Good start to a new mystery series with a new mother as sleuth. Editing and proofreading could be better. The main character mentions her pelvic pain too much for my liking. I've had two children and didn't complain that much. A little profanity that didn't add to the story. I'll read the next in the series.
This is my least favorite book in the Mommy-track series. Between the concerns for children safety and the plight of the LA street element the author was on her "soapbox" quite a bit. I had to skip sections just to get through the book. Depending on the subject, and if the author writes more in the series, this may be my last Mommy-track mystery. If I want to be confronted with this subject matter I can turn on the news. Not what I look for in a novel.
Better for a younger child who still uses a pacifier throughout the day. Is not helping with my 2 year old who only uses it for sleep. He doesn't look at it and doesn't want me to read it. It was worth a try.
Haven't enjoyed this one as much as her others. I keep waiting for the suspense and I'm almost at the end. One thing that bugs me about (some) Love Inspired Suspense novels is they repeat the "fear" the main characters have of getting involved with each other WAY TOO OFTEN. It really weights down the flow of the story, in my opinion.