Finish Him by Deanna Dee ~ Book Review

Round One, FLIRT

Sonya Black never expected a petty sibling quarrel could lead to her sister being drugged. Overcome with guilt, Sonya vows to bring the jerk to justice. When she dives into her own investigation, she lands belly up in the company of Jaxon Nyles, the security guard who may have all the answers.

But being a detective isn’t as easy as Sonya thinks. On top of that, Jaxon always seems to be in the right place at the right time. Is he a suspect, or is he falling for her? More important, is she falling for him?

The round has begun. Who will flirt? Who will win? Will hearts break in the process?

About the author:

Deanna Dee is strictly human and does not, to her knowledge, own a hyena. She lives by the sea, which she takes full advantage of in the summer time. Nerd culture and pop culture make up the shameless downtime of her life. The rest of it is writing, and she’s okay with that.

You can follow Deanna on goodreads, and twitter.

You can purchase Finish Him on amazon.

My review:

Finish Him is an adorable geeky read. 

Sonya Black the main character is a girl with a passion, it's video games and fantasy role playing.
In being completely honest, I know nothing about D&D or much about video games for that matter, so when the characters were involved with their main passion and activity I was learning as I read. 

Sonya doesn't have much in common with her older sister, or any of her family members for that matter, and is content it seems to be the black sheep, as her circle of friends are close and loyal.
One evening she receives an unexpected call from a bouncer at the club, her sister has been drugged. When she picks up her sister, the bouncer (Jaxon) is nothing but kind, and concerned. Sonya concerned for her sister decides to investigate into the drugging and vows to find the one responsible.
This is what you might think the book centres around, but it doesn't. Her investigation is short, and it resumes to the geeky feel good bond between her and her friends, and Jaxon declares mutual interests and their relationship doesn't blossom like a typical romance, but it gets there eventually.
Slowly the book returns to the repeat druggings and the victims and finally the suspect is revealed. I'm happy to say Sonya does have involvement with that, and we circle around to her relationship with Jaxon and hidden secrets revealed. 

This had a bit too much video game, and fantasy play for me personally, but it was a pleasant read nonetheless, and i would recommend it for anyone looking for a light fun read.

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. I received the above book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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