Mia Kazmaroff has a gift nobody wants. She's able to tell the story behind any object simply by touch. This gift comes in handy when her only brother, a detective with the Atlanta Major Crimes Division, is murdered. Determined to find his killer, Mia reaches out to the one person she believes can help her—Dave’s partner Jack Burton. Unfortunately, Burton is also the prime suspect. Mia and Jack create a partnership that breaks all the rules while attempting to ignore their undeniable mutual attraction. Can two such different persons solve the murder? And can they do it before the killer turns his attention to Mia?
The title fits the book as the female protagonist was reckless throughout the book and very stupid. I also hate when I read in books where females get mad of guys not being considerate however at the same time they themselves are selfish and the female was very selfish and self centered. Anyway not reading the second book it had potential though15
Enjoyable read. Lead character is so nieve , which makes her look stupid. I know she will mature as more books evolve.35
Thoroughly enjoyed the book. A little twist to my police procedure mysteries. Could not put it down. Mickey55
I enjoyed this book. It was an entertaining mystery. Easy to read The protagonist was an amateur and sidetracked with the need to solve a murder. I expect her to evolve as the books go on. I enjoyed the sex being subtle and not in my face. I recommend this book.45
The premise had potential but the female protagonist was just to stupid to be believable...and this is the start of a series based on her? No way I could read another one. She nearly gets killed, repeatedly, and yet still goes alone to meet someone, who she believes is a killer (!) in an out of the way abandoned place. This is AFTER getting kidnapped and becoming a victim of brutal torture. Sorry, no one is that stupid.15