I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Melinda Leigh
Released: September 18th 2018
Series: Morgan Dane #4
Published by Montlake Romance
“…an engaging and fast paced mystery with plenty of twists and turns.”
~ Under the Covers
When police find Hayley Powell, she’s covered in blood and next to the body of a man whose been stabbed to death. She’s clearly traumatised and all she keeps repeating is “What have I done?”. As a favour for a friend Morgan Dane and Lance Kruger takes on Hayley’s defence and believe despite the overwhelming evidence something isn’t quite right. So, when Morgan and Lance’s lives are repeatedly put in danger by an unknown culprit it makes them even more certain of Hayley’s innocence.
Melinda Leigh has yet again done a fabulous job of penning an engaging and fast paced mystery with plenty of twists and turns. But, it isn’t just the interesting mystery that keeps you reading it is also the characters that you have grown to know and love over the last 4 books.
What I’ve Done immediately grabs you attention. It starts from Hayley’s POV showing her waking up not remembering what happened the night before. Then realising she is covered in blood. From there the story quickly progresses and you get caught up in the investigation. As Morgan, Lance and Sharp dig up leads and possible suspects the story just gets more intriguing and whilst reading I had many theories about the who and why circling in my mind.
However, as I said above, it isn’t just the mystery that gets you hooked into this series. The characters of Morgan, Lance, Sharp and Morgan’s family also draw you in. The romance between Morgan and Lance and the father-son type relationship between Lance and Sharp give this book a warmth that shines through even as you delve into a mystery involving rape and murder.
This is another great installment in the series and I can’t wait to see what Leigh has in store next for Morgan and Lance. If you like a good mystery with a hint of romance, then this is the series for you.
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