Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Stalking Sapphire

Staking Sapphire by Mia Thompson

Stalking Sapphire is a mystery thriller with a Clueless feel.  At the beginning the pages were being turned and I was all over this book.  The who done it feel really held my interest.  Toward the end I felt like the relationship between Sapphire and Ashton was rush and there was no distinct feelings or maybe I just couldn’t connect with them.  The twist and turns were great and I really didn’t see the ending coming so that was a plus.  I think if the author can write a more romantic connection making the reader as wrapped up in the characters as they are the plot that this story-line could be endless. 


Despite the illusion Sapphire Dubois presents to the rest of the world, she is not just your stereotypical 22-year old Beverly Hills heiress; she hunts serial killers. While her fellow heirs spend their nights with trending celebs and drugs at the hottest club, Sapphire secretly spends hers luring, capturing, and anonymously handing over So-Cal’s most wanted killers to the police — just your average Tuesday night.

What Sapphire doesn’t know is that one of her adversaries is watching her every move, aware of both her true identity and her unconventional hobby. Needless to say, he doesn’t approve. Used to being the one who redefines the definition of predator and prey, Sapphire’s world abruptly shatters when a gruesome ‘gift’ arrives for her at the Beverly Hills Country Club. With her involuntary crush, handsome Detective Aston Ridder, close on her tail, Sapphire now has to rethink her routine strategy and figure out how to capture a killer who already knows she’s coming.

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