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Miranda was a character that you could easily be drawn to and the situations she found herself in. This was an up-n-down ride of highs and lows in her adventures to find the truth. Accusations and bullet flew through this one. The trips to one place or another did not stop her pursuer. She had to find out who and why. Along the way, she never expected or counted on the FBI. Even with Jakes working the case his own way they seem to find themselves working together a lot. Much happens in the process of getting answer. There are those that don’t want those answers to be found.
The Narrator . . . of CHASING THE DOLLAR (Miranda Vaughn Mysteries, #1) . . . Terri Schnaubelt had me drawn in to the world of Miranda Vaughn with her cadence that put me at ease. I loved the flow she provided with the various notes in her voice pitch and tone. I found the quality of the audio was smooth and professional. The timing was just what I needed.
I want to be entertained and this book does that. It has all the ingredients that I want in a story. Miranda is a strong, engaging heroine. Jake Barnes is the hot F.B.I. agent and love interest. These two characters alone are charismatic enough to make you want to read the sequel. The story line is well plotted and will keep you on your toes. Ms. Ashe is an accomplished writer and she takes a back seat to no one in her action sequences. Her dialogue is well written and flows naturally. Chasing the Dollar is a fun, entertaining read. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Miranda Vaughn has spent the last year fighting for her freedom when she is accused of a fraud involving her superiors. She loses her job at a prestigious investment firm, she loose her fiancé, and to top it off she loose her reputation. When Miranda decides to investigate her own case she finds a large scheme that involves more money than the 37 Million she was suspected of stealing from investors. When the danger heats up so does Miranda feelings for a certain FBI agent.
Miranda is a great characters who has the support of other minor characters her Aunt Marie, the lawyer Rob Froggs and her friend Sarah. I hope Ms. Ashe will bring out those in future novels. Miranda is an intelligent, and a punky person who loves numbers but has no idea that people do not have the same moral code she has. They do not care about the people who they scammed and only want her to finish what they started. Miranda has a heart and passion for the people she cares about and will do anything to keep them safe. Miranda crosses the globe, goes undercover and finds herself falling for FBI agent Jake whom she is not sure she can trust. After all he put the handcuffs on her.
This book has all the ingredients to make a great mystery with a strong heroine, a love interest for when the book has down time and enough chase scenes to keep you reading until the last the very last page. Chasing the Dollar book has great dialogue that is well written and has a natural flow never once causing the reader to be pulled out of a scenes. The story is well thought out and it had a natural flow from one scene to anther until you wish her second book was already out.
There is swearing but it doesn’t take away from the story it only flows with how the character is feeling.