Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Book Review Curious Minds
Title: Curious Minds
Author: Janet Evanovich and Phoef Sutton
Stars: 5 out of 5
Curious Minds is a quirky book with an endless supply of color for characters who will make you scratch your head and laugh.
The writing is up beat and never once lose it flow as well as the banter between Emerson and Riley. The main characters are well developed each having a drive and reason for what they do. The banter will get a little old and might get you a little lost if you are not paying attention but for the most part it is a fun read.
Each characters is just as odd as the next but all seem to have a reason to be in the book.
I can't wait to read the next on in the series.
Advance Copy from Netgalley
Janet Evanovich, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, teams up with Emmy-winning writer Phoef Sutton for a brand-new series of thrillers featuring the invincible and incompatible pairing of Knight and Moon.
Emerson Knight is introverted, eccentric, and has little to no sense of social etiquette. Good thing he’s also brilliant, rich, and (some people might say) handsome, or he’d probably be homeless. Riley Moon has just graduated from Harvard Business and Harvard Law. Her aggressive Texas spitfire attitude has helped her land her dream job as a junior analyst with mega-bank Blane-Grunwald. At least Riley Moon thought it was her dream job, until she is given her first assignment: babysitting Emerson Knight.
What starts off as an inquiry about missing bank funds in the Knight account leads to inquiries about a missing man, missing gold, and a life-and-death race across the country. Through the streets of Washington, D.C., and down into the underground vault of the Federal Reserve in New York City, an evil plan is exposed. A plan so sinister that only a megalomaniac could think it up, and only the unlikely duo of the irrepressibly charming Emerson Knight and the tenacious Riley Moon can stop it.
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