Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Review: Falling for the P.I. by Victoria James

Falling for the P.I.


Professor Kate Abbott's fresh start in Still Harbor was the beginning of the life that she and her two best friends always imagined for themselves. Still, being a working single parent of a special needs daughter hasn't exactly improved Kate's love life. But Kate's preference for nachos over men quickly disappears when she meets the oh-so-sexy Matt Lane.

Until she finds out he's a cop.

Matt is a former cop-turned-private investigator, and he knows fear when he sees it. A cop clearly spooked Kate…or hurt her. Still, something about the gorgeous professor catches his attention, and despite his “no settling down” policy, he can't resist her. But all of the attraction in the world won't be enough to overcome Kate's past.

5-Stars Review

An exceptional read! I enjoyed this book very much, especially because I loved both main characters. Although its different from usual Bliss titles but I didn't mind that. Kate and Matt's story was worth the read.
Matt is ex-cop and a P.I. Kate is a high school teacher. There is some mystery around Kate's early life which adds intrigue and made it even more good. She has adopted a girl with Downs syndrome. Life is not easy for her girl and her. They are happy though and she feels as if finally her life is going on track. Then Matt enters their lives and things change. She has never had a relationship before. Her daughter, sisters and nieces are all that matters to  her. Matt shows her what she has been missing in life and now she doesn't want to let him go... until her past ghosts come to haunt her,
It is touching story which shows hardships of life as well as all that is good. Book is well-written and I like all the characters.