Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Knight & Day by Kathryn J. Bain

Trubleh Lawrence has a lot on her mind.  She recently divorced when her husband left her for an OLDER woman.  To make matters worse, Trubleh discovered them in the act, let us say, before she knew she needed a divorce at all.  That kind of thing can warp a woman.

So Trubleh leaves her home in Louisiana to move near her family in Jacksonville, Florida.  She begins the search for a new job and a new life.  She is excited for her next interview, to be an assistant for a private investigator.  When she arrives a bit early, she enters the office and finds her prospective boss dead.  NOT ANOTHER DEAD BODY!!!  She hears someone coming and tries unsuccessfully to hide.  The intruder is a gorgeous guy.  Trubleh is determined to stick to her new policy - no men, no matter how handsome.  But Mace, as he calls himself, pays no attention to the policy.  He pays a lot of attention to Trubleh, which rattles her resolve.

Thus begins the roller coaster ride of Knight & Day by Kathryn J. Bain.  The fourth book by this talented author, it is a smoothly blended story filled with humor from quirky characters, warmth from developing relationships, and true suspense for a touch of danger.  Someone is after Trubleh, but the suspects keep dying.  It is an exciting read with a surprising conclusion.

If you like your stories well-balanced with comedy, warmth, and suspense, this one is for you.

Congratulations on another job well done, Ms. Bain!

A name can mean a lot. You expect a Jasper to be the CEO of a company. Name your son Phineas, well, he might get beat up a lot. However if you chose to call your daughter Trubleh (True blay), you get what you ask for.
Trubleh Lawrence makes a habit out of discovering dead bodies. When the police look to her as a suspect, she has no choice but to search for the killer. If that’s not bad enough she has to deal with a grandmother who has visions, a co-worker who makes the Wicked Witch of the West look like Shirley Temple, and a guy who constantly reminds her that celibacy is hard when a hot male's around.
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