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Is it worth buying? Absolutely! I paid full price the first day it came out and loved it. Can't wait for the next one!
Little does he know that she is a CIA in hiding and would not actually be arrested. Fortune would be ok but Carter's career would be ruined. Fortunately for swamp team three events outside of their control have given them a great opportunity to save both Carter and Fortune. They just have to solve a murder.
This is a wonderful addition to an already favorite series. I am excited to see where things go with Carter and Fortune. I am also eager to know when he will learn of her true identity. This is a series that will always keep you entertained and the mystery is well done with twists and turns. You never truly know what is going to happen next. I highly recommend!
Fortune’s not a “girly-girl,” (after all, she’s a CIA assassin), so the opening scenes with Ida and Gertie trying to help her get ready for the date are laugh-out-loud funny, and that humor is carried out through the rest of the book. I like the dialog in this book, both Fortune’s internal arguments, and the communication between all of the characters.
I also like how the author brings everyone up to speed on past history quickly, but in a light-handed way. You could read these out of order and not feel lost. There is a nice touch of romance, but the mystery never takes a back seat, another plus. And there’s a fair amount of action to keep things interesting. I am glad I have more books to catch up on in this series.