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Unpleasant Grove

Private detective Rhea Jensen feels as though she's sold her soul and the lives of all those close to her to the devil. She's already been warned by a powerful group called The Fours. Now she's just trying to keep herself out of trouble until the big meeting; to Rhea this means train hard and distance yourself from anyone you don't feel can take care of themselves. Especially Ty, her fiance and one person in the world she can't live without and it's really messing her up. When her best friend and reporter Kay practically demands Rhea help her out on a murder case, Rhea is torn, on the one hand she could really use the distraction. But on the other she could lose everything including her life and the lives of all those she cares about. When some midnight prowlers show up at her house she knows she can no longer sit on the sidelines, she must take action. But just what will the price she has to pay be?

Wow! This is one of my very favorite series with some of my very favorite characters. I love that it takes place around the area where I have lived in Salt Lake City. I feel as though I'm home when I read Rhea's adventures. I really like Rhea, normally she's a take charge, kick butt kind of girl, I really liked that we see a bit of vulnerability in this adventure. I like Ty and am always rooting for him to finally convince Rhea to marry him and live happily ever after. This story, including the ending was a satisfying continuation of Rhea's story, leaving me longing for the next chapter! Make sure to read these in order so you understand what's going on.

I bought the e-version of this book from Amazon.

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