Title: Sleuthing with the Enemy
Author: Danielle Hardgrave
Published: June 9, 2017 by Caldwell Publishing
Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, $2.99 on Kindle.
Blurb: Somebody just stole a valuable artifact from the Helsen archives, and Annemette Helsen—a very pissed off werewolf—is going to make sure they pay for it.
There’s just one problem: Anna’s only suspect is the arrogant vampire prince, Jonas Weiss. He’s cocky, frustrating, and a little bit sexy. Okay, a lot sexy.
He also claims to be innocent, so the fact that she just broke into his home and attacked him is problematic.
And his price for keeping silent about the whole debacle? Downright devious.
Review: I am very, very interested in when the next book comes out. There has to be another book because Benji is still in the wind and the theft has not been solved.
Again, the book was oddly compelling and kept me reading even when I had a big issue with Anne. Now I enjoy a sassy girl as much as the next reader but, the childish way she acted just started to get old and ruined the romantic aspect of it so when they were tearing each others clothes off, I felt nothing.
Jonas was a hoot to read, getting those little glances of him behind the alpha male just made me think of a nerdy jock.
The writing probably could have had a little more meat on its bones and I’m not to sure about them kind of forgetting about the cuff near the end? Like it was this big thing and it just kind of….faded to the background. The pace also seemed to drag until she found her growth.
All-in-all, I liked it and would recommend to those looking for a little light mystery/romance.
Thank you for reading my review.