The Cavanaugh brothers keep digging into their sisters' murder, but could their playing-detectives put them in some odd positions and give danger the chance to strike somewhere/someone?
Although I devoured this second instalment in The Cavanaugh Brothers series, I must say that I was let a bit down by the romance. I liked James a lot from the beginning and I could see why he was broken and also understand his difficulty to open up with people, but I think he was too hard on himself for something happened that he didn't really have control over—and I don't mean Cass' murder. I certainly expected a different development between him and Sheridan, perhaps with a bit more of openness between the couple that, in my opinion, shouldn't have seen the light just towards the end. Still, it must be said that their attraction is undeniable for the readers as much as for...well, everyone in the story, really.
Overall, I enjoyed the read and the mystery around Cass' death definitely pushes me to keep up with the series. Of course, Cole's book being next in line just makes things even more interesting!