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One kiss and her world turns upside down. Can she solve the case that threatens his life?
Brandy Alexander never thought living in the Big Easy could feel so dull. And as she waits painfully for her long-time cop boyfriend to propose, she’s not sure their hearts are beating to the same tune. But when she’s kissed by a handsome stranger at Mardi Gras, her electric thrills turn to shock when he’s shot right before her eyes.
Watching in horror as he’s whisked away by an ambulance and haunted by his gasping request, Brandy races to track down the mysterious person his sweet lips named. But when the clues take her from Bourbon Street’s bright lights and into a dark den of corruption, she’ll have to put everything on the line to prevent her charming man from eating another bullet.
Can Brandy survive her city’s greedy criminals and save her charismatic smoocher?
Rescued by a Kiss is the first exhilarating novel in The New Orleans Go Cup Chronicles mystery series. If you like authentic settings, jazzy characters, and whip-smart dialogue, then you’ll love Colleen Mooney’s quirky story.
Buy Rescued by a Kiss to crack open a crime in the Crescent City today!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great story, set in a marvelous city!
What a fun and exciting story. It fits perfectly in our fun and exciting city – NOLA. Even for people who've never been to New Orleans the feel of the city comes through the pages and bursts brightly into view.
Brandy Alexander is a terrific character (not to mention having a story behind her name) who finds herself swept up in the chaos and semi-insanity of a Mardi Gras parade mystery. No shrinking violet, she grabs the opportunity to help a stranger and, like a Schnauzer with a bone, doesn't let go until she gets what she wants…answers to questions she couldn't have imagined would have to be asked.
The costarring characters are so true to real New Orleans characters, it will make everyone want to come and explore the city and its diverse culture.
Colleen Mooney's writing is very readable. She injects just enough local turns of speech to make it seem as though you are sitting on a bench in Jackson Square being told a tale of someone's exciting, and a bit scary, weekend adventure.
I can't wait to read the next one!