May 10, 2017

A Girl Like You by Michelle Cox

Published Date : April 19, 2016
Publisher : She Writes Press
Series : Henrietta & Inspector Howard / Book 1
Genre : Fiction / Historical / Mystery
Rating : 5 Star


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A Girl Like You is the very first book in the Henrietta & Inspector Howard series. It's 1930's Chicago and Henrietta is dealt with trying to provide for her large family after her father suicide himself. As Henrietta tries to find work, a new offer from a friend will drag her into the dark world of drugs, crime and prostitution.

When Henrietta's friend Polly offers her to come work with her being a Taxi Dancer, she accepts and she meets a very handsome but mysterious man named Clive Howard. After a murder at work and everyone not saying what really happened that night, Clive takes Henrietta under his wing and want her to do undercover work at a theater that is known for shady deals. As Henrietta gets into this dark world and learning what is really going on, one night will change Henrietta and the truth about everything will come out. Everything will lead us to a wonderful surprise at the end and to set us up for what is to come for Henrietta and Clive!!

For some reason I can be picky about books that are set in the 20's and 30's but I really like this book and I'm glad that BookSparks had it on their April Showers Blog Tour! I loved everything about this book and I can't help but wonder where this series is gonna go with the characters but you can bet that I'll be reading every single one of these books! For being a debut Author, Michelle knows how to write a book that keeps you wanting to know more about this world!!

Thank You to Michelle Cox for having such a fantastic debut novel that I can't wait to see what is next for Henrietta and Clive!!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : April Showers 2016!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!

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