Four years after the tragic loss of her family, newspaper reporter C.G. Harrellson is still a splintered soul. Blaming herself, she denies herself any opinions save the syndicated opinion column she anonymously writes as a release valve: Cinnamon Girl Explains It All.
Even though Detective Wolf Hunter is in the midst of trying to track down a serial killer, he can't help but be intrigued by the strange little reporter who has been assigned to meet with him to write a weekly crime report. Despite C.G.'s initial fear of the brown eyes that remind her of her late husband and the tender touches that make her feel not just new love, but old pain, Wolf patiently pulls her out of her numb, emotionless existence to start again.
Meanwhile, Wolf's partner notices similarities between the Cinnamon Girl column and the murder scenes, sending Wolf in search of the elusive Cinnamon Girl herself. Little does he know, she's as close as a kiss.
A detective, a reporter, her best friend, a cheating husband, a serial killer, Bingo.... Cinnamon Girl Explains It All.
Author's note: This is clean romance with adult themes. Not recommended for anyone under 17 years old. This audiobook contains very minimal use of language that some might find offensive.
Well written and narrated. A unique twist on romantic mystery. If you enjoy Evanovich, Fluke or Crusie, you will enjoy "Cinnamon Girl."