Only a few weeks into her new job as a private investigator, Lexi Graves thinks she may have bitten off more than she can chew with her first solo cases.
In between going undercover as a plush pony at a “Bronie” conference and following her cheating brother-in-law, she’s got a saboteur-turned-killer to catch and a missing woman to find. Two of her cases may be connected, but how?
There’s no short list of suspects to investigate, but the closer Lexi gets to the killer, the more her life is put in jeopardy. Trying to avoid being framed for a murder she didn’t commit, Lexi knows her luck is running out.
To make matters worse, her boyfriend, sexy detective, Adam Maddox, thinks she’s out of the PI game faster than she got into it. Her boss, the mysterious Solomon, meanwhile, hopes to get her between the sheets by night, as well as solving cases by day, and Lexi’s "just say no" resolve might not be as fortified as she believes.
All she wants is to be taken seriously and there’s only one way she can do that—solve the cases, no matter what.
Also in the series:
Armed and Fabulous
Who Glares Wins
Shock and Awesome
Weapons of Mass Distraction
Laugh or Death
Kissing in Action - out December 24th!
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This is a fun series - likable characters, lots of adventures, smattering of romance. The two things I'm not thrilled about are the love triangle, and the fact that I have pegged the killer early on in both books (this being book 2 in the series). I prefer being blindsided by the killer's identity, but instead I've been yelling at Lexi that it's obviously This Person, how can she not see that?? As for the triangle...Solomon may be hot, but he's obviously a player.
I'm now moving on to book 3 and hope I don't peg the killer by the third chapter.
The 2nd installment of the Lexi Graves series is a real page turner. Camilla Chafer doesn't waste time getting the action started. And the romantic interplay is very engaging as well.
Her best friend, Lily, has a smaller part in this book, which is too bad; she's a kick! My only disappointment is that Camilla always drops a not-so-subtle clue that enables the reader to figure out the culprit, yet somehow, Lexi doesn't until she gets, literally, hit over the head.
Oh well, I guess it's not so terrible to be smarter than a P. I.!!!
Read the first two in this series, and really enjoy her work. Great storylines and characters.