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Blind Trust by Sandra Orchard

Sometimes it seems like when trouble comes, it continues to pile up until it is too much to bear. Kate Adams might say this is true of her life, especially through the events of Blind Trust by Sandra Orchard.

Kate Adam name was cleared from the murder of her best friend. But when she unknowingly uses counterfeit money to pay for groceries, she is once again thrown into the spotlight of suspicion. Working Detective Tom Parker, Kate is also well aware of the budding romance. But both she and Tom find that with all of the other things going on, it is very difficult for their romantic interest to get off of the ground. As Kate continues to work and the investigation continues, more strange events and threats to Kate come along leaving everyone on edge. Can they get to the bottom of the case before it is too late?

When this book arrived and I saw that is was number 2 a series, I thought it was going to be difficult to read since I have not read the first book. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I hardly thought about missing that first book at all. The author did a great job giving a bit of information from the first book to keep the story going, but created another story that stood just fine on its own. The plot was engaging and that characters nicely complicated. A great read and one that I did not want to put down. And now I am bummed I have to wait almost a whole year for the last book in the series to come out.


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