A light mystery with elements of the paranormal with characters being able to hear the cat’s thoughts. At times the tale held my interest and other times was upset that Christy did not seek the advice of a lawyer. There was a discussion of items that had no bearing on the plot. Romance and sex are present but no graphic violence.
Christy Jamieson and her daughter had to leave the family home as it was sold by her husband. Noelle is changing her schooling from private to public. Frank Jamieson, her husband is missing and suspected to embellishing his trust fund. He was sighted traveling in Mexico with his girlfriend. The police closed the case and told Christy she needs to find him by herself. The family cat was missing and when he returns Frank’s essence joined the cat. Christy asks a journalist, Quinn Armstrong to help search for Frank. Meanwhile, the trustees are putting pressure on Christy. Someone is releasing negatives items about Christy, the press reports are damaging to Christy. Christy must find answers before she loses everything.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from a-pubishing.com for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.