A nice, normal life. Is that too much to ask? For Riley Thorn it is. Divorced. Broke. Living with a pack of elderly roommates. And those hallucinations she’s diligently ignoring? Her tarot card-dealing mom is convinced they’re clairvoyant visions.
Just when things can’t get worse, a so-hot-it-should-be-illegal private investigator shows up on her doorstep looking for a neighbor…who turns up murdered.
Nick Santiago doesn’t play well with others. Unless the “others” are of the female persuasion. Wink. He’s a rebel, a black sheep, a man who prefers a buffet of options to being stuck with the same entrée every night, if you catch his drift.
When the pretty, possibly psychic Riley lands at the top of the list of suspects, Nick volunteers to find out whodunit.
Only because he likes solving mysteries not because he wants to flex his heroic muscles for the damsel in distress.
All they have to do is figure out who pulled the trigger, keep the by-the-book detective with a grudge at bay, and deal with a stranger claiming he was sent to help Riley hone her psychic gifts. All before the killer discovers she’s a loose end that requires snipping.
What a refreshing read.
I laughed so much.
Riley is a psychic who is in denial about her gift. She has a vision about her neighbour being shot so when it comes to fruition she can't ignore the gift anymore especially when she gets involved in trying to solve the murder.
There is so much going on in this book, so much to keep you hooked and on your toes. Riley's mother, sister and all the women in her family are also psychics, basically, her whole family including her dad with his pet cow are all barmy. She has crazy geriatric neighbours and not forgetting the handsome private investigator Nick and his colleagues who also come along to add even more laughter and goodness to the plot.
So good. I cannot wait to read more of these books. Also brilliant in audio