Blind Spot by Jo Richardson #BookReview #Paranormal #Romance #Mystery #Ghosts @booksirens

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Many thanks to Book Sirens and the author for a chance to read and review this book.

Trust me Guys YOU ARE IN FOR A RIDE with this one.

A paranormal romance with suspense and mystery with some great characters, Blind Spot is perfect for fans of this genre. There’s also a touch of humor that gives off a good vibe while reading this story.

Tucker is an ex-cop who is dead set on drinking to his death. There’s enough trauma in his life, trying to come to terms with his brother’s death, that the only thing he wants is to be left alone, but Sydney Fallon has already seen this mysterious stranger in her dreams and is not happy about lettings things be.

The small town vibe with a quirky grandmother and a loyal friend adds a lovely allure to this romantic suspense. The demons carried by Tucker are not easy and one can’t help but feel sorry for Tucker as the reasons becomes known to the reader. It is not just the mystery surrounding the death of Garrett but Tucker also has to deal with a past traumatic case of a missing girl and both the threads are tied up wonderfully by the author with a good dose of burning the bed room sheets in between.

I loved Sydney’s character and her ability to deal with Tucker, always making the first move to take the relationship forward. There’s an excessive use of F word in the book which feels natural whilst reading but be warned, if you are one of those readers that feels it objectionable.

Sydney Fallon has spent her entire life seeing things before they happen.

Tucker Chase is no exception.

He’s not looking for any new friends when he rolls into town.
He’s not looking for anything but a way to escape his past.

But how do you stay out of someone’s life when you see it flashing before your eyes on a daily basis? 



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