When interim police chief Molly Gorman pulls Amy over, more than the antics on the motorcycle catch her eye. She discovers Amy Gilbert spends her days repairing cars in her family garage and is intrigued. The only holdup? Amy occupies her nights playing softball and drinking with her wild best friend, who offers incredibly bad advice about love. After several run-ins with a certain drunken mechanic, Molly wonders if Amy is really worth the trouble. When Amy disappears, she has to put her mixed emotions aside to work the case.
March 31, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition
Oh, and there is sex 🙂 enough to spice it up but done in a way that is organic to the story. No sex just to include sex.
Don’t miss the Spotify playlist at the end. Even though it’s not my typical style of music, I’m enjoying it, and it’s easy to hear it playing in Amy’s garage or blasting from Robin’s car.
It’s an easy, fun read that will have you laughing out loud in places. Definite recommend.
*Unlike a lot of other self-published works, the spelling and grammar are spot on. Nothing ruins a story for me quite like the improper use of words like “their and there” or an author that uses words that they are obviously unfamiliar with.