Some books I love, and some I savor! This I do both.
Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott bring suspense and the elusive romance in line throughout their mystery in London.
Strike (called by his last name due to constant mispronunciation of first) is a wounded war hero turned private investigator and hot as a sizzling iron.
He picks up a cold case of a former Playboy Bunny turned doctor with suspicious death circumstances. His beautiful partner, Robin, is on the trail with him.
Strike does his best to ignore the lurking emotional feeling he's experienced with Robin. Not too hard most of the time since his aunt, like a mother to him, is dying and their caseload is maxed.
Robin is doing the same, ignoring the attraction to Strike while she goes through a divorce along with extensive work hours.
The cold case highlights former police inadequacies and a strange connection to tarot cards and astrology.
Galbraith pulls the reader in as if you're living the story and can feel the energy expended with each dead end and lead in the case and romance. I just hope that Strike and Robin figure it soon!