Friday, August 4, 2017


Title: Unzipped
Series: A Chrissy McMullen Mystery #1
Author: Lois Greiman
Rating: 

ANALYZE THIS.…

Chrissy McMullen has made a career leap, all the way from slinging drinks at Chicago’s most notorious nightclub to dispensing psychotherapy from her sleek new practice in L.A. Even if she can’t quite shed her too-loud, too-curvy alter ego–or the brawling family that insists on claiming kinship. So when her most famous client, buff football star “Bomber” Bomstad, starts chasing her around her desk and getting, well…unzipped…Christina gets just a little miffed–until Bomber has the bad manners to drop dead at her feet.

Enter Jack Rivera, a no-nonsense detective with a grim attitude and a great butt, who’s determined to prove this cocktail-waitress-turned-shrink was engaging in some very unethical behavior. Persuading Rivera that she’s not a murderer isn’t going to be easy. Plunging headfirst into a city full of people in need of some serious therapy, Chrissy will have to use all her street smarts, a good deal of sex appeal, and a little love to clear her name–and cancel an appointment with a killer.

    

Chrissy is a shrink who is attacked one night in her office, and the man drops dead at her feet. Things start to get complicated for Chrissy when the detective Jack Rivera decides that she may be the only suspect. But these two have chemistry, and when Chrissy decides to investigate the matter herself this turns from bad to worse in ten seconds flat. 

This book was okay. I didn't like how Jack called his ex-wife his wife, and I also didn't like how I felt they were going to go through their relationship. It was a little bit annoying. Other than that I did like it, and it was an interesting mystery with a twist in the end as well. 

I don't think I will read more in this series, but this was a nice read to pass the time with. 
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