Pointe And Shoot
by Alison Stone
Jayne Murphy has always put family first. That’s why she abandoned her dream of joining the police force to run her ailing mother’s dance studio.
When one of the studio’s most talented instructors dies in a car crash, Jayne isn’t convinced it was just an accident. Relentlessly pursuing her hunch, she teams up with Officer Danny Nolan, the best friend and partner of her brother Patrick, who died in the line of duty. Haunted by Patrick’s death, Danny has begun to question whether he should still be a cop at all.
As Jayne digs deeper, suspects emerge, including the victim’s clingy ex-boyfriend and a jealous foe from the cutthroat dance world. Her evolving insights into the case rekindle Jayne’s passion for police work. Danny, too, feels a renewed sense of purpose…and a definite attraction to his unofficial partner, which seems to be mutual. Now, if Jayne can only keep herself out of harm’s way, she and Danny both might get a second chance—with their careers and each other.
The dance world is a dangerous place...
I've read, and enjoyed, a few of Alison Stone's Love Inspired Suspense books so I jumped at the chance to read Pointe And Shoot. It is a slightly grittier romantic suspense story while still retaining the faith element.
This Book received a 4 Bark rating.
Pointe And Shoot is also an interesting look into the dance world, both the fun and the darker sides. Those of us who only watch The Nutcracker ballet and Riverdance have no clue what really goes on behind the curtain.
Whether you love Alison Stone's books or just love suspense Pointe And Shoot is one book you won't want to miss!
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives Pointe And Shoot by Alison Stone a 4 Bark rating.