Stormi's Review: Jackson Stiles, Road to Redemption by Jo Richardson
PUBLISHER: Enchanted Publications
RELEASED: September 21, 2016
GENRE: ROMANCE, MYSTERY, THRILLER, SUSPENSE
LENGTH: 369 pages
FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
Jackson Stiles is used to having bad days, but they’ve been especially bad since a certain tabloid reporter seems to have it out for him. Emma Green doesn’t mean any harm. She simply sees it as her duty to report the misdeeds of certain Private Detectives who charge too much in a society where people need more superheroes and less villains; something even Jackson has convinced himself he deserves to be called, deep in his gut. When the two of them realize they’re investigating the same suspicious circumstances, Emma makes Jackson an offer he only wishes he could refuse. But can the man who trusts no one allow the one woman he can’t stand help him get to the bottom of a murder he feels responsible for? Exposed and unsure, these two unexpected allies come together to unmask the mysteries cloaked in plain sight while uncovering secrets within each other. A lost soul and a seeker of truth travel down the road to redemption and discover more than they bargained for.
FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Jackson is a PI who is one of the best at capturing the hard to catch. Emma Green is a reporter who bothers him to no end. They soon find themselves working together and soon Jackson realizes he isn't as bothered by her as he thought. While investigating a crime he feels is his fault they seem to be thrown together at every turn. Now they are on the search for the truth behind the crime and about themselves. Honestly, when this book started I wasn't really into it much, but I soon got drawn into the story and was glad I continued reading it. As far as characters go, it took me a little while to warm up to Jackson. He seems a bit arrogant, but he also has a need for the truth. As the story progressed I really enjoyed the story and grew to like the characters and yes I finally got around to liking Jackson. This book was packed full of action and intrigue. It was fast paced and from beginning to end it was a mystery. I never knew what was coming around the corner, and to me, that is what makes a good book.