Re-Published: July 7, 2020
This book was cute. It took me a bit to get through it because it didn’t really grab my attention. Or I’ve just been having focusing issues again. Either is a solid possibility. I really liked the crazy Greek family. Honestly, every book that has a Greek family in it they are all kind of cooky. But that’s what makes them unique. In this one we meet Ariana who has escaped her family to be a psych professor in Vermont but she returns to Jersey when news of her twin’s disappearance reaches her. She can’t believe that Zoe is dead so she does the only thing she can think of. That is go home and snoop for clues everyone. Someone had to have seen something. Little does she know that she is turning up a whole lot of trouble. She is shot at when she just goes for a stroll. That is when she meets Quinn who at first thinks that she is Zoe and can’t believe she would be out and about. Then he realizes that Ari is back in town to find answers to her twin’s disappearance. Answers that Zoe swore to him Ari wouldn’t come and get.
Through it all their attraction to each is what steered the storyline. While they both tried to stay alive in the crazy world that Ari has found herself in. It didn’t help that Quinn was an undercover cop who really couldn’t tell her anything. But it was super cute when he kept telling her little things to keep her safe and sane. Again I wasn’t sucked in by this book but I enjoyed it as a comfortable romance. It had just enough action to keep me interested in it and a good romantic storyline. I think that’s all I can ask really. Finally, I did receive a free copy of this book for an honest review.
—-“Nicholas said if I stole again he’d lock me in the monkey’s cage.” -Sam to Quinn—-