Author: Maggie Kavanagh
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages/Word Count: 206 Pages
At a Glance: Blind Spot is another welcome addition to my faves library.
Reviewed By: Kim
Blurb: Living together is bliss for Sam Flynn and Nathan Walker, but things never stay quiet for long in Stonebridge. On the night of Sam’s twenty-ninth birthday, the much-hated mayor of Stonebridge is found dead at his home. Sam suspects foul play, but just as he starts investigating the list of possible culprits, Nathan gets word of a new undercover assignment—one that includes a mysterious, sexy new partner. Though Sam struggles to trust Nathan and control his jealousy during Nathan’s absence, the stress makes a return to the bottle seem not only tempting, but inevitable—especially when Nathan starts avoiding his calls.
Yet Nathan’s fidelity isn’t the only thing on Sam’s mind. A visit from the mayor’s ex-assistant puts Sam in the line of fire, and he’s drawn into a complex web of duplicity spanning back to the night of his parents’ accident. Sam’s journey to uncover the truth about what really happened threatens to unravel long-held beliefs about his parents and puts his relationship with Nathan to the ultimate test.
Review: It’s Sam’s twenty-ninth birthday, and it’s during his party that it’s announced the Mayor has died of a heart attack. No biggie since there’s really no love lost between the town and the somewhat shady Mayor. It’s the phone call Nathan receives from his boss the following day about a new assignment, though, that causes a stir with Sam.
In the meantime, Sam is doing follow-up work on the death of the town’s Mayor, and the plot thickens as one thing after another starts to fall into place as to why Sam’s parents’ death no longer is considered an accident.
Maggie Kavanagh has become an auto-read-author for me. She weaves a very intriguing story that is full of twists and turns and again, I was surprised by who the real culprit was. The Stonebridge Mysteries series just gets better and better. I really love these books, and Blind Spot is another welcome addition to my faves library.
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