Three months have passed since the events of The Wrong Woman.
Saskia is now working part-time with Jaiden, who is struggling to hide her feelings for her new friend and coworker.
Saskia thought Jaiden was flirting with her when she invited her to work "undercover", and she's frustrated that their private investigations have never wandered even remotely close to the erotic.
Neither Jaiden nor Saskia have had much luck with love. But when they finally kiss, it feels different...passionate...and unconditional.
Then a major problem comes crashing into Jaiden's life and her first instinct is to hide it.
And as secrets and lies start to spiral out of control, Saskia questions whether she should ever have trusted Jaiden with her already wounded heart.
A Question of Trust is the sixth novel by Jane Retzig and sequel to her popular lesbian mystery romance The Wrong Woman.
©2016 Jane Retzig (P)2016 Jane Retzig
Convincing. Enthralling. Romantic.
It would have to be the charismatic Jaiden because she is strong and brave but also remains vulnerable. Saskia is a very close second.
Yes, I loved her narration of "The Wrong Woman" in which we first meet these characters. She adds to the story by differentiating between the characters so clearly and making each one believable.
The ending - I'll say no more!
I received a copy of the book from the author with no strings attached - lucky me!
"Love all of Retzig novels"
This is a wonderful sequel. Her characters and story are well developed and you care to learn more about them. Her stories are not the typical arc of romance novels. I would highly recommend this book.
"I loved this book."
I loved this book. Excellent writing. I was glad I listened to The Wrong Woman before I started A Question of Trust. It really helps to read them in order. Love the depth of the characters. Excellent narration by Anne Day-Jones. Jane Retzig- Please keep writing the quality books that you do.
"Another Great Story from Ms. Retzig"
Though this story, as opposed to Kate and Nan's journey in the last installment, wasn't quite as perilous for character outcomes, the characters continue to be rich. The head hoping was skillfully done, allowing us to be relieved of perceptions in our good guys, while keeping us in the dark about the bad guys.
There were enough dangled tendrils to allow me the hope of more to come from the PI, ney Met. I agree it's a slippery slope when the law and right don't quite align themselves. Let's hope our do-gooder with the big heart walks it safely.
I do not get the hope between Jaden sleeping with and defending Mary to Mary being Jaden's long-lost mother. Huh?!? Anyway. The rest was great. Hopefully Sash will become more than two dimensional.
I've always loved mysteries. Well, I love mystery stories, not necessarily IRL mysteries. Through the suspension of reality, I am able to dispassionately live through tangled intricacies in plots. Thank you, Ms. Retzig.
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