Jury of One

Jury of One - Charlie Cochrane

Beebs' Review


Book 2 in the Lindenshaw Mysteries series

Although this is the second book in the series and there are references to events in book 1, it still reads very well as a standalone. It's definitely more mystery than romance but there are some lovely scenes between the heroes and Charlie Cochrane handled that new relationship vibe very well. It is clear Robin and Adam are still working on how their lives are going to mesh but it is also clear that they love each other very much. The terror each experiences at the thought of the other in danger feels very real and demonstrates how deeply they love each other.

I enjoyed the mystery element to this book, reminiscent of British murder mysteries like Midsommer Murders. It was quite slow and gently paced, some aspects I had guessed before the big reveal but I was intrigued nonetheless and will definitely be reading more of this series.

*Received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review