Title: Flight Risk (The Booking Agent #2)
Author: Cherie Priest
I will say I didn't read the first book in the series. The author does bring readers up to date quickly at the beginning of the story in kind of a book dump. Quickly moves into the current story which is 100% beyond unrealistic which might be why lots of romance readers enjoy this author so much.
The story is simple, easy to read, and nothing truly stand out. The characters are odd and charming, and the story moves quickly and yet after putting it down. I couldn't remember the book and what it was about.
Thank you to Netgalley for a copy of Flight Risk by Cherie Priest.
When psychic travel agent Leda Foley is approached by a man searching for his sister, she quickly agrees to help. The missing woman disappeared with a vintage orange car, a fat sack of her employer’s cash, and a grudge against her philandering husband—a man who never even reported her missing.
Meanwhile, Seattle PD detective Grady Merritt has temporarily misplaced his dog. While he’s passing out bright pink “Lost” flyers at the Mount Rainier visitor’s center, the wayward pooch appears—with a human leg in his mouth.
Thanks to DNA matching, Grady learns that the leg has something to do with Leda’s new client, and soon the two cases are tangled.
About The Author:
Cherie Priest is the author of two dozen books and novellas, most recently The Toll, The Family Plot, The Agony House, and the Philip K. Dick Award nominee Maplecroft; but she is perhaps best known for the steampunk pulp adventures of the Clockwork Century, beginning with Boneshaker. Her works have been nominated for the Hugo and Nebula awards for science fiction, and have won the Locus Award (among others) – and over the years, they’ve been translated into nine languages in eleven countries. Cherie lives in Seattle, WA, with her husband and a menagerie of exceedingly photogenic pets.