Thursday, April 21, 2016

Review: Burning Proof by Janice Cantore



About the book:
After months of investigating the brutal homicide of a young girl, Detective Abby Hart finally has the evidence she needs. But when the arrest goes terribly wrong, Abby begins to doubt her future as a police officer. As she wrestles with conflicting emotions, old questions about the fire that took her parents’ lives come back to haunt her.

There is proof.” PI Luke Murphy can’t stop thinking about what Abby’s former partner, Asa Foster, mumbled just before he died. When he uncovers a clue to the murder of Abby’s parents and his uncle, he’s reluctant to tell Abby, despite his growing feelings for the beautiful detective.

A decade-old abduction case brings Luke and Abby together, but will his secret tear them apart?
My rating:
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My thoughts:

Burning Proof was a great follow-up to Drawing Fire! It continued the story of finding out what really happened when Abby's parents were murdered and who the guilty party was. While this book did answer some questions, it also left me wondering about other things and anticipating the next installment!

The story had several different subplots going at once, but in the end they all kind of fit together and made the story interesting. I did get a little confused when the POV would change to someone new in the beginning, but after reading more I got how everything connected.

I loved how the relationship between Abby and Luke is progressing, although the ending has me anxious to read the next book, just because I'm not sure how everything will turn out. 

All in all, a great read. I really liked it and if you enjoy mysteries, especially dealing with cold cases, I recommend Burning Proof. I think you need to read book one first, as this continues the story.

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