Tuesday, January 21, 2020

New Review! No Trespassing by K.D. Robicheaux 4.5 Cranky Stars

No TrespassingNo Trespassing by K.D. Robichaux
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 Cranky Stars

New Orleans is a city steeped in legends and lore a city so rich with history not even a great fire or heck even a great hurricane can keep the citizens down for long. New Orleans natives know all about their fair city and all it has to offer and that’s why it’s an archeologist dream because so much of it may be lore or some of it may be true. It’s in the secret catacombs where Emmy meets her self-proclaimed worst enemy Dean Savageman.

Emmy is the daughter of two very famous archeologists. She prefers to hide in the dank caves and pyramids making the next discovery for her blog because you see Emmy is a serious introvert and has a fear of crowds. When she is once again told no in her city nonetheless, she drowns her sorrows in tequila. We all know what happens when we sling back that much tequila. You make crazy spur of the moment decisions and for Emmy that might make her do something that is totally out of character for her. She finds herself in the secret catacombs basking in being the first one there when disaster ensues. Dean swoops in to save the day. He has seen glimpses of Emmy at his other sites, but he assumed she was a ghost he picked up so when he looks down to see the girl who is not a ghost in his arms, he knows he has found the one. All the highs of history making finds and having his own tv show Dean has a good life but a life in the spotlight that won’t sit well with Emmy. While in the catacombs they discover each other and the history of Nola.

This was my first KD Robicheaux book and it won’t be my last. She gave me adventure, love and fan yourself sexy times. Seriously I didn’t think anyone reciting history facts like the sexy beast Dean is would be a turn on, but he makes it easy. Emmy alone is character. She is so innocent in a lot of ways but whip smart she truly was unique. I really love those adventure shows on tv like Expedition Unknown and of course I do love a good museum, so I really enjoyed this book. If you love these things and the city of Nola, then this is the book for you.

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