Rookie Private Investigator Devyn Foster knows the pain of losing a family. It’s what fuels her determination to resolve the cases she’s assigned.
Her latest is finding a missing computer whiz who vanishes while working on a secret project for a tech company.
Things get complicated when a one-night stand with a devilishly handsome man becomes her biggest regret and distracts her from the case. The wild night set in her mind leaves her in an emotional spiral…
Will she cross paths with this enigmatic man again, who would sap her composure and divert her focus on the job?
Blue is the first book in The Carson Trilogy and sadly this one just didn’t work for me as I had hoped that it would. Maybe it was my mood when I read this or maybe it was the book but it fell flat to me, the characters were one dimensional and I could not connect with them unfortunately. I so badly wanted to like Blue, I really did, but I did not. As always form your own opinion because what didn’t work for me, may work for you.
Kimber Nilsson is a fan of crime dramas, is a romance addict, and history buff. Kimber is bicoastal, loves to travel, is an avid foodie, and an unapologetic reviewer of books, restaurants, and travel destinations. She is an amateur photographer and lover of all kinds of art.