Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Innocent in Las Vegas

I received a copy of Innocent in Las Vegas by A.R. Winters from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Private investigator by day, blackjack dealer by night, and cupcake-addict extraordinaire, Tiffany Black has just landed her first case. Casino owner Ethan Becker has been murdered, and Tiffany needs to find the real killer.

What should have been a simple matter of talking to a few suspects gets out of hand, and soon Tiffany finds herself fielding violent casino goons, a mysterious new bodyguard and strange masked men. Her poker-playing Nanna and pushy parents want Tiffany to settle down and get a nice husband, but Tiffany just wants to stay alive and solve the case, preferably with a few more cupcakes for good luck...

This was a good book that once I got into was hard to put down.  I was very surprised by the ending and didn't see it coming for sure.  Tiffany got her first case as a PI trying to prove that Ethan Becker's dancer turned millionaire's wife is innocent.  This might sound easy but a smoking gun has been found in her bedroom and everyone know's she married Ethan for his money.  Why wouldn't she kill him?

No comments:

Post a Comment