Majority of this book hung on keeping the past of the main characters at close hold for majority of the book. Once those revelations are revealed the story goes by on cruise control for a bit, attempts to tie up a lose end or two, and then bam, some stuff happens out of left field that makes the ending a bit unbelievable. Once again, the author’s “the bad guys must get what’s coming to them” derails the story, as it did in her novel “Unearthing Cole”.
Overall it is still a good read, and one of the better written novels I have found in this genre. Both characters are well developed and the plot line, aside from the ending, is sound.
Cost of Repairs by A.M. Arthur