Daughters of Bad Men

Jamie Rush understands what it takes to disappear because her parents taught her that long ago. Leveraging her knowledge of why and how people run from their own lives, Jamie has built a business based on bringing those in hiding back to answer for their actions. She takes pride in using her somewhat shady skills to work both inside and outside the law.

When her estranged brother, Brian, calls and says his daughter is missing, Jaime initially turns down the case. Kristen has always been a bit wild, frequently dropping off the grid then showing up a few days later. But Brian swears this time is different, and even though Jamie vowed years ago to keep her conniving sibling at arm’s length, she can’t walk away if Kristen could be in real trouble.

As Jamie begins digging into Kristen’s life, she uncovers her niece’s most guarded secrets. Uncovering the truth will put a target on Jamie’s back and endanger the lives of those she loves.

My Review

I liked this book. Jamie displays strength and intelligence. This really is a fast read. There was plenty of action to keep the storyline moving along at a good pace. The only thing is that as much as I did enjoy this book and the lead character, I had a bit of trouble connecting with the rest of the characters within the story. Therefore, it does not matter how good a storyline is if the characters doing grab you and connect with you. Yet, from what I read and liked about this book; makes me want to read more by this author. I feel like with the right elements I could really come to enjoy this author a lot. You could say that this book tickled me fancy. Daughters of Bad Men is worth a look and read.


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