City by the Bay (Baby Girl Book 3) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The story surrounds the trials and adventures of a girl, seemingly born into poverty to a drug addicted mother. Finding herself completely alone, and unaware of her mother’s death, the girl heads out into the world on her own. The story moves along through her subsisting on dumpster trash and living under a bridge to a life of luxury in Paris and beyond. In the interim, the protagonist creates life long friendships, lives life on the run, falls in love, experiences great highs and lows, successes and devastating loss … as she delves into her past.
There are some incredibly fortuitous coincidences that will force the reader to stretch the imagination, but hey … this is fiction, not real life. Ergo … fun. I don’t believe you’ll be able to simply read Book 1. You’ll find yourself sucked in and rooting for the character. Enjoyed!
The author gives readers a fast-moving story of life on the run with her Baby Girl series. Klass provides twists and turns in her plot, and doesn’t hesitate to load her story with conflict and challenges for her mysterious protagonist.
As a reader, I found it interesting how Klass puts her main character through a variety of roles that most people couldn’t fathom, and yet there is that consistent thread of believability woven throughout.
In many respects, Klass’s Baby Girl series reminds me of the long-lasting popular TV series, The Fugitive, by Roy Huggins. Baby Girl is a suspense-filled depiction of the “hunted on the hunt.” And Baby Girl is current day, real time, back to back, clock-ticking excitement, and made significantly different with Klass’s female protagonist. Baby Girl is a read that will whet your appetite for more of the series.
Baby Girl is a series worthy of Five Gold Stars shining in the light of day. But as readers, we’ll have to wait for Klass to bring from the shadows of the street the conclusion. Author’s choice; we’re waiting Ms. Klass!
The Baby Girl series is one that you really need to read in order:
Baby Girl - In The Beginning - Baby Girl Book 1
Moonlighting in Paris - Baby Girl Book 2.
City by the Bay - Baby Girl Book 3
Book 3 starts by giving you a small glimps of what happened in book 1 and 2.
In book 2, Cleo decides that she needs to get away from Paris and heads to the city by the Bay -- again she gets another identity and has a new profession. She starts working with La Tige Detective Agency -- but don't worry, you are going to have to read the book to find out exactly what does happen.
I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series!!!
She makes her way to San Francisco and gains some strong allies and of course another love interest. She seems to be breaking hearts wherever she goes. She is now Shanna Nu and although she stays in CA for quite a while this time – her search will lead her to the Big Apple next.
The books are interesting and short enough to make you want to keep going. She may not be my most favorite character, but I’m hooked on the mystery!
I voluntarily reviewed this book after requesting it from the publisher.
As Shanna Nu she gets a job for San Francisco based La Tige investigative services. She discovers more about the woman she thought was her Mum and old wounds are opened up when familiar names crop up once more.
With more answers yet to find, the story will continue in the next book.
I've read all three books in this series so far and this book was back on track for me, I would recommend reading all the books in order to fully understand all the back story.
This review is abased on a free copy of the book given to me by the author.