Sunday, April 15, 2012

Book Review: Alibi in High Heels

Alibi in High Heels (A High Heels Mystery #4)Alibi in High Heels by Gemma Halliday

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Maddie's made it to the big time! Her shoe line took off and she's been requested at Fashion Week in PARIS! She's all set to go when she has an unfortunate incident with a sports car driven by a psychic who can't operate a clutch... (any guesses?) She won't let a little thing like "Wonder Boot" and the doctor's orders of no heels for 3 months get in the way of her dream though, so off she goes!

Things are off to a great start, until she finds a dead body, that is. Aside from the person being dead, there's something a little more creepy than that... the person has been stabbed in the neck... with one of Maddie's designer shoes. Coincidence?

The police don't seem to think so. She's getting pretty freaked out during the interrogation when who should show up to save her but... Felix?? The tabloid reporter? What's he doing here?

Not long after that, boyfriend/Bad Cop Ramirez is on his way, too. She promptly ignores his advice to stay out of trouble and gets herself locked up for B&E. Not only does Ramirez have to bail her out, but he has to spring her accomplice out, too. You can imagine he's not really happy about that one.

His unhappiness doesn't stop there, but I won't ruin that for you...


Things definitely got interesting in this book, to say the least. I'm quite anxious to get on to the next. If you're not reading this series yet, you should be!! There are some great laugh out loud moments and always a great story!


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