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Ruby continues to show compassion, and has a nose for finding trouble and wanting to solve it to help others. It is nice to continue to see her grow as a character, trying to shed her tabloid image while moving forward with both her acting and with the business she is partnered with Hari. The characters are well developed, well written and with great dialogue. I really enjoyed the progression of the series in relationship to the dynamic between Ruby and Hari, and how Ruby herself is growing.
The plot is great, as are the characters and this is a good follow up to the first two book. I don't want to rehash the plot, but there is enough action and humor to really keep your attention.
I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
A chase ensues with Ruby and Hari trying to track down Zeke, the IT guy who sold some of the customer information, as well as Dragos Luca, the mastermind of the operation and an evil merciless killer.
There is nonstop action and suspense which made me want to keep reading to find out how it would end.
Ruby Delaney (aka Ruby Danger) is once again working as an actress however, there is a break and she is becoming bored. Therefore she sets off to Las Vegas with her agent Felicity Chan. At the same time we find Hari, Ruby’s flutter generator and super fraud sleuth, in his parent’s home in London suffering from depression. Then there is Sam Mitchel Ruby’s fight director and soon occupying Felicity’s dreams. As the story develops the author will introduce you to a young Samurai want to be, a sweet old mother and son, a shady bank manager who controls the sweet old lady’ mortgage. Of course all good mystery has a chorus line of thugs with an evil lead dancer.
In the first scene, Ruby’s car and the old woman have an intimate event. The play fades to London as Hari slowly climbs out of depression only to fall into a new fraud investigation with advantages (a dream make-believe wife and penthouse.)
The author takes this set of well filled out characters and brings it all together, stages it in a storm drain across from the homeless shelter in Henderson. The result is a great companion for an evening when a good mystery brings a day to a wonderful end.
By the way, the end addresses that question that all true Ruby Delaney fans have been asking since book one; however does it really answer that question?
I read book 1 in series, but skipped directly to book 3. You can read it as a stand alone, but I'm absolutely going to read book 2 as Ruby is turning into a very resourceful and intelligent woman. After the chaos in which we left her in book 1, with no money, no career and no marriage, she has made a great come back.
This time she is in Vegas, where instead of relaxing and having fun, she stubbornly does what she thinks is right.
Her business partner Hari, in the meantime, is in London depressed and doing nothing. When his neighbor, who happens to be the owner of the luxury hotel in Vegas where Ruby is staying, hires him to find the person who is selling confidential information, he reluctantly agrees and stumbles into Ruby.
Great book, great characters!
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.