I’ve been a fan of Terri Blackstock’s work for years. I started with her Newpointe 911 and Suncoast Chronicles series. In the second book of her Moonlighter’s series, Distortion, our three sisters return for some more PI work, and once again, it’s personal. The action gets started on the very first page and had me turning pages until I reached the end.
Juliet Cole has an ideal life. A husband who loves her, two little boys and two sisters and a brother she is close to. Her world falls apart when she watches her husband get gunned down right in front of her. What’s even more disturbing is that the man she has lived with and loved for the past fifteen years was not the man she thought he was. As Juliet and her sisters, Cathy and Holly, along with their PI boss, Michael Hogan, search for answers, Juliet’s world is turned upside down. While Juliet struggles with this new knowledge about her husband, her faith and how much to tell her children as well as keeping them safe, Cathy and Michael struggle with the possibility of coming face to face with the man who murdered someone they each loved.
Distortion was definitely a page-turner that kept you reading until the end. You want to know what the truth behind Juliet’s husbands secrets is and you want Cathy and Michael to get their man. Blackstock does a good job of switching between several viewpoints so the reader gets the whole story. Book two is a stand-alone book, but you will get more character development and a little more understanding for this family if you read book one, Truth Stained Lies, first.
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