Review: Jury of One by Charlie Cochrane (Lindenshaw Mysteries #2)

Note: This ARC was provided by Riptide Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

Jury of One is the second and latest novel in the Lindenshaw Mysteries series by Charlie Cochrane and takes place a year after main characters Adam Matthews and Robin Bright met and fell for each other in the series starter, The Best Corpse for the Job. Even though Adam and Robin are now living together--although Robin still hasn't gotten around to putting his home on the market--they're still finding that work messes with their personal time with each other than they'd like. When Robin starts a new murder case, things become far more complicated when a former crush of Adam's is involved. Separating their professional lives from what happens between them at home becomes a task in and of itself and when doubts and insecurities rear their ugly heads, Robin and Adam may end up questioning their relationship.

I liked Robin and Adam in the first book but I loved them in this sequel, especially seeing how far their relationship has come but realizing how they're still dealing with certain issues as a couple. Robin's new complex is a complex one, because while the first book had his past intertwined with how he was handling the case, here we have a piece of Adam's past coming to the forefront. I had a suspect in mind but when everything came to light, I was caught off-guard as to how everything was tied together and how Robin and Adam were constantly in danger of being trapped in all of it. Dear Campbell never fails to make his presence felt and if he were a real dog, I wouldn't hesitate to give him a hug, and whenever Sergeant Anderson speaks his mind, it's worth a listen indeed. Jury of One was a fun and entertaining 4.5-star read. ♥

Date Read: 24 March 2016

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