Happy Friday! Today I another book in a great series. Its got romance, suspense and mystery. Valerie Clarizio does it again with another great Nick Spinelli book. This one takes place on St. Patrick’s day with a kidnapping, a vendetta, secret wedding and so much more. For my full review keep reading after the book blurb. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
After experiencing a murderous Christmas and Valentine’s Day with love interest Shannon O’Hara, Detective Nick Spinelli assumed Saint Patrick’s Day couldn’t be any worse.
He was wrong.
While out on a geocaching adventure in Door County, Shannon and her friend Anna find more than a clue in the cache box. When Shannon disappears, Spinelli is sent racing to find her. Amidst the chaos of an unruly Irish celebration, and a decades-old Irish family feud, he must rescue her from the hands of a madman
Shannon and her friend Anna are on a geocaching trip. Unexpectedly, they find a severed finger. When Shannon calls Spinelli to tell him, she screams and her phone goes dead. Spinelli and his fellow officers go on a mission to find Shannon and her friend. With few clues and a busy St. Patty’s day they soon realize they are on a time restraint because she may now be getting married to her kidnapper. Will Spinelli be able to rescue Shannon or will his future with the woman he loves be lost?
This was yet another great addition to the Nick Spinelli series. I love the mystery and suspense of these stories. Its also, quite clever that each story has a holiday that is connected to the story. Within this story, we got to see more of their love story and how deep their feelings really are for each other. That really spurred on the urgency in this story. The story was exciting with a great mystery element. Valerie Clarizio really did a wonderful job of weaving a suspenseful yet romantic story that keeps you yearning for what will come next. After this story, I really can’t wait for the next Nick Spinelli novel. If your like me, and you have been keeping up you will be right there with me.