Sweet Redemption is a sequel to Make Me No Promises, also available in Nook.
Jeremy C. Stokes, aka Joel C. Smith, returns to Orlando, Florida, knowing he is wanted by the FBI on a charge of murder. He has no way to prove that he killed in self defense.
Hoping he can find redemption, if only in his own eyes, he sets up a private investigation office to help those in need. He has it all sorted out in his mind—until Melanie Roberts enters his life—temptation on platform heels. When she tells him that her roommate has disappeared from the nightclub where they both work in order to pay their college tuitions, he accepts the case, despite his better judgment telling him to run in the opposite direction.
Melanie has no use for any man, much less for a drop dead gorgeous one, but Jeremy's fees fit her limited budget. Neither realizes that they have just become embroiled in a white sex slave cartel that has its eyes on Melanie.
|Series:||Make Me No Promises , #2|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||322 KB|
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Kidnapping..check. White slave trading...check. Murder...check. Mystery...Check. Suspense...Check. Sex....check check. This book was a great read. It had a little of everything. It kept me on the edge of my seat, I had to keep reading it to find out what would happen next. All I can say is I want a computer room like Jack has. Wait, I want a room like Jack has filled with Ms. Katros books. I hope there will be another book in this series! Jeremy AKA Joel returned to Orlando even though he was a wanted man. He opens a PI shop, that is when Melanie walks into his life. She hires him to find out what happened to her friend and roommate Jessica. Things aren't always what they seem. Before the pair knows whats happening, Melanie is in danger of disappearing like her friend. Jeremy and Melanie must race against the clock to find out what happened to Jessica and who is after Melanie before both girls disappear forever.
After reading Sweet Redemption, a sequel to Make Me No Promises. I am impressed again by Heide Katros' writing. I love her characters and the way she comes up with her interesting contemporary plots. She keeps you guessing, she keeps you reading. She has a real gifted talent for keeping the reader engrossed. You must read them both. Lou K.