Katie s already on edge when a dead guy shows up at Estate Annalise and locals claim there are ghosts in the foundation, but when Nick doesn t come home to her and the kids one day after work, she's ready to lose it. A very cranky Katie launches a Caribbean-wide manhunt, calling on Kurt, her stoic, steady father-in-law, and Collin, her badass big brother, to help her search air, land, and sea for her husband, who may be in very big trouble indeed.
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I've listened to all three books in this series. My favorite was the second. I found this one to be the most disappointing. The story was a little too unbelievable for my taste (I realize this is a taste issue) and frankly not that interesting. I also find the narrator's voice for the main character a little too whiney (again a taste issue). It seemed to me that the first two involved more character development and better plot. And the idea that a father-in-law would suggest that his son might have left his daughter-in-law because she hadn't lost the last ten pounds after giving birth to twins made him a most unlikable and unsympathetic character.
As soon as I finished the first book, I had to order the other two. They held my interest throughout and I loved the narrator, being a Georgia girl.
Finding Harmony is as smart and feisty as its red-headed protagonist. Katie Kovacs faces motherhood, relationship challenges, twinges of self-doubt, blackmail, murder, a drug cartel and a missing husband with her usual courage, strength, and wit. For mystery and suspense, Finding Harmony does not disappoint. I hope there will be more books in the Katie & Annalise series.
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