Dallas is everything a heroine should be: sharp, acerbic, vulnerable, interesting, fierce, and loyal. I could go on with the adjectives, but you get the picture.
Yes, the books are predictable. Dallas is a homicide lieutenant for New York Police Department in the year 2059. She gets the toughest cases, and she’s always going to catch the killer… it goes without saying. However, as I’m fond of saying… “It’s not the destination, it’s the journey,” and these books always have a great journey.
There’s romance, there’s action, there’s friendship. The books have good, strong characters. Dallas isn’t afraid to bed the rules sometimes, but she struggles every time she does, which is one of the things I like about her character.
If you’ve never read any of the books, I’d highly advise starting at the beginning, though you can really start with this one and catch on pretty fast.
An accountant is killed in what appears to be a botched mugging, but Dallas isn’t fooled, and suspects there’s a reason she was killed. When she starts digging into the accountant’s work, she starts to put together a picture of fraud and money laundering.
It’s a super fast read, and lots of fun. Happy reading!