Book Review: Curious Minds: A Knight and Moon Novel

This is a new series for Janet Evanovich and Phoef Sutton,  In this series, we have two amateur detectives. Riley Moon (a woman despite her masculine name) is a recent graduate of Harvard in both business and law, so she’s obviously very bright. She now works for mega-mega bank Blane-Grunwald in Washington, D.C. Emerson Knight is a mega-mega billionaire who lives in a Victorian mansion in D.C. with more secret tunnels and trap doors than the law should allow.  Riley has got the job of keeping track of Knight, but Knight is very bright and knows what is going on.

Riley finds herself taken along for a very wild ride, in which she’s almost murdered several times while Emerson, who’s gorgeous but definitely marches to his own drum, continues on his way, pulling her along behind him.

I really wasn’t that impressed with the book, I hope the series gets better, but it is starting to feel like a formula.

This book was given to me by the publisher via the Netgalley in exchange for an honest and objective review.


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