Blaize of Trouble

Blaize of Trouble

by Louise Crawford




Twelve-step counselor and recovering food addict Andrea ""Blaize"" McCue and Homicide Detective Stephanos Zoloski are one month away from tying the knot, his first step in his let's have a child campaign. Uncertain about marriage and motherhood and hoping to blur Zoloski's focus, Blaize arranges for them to play aunt and uncle to Jenny, a friend's daughter, while her mother, Nicole, an FBI agent, works an important case. When Nicole fails to pick up Jenny as scheduled, Blaize discovers Nicole's been shot.

With Nicole lying in a coma, Blaize struggles to cope with all her fears around childcare, the demands of her counseling practice, and her rapidly approaching wedding while trying to locate Jenny's father. Her search leads to former FBI agent, James Quillan, who was convicted in a counterfeit scheme involving the disappearance of thirty million dollars. Now he's in violation of parole, wanted for questioning in the death of two FBI agents, and suspected of hiding in New Mexico on the Navajo reservation.

When Jenny's kidnapped, Blaize and Stephanos work together to find Quillan, hoping he will turn over the money to save his daughter-a daughter he never knew he had.
Without a second thought, Blaize risks her own life to save Jenny's and discovers that she might have what it takes to be a good mother after all. If she survives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780759900035
Publisher: Mundania Press
Publication date: 11/06/2012
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)

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HawkeyesJMG More than 1 year ago
Louise Crawford has written a great mystery in Blaize of Trouble. As a reader, I love it when I cannot predict the twists and turns that the plot takes. Crawford throws some great surprises at her readers. Within the mystery, Blaize deals with her uncertainty surrounding her impending wedding and her fiancé’s wish to start a family. Blaize gets to taste the responsibilities when she and Stephanos need to care for her friend Nicole’s daughter while she works an FBI case. I felt that Crawford truly developed her characters and keeps readers turning pages with the tension of mystery surrounding the attack on Blaize’s best friend, Nicole, and the facts regarding the father of Nicole’s daughter. I would definitely read more of Louise Crawford’s books. I’m glad for the opportunity of having the pleasure of reading Blaize of Trouble.