Monday, April 23, 2018

Review: Undercover In Six Inch Stilettos

Undercover In Six Inch Stilettos Undercover In Six Inch Stilettos by Carolyn LaRoche
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Every woman has secrets, and Cyndi Mills is no exception… 

Cyndi has a beautiful daughter, and her husband Jason is totally hot for her, but something is missing. As a cop, Jason is extremely vigilant about safety and security, and Cyndi longs for some time to herself, so she takes a Friday night job. 

Jason thinks she’s cleaning offices, when she’s actually dancing in a red bustier and six-inch stilettos at a club called Sugar Shakers, something only her three best friends, also police wives, know. 

When club employees start disappearing, the truth comes out… 

A young runaway, Jade, and a military widow, Lola, vanish, and Lola’s body is later found in the ocean. Cyndi begins investigating—with some help from her friends—but when anonymous threats put her daughter in jeopardy, she has no choice but to confess her lie to Jason, rocking their previously solid marriage. 

Jason is furious, but Cyndi has to ask for even more if she hopes to solve the mystery… 

Cyndi convinces Jason to sign her up as a confidential informant, and she officially goes undercover at the club, while Jason struggles to control his jealousy. As the evidence mounts and the danger becomes all too real, Jason fights to keep Cyndi safe. 

But no amount of security can protect someone when lies are more common than the truth and no one is who they appear to be.

My Thoughts:

Cover/Title: The title drew me in. I enjoy a good mystery and I figured this would fit the bill.

Characters: Cyndi and her friends are very interesting. Way more than their darling husbands know.

Plot: Cyndi is bored and needs something in her life just for, something that makes her happy. So she finds a part time job that she enjoys. However, her husband may not approve so she keeps it a secret. Then people start to disappear. Cyndi ends up telling her husband her secret and going undercover.

Overall: I enjoyed this little mystery. It wasn't overly obvious who was behind everything. I would definitely read more by this author.

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