A year ago she lost everything. Now she wants revenge…
Accused of stealing artifacts from a five hundred year-old shipwreck, underwater archaeologist Erica Kesling is determined to clear her name. She’s concealed her past and taken a job certain to give her access to the buyer of the missing antiquities. She's finally closing in on her goal, when she's distracted by a sexy, charismatic intern who makes her want something other than revenge.
But Lee Scott is no intern. He's looking for the lead conspirator in an international artifact smuggling scheme, and Erica is his prime suspect. He’ll do whatever it takes to win her trust and get her to reveal her secrets, even seduce her.
As Erica and Lee struggle to conceal their real agendas, the one thing they can’t hide is the attraction that burns hot between them. When Erica’s quest puts her life in jeopardy, Lee must choose between old loyalties and a woman he never expected to fall for.
What I liked: There is suspense throughout Concrete Evidence that never lets up. Just when you think everything has been revealed, something else pops up. I enjoy Ms Grant's writing style and the way she puts the story together. The problem is trying to find good stopping points in the story. A good suspense will get the reader all wound up with your mind going a mile a minute. Concrete Evidence did that to me and I had to stop well before bed time so I could get some sleep. The dynamics between Erica and Lee are great and there's a bit of humor thrown in too. I hope at some point Ms Grant will do a story about a couple of the secondary characters, but maybe not, as the tension just added to the overall story.
What I didn't like: After reading Grave Danger, I couldn't in all honesty give Concrete Evidence the highest rating but there really was nothing about the book that I didn't like.
Ms Grant is going on my "must read" list and I can't wait for a new book. I only have one more on my Kindle to read. Sad!!
The Kindle version is well worth the $3.99 price. I realize when Amazon Digital Services is the distributor, the price for the paperback is higher but I'm not the type to pay the $9.82 for a paper back unless I collect the author's works. The Kindle edition was fine for me. However, if you don't have an e-reader and enjoy romantic suspense, get the paperback.