Tai Randolph doesn't set out to be a detective, but she cannot help her insatiable curiosity, her need to know the truth, and her penchant for finding trouble. The opening of Whittles first novel finds Tai in the wrong place at the wrong timespecifically, in the driveway of her brother's Atlanta house, where she has just discovered a dead bodyand that sets her off on an adventure that leads her through some interesting twists and turns.
Having recently inherited a gun shop, she is no stranger to firearms. The irony is that she has no license to carry yet, so she cannot use any of them for protection. But her brother Eric, who is absent for much of the novel, tries to take care of that problem by assigning her a bodyguard from the security firm where he works. That bodyguard is Trey Seaver, who is unlike anybody Tai has have known.
Trey's character is ...
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