Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Follow the Money - by Gina LaManna

Available on Amazon!
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Follow the Money is the perfect title for Gina LaManna's newest book! Even the cover page has that greenish glow of money, and something more! In this third installment, the Rosetti family history is unearthed, piece by piece in the wake of murder at Bellini's! How does Kate do it? With a little bit of badassery, her suit boyfriend/not-boyfriend, a couple of unlikely accomplices, and the money trail - of course! To think, all of this takes place inside of what was supposed to be a cozy, romantic weekend...

I loved how Kate's family history is brought to light in Follow the Money! We're taken down a path of redemption and family loyalties, not to mention the ever so sweet love story! Gina has a way of teasing the details out, whether it be in regards to the Rosetti's, her personal life, or the case! Or really, all the above. I particularly enjoyed the epilogue as we get a bit of the closure we need right along with a delectable hope at something more!

What will come next for her family? How will Rosetti and Russo juggle their work and love lives from afar? How long will Gem be content to remain in the friend-zone? I'm ever so curious to find out what case lies in store next for Detective Kate Rosetti! I'd classify this as a cozy mystery at it's finest!

Yes, I've rated this another five-star, but for an excellent reason - I rate every book based on the book itself and not on my previous experiences with every book that I've ever read. I either loved it (5*), liked it (4*), it was alright (3*), I didn't like it (2*) or I hated it (1*). I tend to read books that I know I'll enjoy; I get very little time to read, and when I do - I want to savor it, escape if you will. Simple as that.

Many thanks go to the author, Gina LaManna, for providing me a complimentary copy of this title in exchange for my honest review! I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a quick read of a cozy mystery - although I'd suggest starting at the series' beginning with Shoot the Breeze and Riddle Me This. Fans of Janet Evanovich will surely appreciate LaManna's style! Order now on Amazon or check it out on Kindle Unlimited!

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Book Blurb:
A brand new thriller by USA TODAY Bestselling Author Gina LaManna

For fans of Janet Evanovich, Lee Goldberg, and Kendra Elliot...

When a well-known mobster turns up dead—gunned down in the refrigerator at her favorite local restaurant—Detective Rosetti has no choice but to get involved. Unfortunately, it’s not long before a familiar name emerges as a suspect, making this case her most personal one yet. The infamous Angelo Rosetti, Kate’s father, is back.

Along with her new case, Kate is forced to balance a cozy weekend with her (almost) boyfriend as she dives deep into the Rosetti family history. However, when romantic dinners turn into stakeouts, her burgeoning relationship stumbles onto shaky ground. If Kate can’t find a way to lock up the hitman who has turned his sights on her, it’s not only her love life that’s on the line…

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Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Gina LaManna has also called Italy and Los Angeles home. At the moment, she lives nine blocks from the beach and sometimes runs marathons. After studying numbers and equations in college, she realized multiple-choice tests were “just not for her” and began writing books instead. She loves cappuccino foam and whipped cream and would subsist solely on sprinkles if possible. She has one imaginary dog.

Gina also writes the Mini Pie the Spy! books, under the pen name, Libby LaManna, a children’s series featuring an over-enthusiastic little detective, similar in style to Junie B. Jones.

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