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A musical career in the making. A murdered childhood friend. One chance to catch the killer. 

Ava dreams of building a better life for her daughter through her island pop songs. Her new temp job leads to a once-in-a-lifetime shot at a record deal, but before she can pack her bags for New York, she discovers a dead body outside her office building. Horrified, Ava recognizes the murdered sex worker as her childhood friend. 

The single mother finds herself torn between pursuing her life’s passion or justice for her murdered friend. When another friend is killed, she worries the deaths are connected to a shared trauma that she’s been running from her whole life. After dumping her cop boyfriend, she realizes the pain she keeps locked inside could be sabotaging her shot at lasting love. Before Ava can move on to a bright future in music, she must confront the truth behind her dark past to catch the murderer or she'll be next on his kill list. 

Bombshell is the first audiobook in Ava’s trilogy within the What Doesn’t Kill You romantic mystery saga. If you like sexy single moms, shocking suspense, and journeys of self-empowerment, then you’ll love Pamela Fagan Hutchins’ award-winning series. 

Buy Bombshell to get into the rhythm with a fast-paced pop murder mystery today.

©2017 Pamela Fagan Hutchins (P)2018 Pamela Fagan Hutchins

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Enjoyed the Narration

The narration on the book, with the Caribbean accent (when appropriate), gave this book the little extra something special to the book. The book had a great story line, although I do feel as if the main character, Ava, maybe could have been portrayed a little different (not so much as a whole, a mother that rather party than spend time with her baby, mooching off of her parents, having an abortion, sleeping with best friends brother, and possibly even hit on best friends husband (mentioned first part of book).....really puts a black light on her morals and ethic), however, I suppose then if the main character would have changed, then we would not have the story that we do have. I also did not enjoy the author talking negative about our current president-it was distasteful and lacked grace. Political opinions are best left to ones self

I received this audiobook at no-cost from Audiobookworm Promotions. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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  • Dee
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  • 07-08-18

The narrator killed it!

This is my first book by McCormick and I sincerely enjoyed it. She slipped so easily into her island dialect and was quick to switch to the other character's. Her narration was like a one-woman theatrical performance and is what took center stage with this listen.

The story was just okay. I absolutely did not like Ava. She was a tad selfish (and over-sexed) and I just did not care to be in her head. (I can't believe how she kept saying she needed to do something for her kid and was constantly palming said kid off to be babysat.) I was constantly struggling to keep listening since this book was told from Ava's POV. If not for the narrator. I would have stopped.

The other books in this series did not have Ava as the main protagonist. I hope this is the last.

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