Charlotte “Charlie” Swift prefers working alone. That’s why after eight years as an Air Force investigator she became a PI rather than a cop. She lives alone, she works alone, and aside for the occasional flirtation with sexy cop Connor Montgomery or her hunky neighbor Father Dan, she likes it that way. Then her silent partner flees the country, leaving his wife, G
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Here are the two reasons for the three star instead of four star rating:
1) It was kind of obvious what was going on with Lizzy ...more
This was an entertaining debut, and I look forward to reading more from this author. The characters are well-developed, the cases are inte ...more
Charlotte 'Charlie' Swift P.I. is a former USAF investigator. She's a loner, so when she has no option but to accept a partner in her business she is not happy. The business, in Colorado Springs, just can't support two salaries, particularly when 50% of the investigators involved are completely clueless!
It's time to give Gigi the grunt work until she gets bored and gets out.
Meanwhile Charlie has been hired to find the 17 year old mot ...more
Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books...
1 star... This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.
2 stars... This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.
3 stars... This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.
4 sta ...more
Additionally, there's a lot of offensive terminology in the book, like calling a woman "Oriental," which I'm ashamed an editor let slip by. And it wouldn't pass the Bechdel test at all. ...more
The client doesn’t want to meet her daughter. She just wants her granddaughter returned to the teen-ager.
These are notes I made halfway through the book;
Can't say I care much for the main character here, Charlie. She's just bland and unlikable, in fact that seems to be an accurate description of this book, so far. I'll hang in there though, on the hope that Gigi will provide some good entertainment further on. At least she has a good attitude and interesting personality.
As I go further into this book, the less I like Charli ...more
"Charlotte “Charlie” Swift prefers working alone. That’s why after eight years as an Air Force investigator she became a PI rather than a cop. She lives alone, she works alone, and aside for the occasional flirtation with sexy cop Connor Montgomery or her hunky neighbor Father Dan, ...more
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Charlie Swift is a former Army OSI investigator who retired and opened a PI business, with the help of an invetor/partner. One day she finds a strange woman in her office - turns out the partner decided to dump his wife (the woman) for a 22-year-old personal trainer, leaving Gigi with the house, the Hummer, and his interest in Charli ...more
I admit I would have agreed with Charlie on Gigi's choices for decorating the office, and I would most likely be just as annoyed as she was when Gigi tried to completely change the office. Yet Gigi proved that she can be tough enough to do the job, she is loyal and determined to make things work for her and her children (no matter how ung ...more
After twenty years as an Air Force intelligence officer – serving as a squadron commander, with the National Reconnaissance Office, and at a fighter wing – I retired to parenting and writing full-time.
Spying was easier.
(Laura DiSilverio is also Ella Barrick.) ...more