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I was drawn to the words Canadian detective in the blurb and let me tell you I might have been a little confused at the beginning but the story soon grabbed my attention.
I liked the empathetic skills and how Leah uses them for her job, though I kind of thought her to be a bit of a power tripper especially toward her co-worker Mark. I get that she is Mark’s boss but she kind of demeans him a little. Just because she can sense his feelings and thoughts didn’t really give her the right to make him even more uncomfortable.
Axel totally gets Leah back though, hehe I like that he kind of put her on edge and that she didn’t have the upper hand.
The story I felt was just enough of a mystery to keep you involved though I think I would have liked just a little more backstory on Leah I might not have been so confused in the beginning.
The narration was pretty good my favorite voice was Axel all deep an rumbly that was fabulous. I wasn’t a fan of the Russian voice he did for the son of the victim but it wasn’t so bad that you would not want to listen and that is only for a small part of the book anyways.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
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Good story overall. Narration bothered me a little at first but it got better the further I got into the book.