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So, Jack takes his soon to be (hopefully) fiancé to meet his parents. When they arrive with their monster sized dog (thinking Lady might be problematic), they will soon realize they owe her their lives.
This is a fast paced mystery with family friendly language and although Jack and his girlfriend are living together, at his parents house Alice gets the bedroom and Jack gets the couch.
Good story with an unexpected ending and more than one criminal.
These books do not have to be read in order however the relationship between Jack and Alice progresses with continuity through each.
Ending is something I would expect from a chic-lit book but hey a romance is ok sometimes.
Andrew Tell does a very good job narrating.
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Jack of Hearts is Book 7 in the Jack Stratton series. It has become one of favorite series and Christopher Greyson has become one of my favorite authors since the audio versions of some of the novels were first released five months ago. The series dwells in the light and fun part of the mystery/thriller genre. The novels also have more romance, but not sex, than most written by male authors. Author Greyson writes about some sympathetic but flawed main characters and he develops them brilliantly. The main characters are ex-cop Jack and his girlfriend Alice (Alice is not called Replacement for the first time in Jack of Hearts).
I love the Jack Stratton series and I highly recommend it. The books do not have to be listened to in order; indeed, Book 6 titled And Then She Was Gone should be read first followed by Book 1 titled Girl Jacked followed by Books 2, 3, 4 ,5 and then 7. Andrew Tell narrates all books in the series superbly.
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