Copís Daughter: Victoria
Laura Marie Henion
Whiskey Creek Press
Fiction, Suspense, Romance
Reviewed by Tami Brady
TCM Reviews- www.tcm-ca.com
Victoria Mardullo wasnít looking for a relationship. She was still a little love shy from her last romantic experience. Everyone (including Victoria) had always assumed that Victoria and Steven Soranno were meant to get married, have a family, and live happily ever after. But when Steven went
on one of his secret missions, everything changed. For months, no one heard anything about Steven. No one was really sure if he were dead or alive. Eventually, Victoria had to come to grips with the fact that either Steven was dead or he just didnít want anything to do with her.
Victoria had decided to focus on her career, writing for Search and Seizure Magazine. At the moment, she was working on two particularly important projects: examining police corruption and finding her fatherís killer. As luck would have it, her explorations would take her right to the killer, into harmís way, and to the love of her life.
As I started reading the few chapters of Copís Daughter: Victoria, I began getting a little snippy and sarcastic. In my mind, I started a checking list: hereís the love interest, hereís the killer, and at the end such and such will happen. Then, the author started to surprise me. I wasnít so smart after all. Moreover, once these unexpected events began, I found myself unable to put down the text until I found out exactly who was who and what would happen at the end of the story.