About the Book
A deadly string of heists.
Two broken hearts trapped in a killer’s game.
Christian O’Brady was pulled into a life of crime at a young age by his con artist parents. Now making amends for his corrupt past, he has become one of the country’s foremost security experts. When a string of Southwestern art heists targets one of the galleries Christian secured, he is paired up with a gifted insurance investigator who has her own checkered past.
Andi Forester was a brilliant FBI forensic analyst until one of her colleagues destroyed her career, blaming her for mishandling evidence. She now puts those skills to work investigating insurance fraud, and this latest high-stakes case will test her gift to the limit. Drawn deep into a dangerous game with an opponent bent on revenge, Christian and Andi are in a race against the clock to catch him, but the perpetrator’s game is far from finished, and one wrong move could be the death of them both.
In My Opinion
Dani Pettrey brings her signature romantic suspense style again in One Wrong Move. The first book in the Jeopardy Falls series kept me guessing and has me anticipating the next book in the series!!
As a security specialist, Christian does his best to atone for the mistakes he made in his youth. When one of the art galleries he installed the security system in is hit, he becomes one of Andi Forester’s prime suspects. But as the two spend time together, Andi can see the regret and hurt in him. Not to mention they make a great team.
Pettrey gives readers lots of building romance (with Andi and Christian AND Deckard and Harper) against the backdrop of two investigations—the art heists and an investigation into Andi being setup at the FBI. While I’m curious to read Deckard and Harper’s story, I’m most invested in Riley and Grayson (which I’m hoping is book three)!
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