- File Size: 1237 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Publisher: Carina Press (January 1, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 29, 2018
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076PLV4XL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,627 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Murder, mystery, intrigue and a bit of the unusual A Grave Search catches Julie starting over. She is sober. She is in love with Garrett. She is making new friends and she has her own business. But she is still fragile and working her way through past issues and discovering who this new Julie is.
Julie is emotionally bullied into taking a case to search the body of a missing girl who was kidnapped and killed. She ends up finding more than anyone expected.
I absolutely love this series and want more, more, more. I want to follow Julie on her path and see if she and Garrett can make a go of it. I want to see her take her business on the road. I want to see her succeed.
Can Julie find the missing girl? Can she uncover the truth and deal with the past that seems to be popping back up?
I tell you these books are amazing. They keep you guessing and on the edge of your seat. I was biting my nails and there were definitely some “oh shit” moments! The adventures that Julie goes on are something else. She is a very brave and strong woman. She deals with some really heavy stuff, that a normal person would buckle under that kind of pressure. I am also loving the chemistry between her and Garrett. He is a sexy alpha male who is very protective. It makes me laugh at some of his antics.
In this book though Wendy introduces a new character Tracey. She is a new friend for Julie, where she has no friends. It is a budding new relationship and I hope to see more from Tracey in the next books. She seems to be someone who Julie can use in her life to help her balance the crazy.
We also find out the long asked question, “What really happened to Molly Arsentault?” Julie’s mom.
I am a big fan of Wendy Roberts. I started out reading her books The Ghost Duster Mysteries. Her books have a strong female characters with unique abilities. I like that aspect of her books. This aspect makes for great storylines with wonderful plots that keep the mystery. Her books hold the reader’s attention, flowing smoothly at a steady pace and are highly entertaining.
I am so in love with this series and can not wait to see what adventures Julie gets into next.
I enjoyed Roberts' A Grave Calling so much I bought the next in the series, and I'm not unhappy about my decision at all. This book had much of the same suspense and mystery, but Julie, the heroine, had more of a sense of maturity about her, I thought, in this book. And I liked the development of her relationship with Garrett, the older but hunky FBI agent. All in all, an excellent second-in-the series book and well worth reading.
Even though I had no trouble following the story line, I would encourage you to read them in order. There are references to the first book throughout this one.
Both books grabbed my attention and even had me reading them WHILE my hands were getting a manicure and I had to switch pages of my Ebook with my nose. (TMI? I'm sure I looked funny in the nail salon) Lol
I've read Wendy Roberts for years. I love this series and an earlier series by her (Ghost Dusters Mysteries).
Both have good mystery stories with a psych ability of some sort element.
Sometimes, the answers aren't what you want or expect. Tightly written plot, convincing characters
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