Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Psychic Eye

Rating: 2.8 out of 5

Favorite Quote: “You’ve missed a lot of things. But mostly I think you’ve missed several opportunities to leave. Let me assist you to the door so that you won’t miss this next one.”

Summary: In Royal Oak, a suburb of Detroit, thirty-something Abby Cooper lives a life that's kind of like vanilla ice cream - good enough, but a little bland. Her work as a P.I. - Psychic Intuitive - can be rewarding, but she feels like somehow she's missing out on the hot-fudge topping...Now she's getting what she wished for - when a client winds up dead and the clues start pointing in Abby's direction. Turns out she knows too many details about the murder for her own good. To make matters worse, the hot blind date she just met is the lead investigator on the case. And gorgeous Detective Dutch Rivers is convinced she's a fraud. No matter how great her psychic abilities, Abby doesn't know if she can solve this case. Unfortunately for her, though, the killer thinks she can....

Review: This books was a fun and easy read. I went into it having low expectations, but I really enjoyed it. It had lots of good puns that had me laughing a little too loudly.  Abby, the protagonist, is fun, sassy, and relateable. The whole psychic thing may throw you off at first thought, but the way the author portrays Abby's "unique" abilities is light and simple. Dutch, her love interest, is a cop and a skeptic, so it's entertaining to see that dynamic work itself out. However, as much as I liked the story, it was kind of predicable. Definitely, not life changing, but overall it was a decent book.

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