story intertwined with other characters personal stories. I didnt connect with this book as well as with Dees other books, but I still really liked it. And if Dee and Mark ever write another book together then I will definitely be reading that one too.
I enjoyed the 'setting', the characters were believable and the story line worth following. I found it to be somewhat predictible but enjoyed the book anyway. I appreciate some humor (actually like lots of it) along w/the different turns and twists involved. Keep it up..I'll read more of yours!
Rylee Monroe is a dog walker in the historic district of Charleston. When a string of burglaries begins to target some of the wealthy families of Charleston, the only thing the victims have in common is Rylee as their dog walker. Rylee, now a suspect, tries to clear her name. She teams up with Logan Woods, a reporter following the case who hopes to get it published as a true-crime book. As they try to discover who is stealing from her clients, it become obvious that Rylee seems to be at the center of everything. So, is Rylee the thief or a victim like her clients? You'll have to read the book to find out!!