Dial A for Addison by Piper Davenport, Harley Stone


Despite their economic and social differences, Addison Allen and Dylan James have been inseparable since sixth grade. But when Dylan is arrested for the murder of her ex-boss, prison bars threaten to be the one thing that finally comes between them.

The body left on Dylan’s doorstep proves to be too problematic for even Addison’s enormous bank account, forcing the duo to roll up their sleeves and search for the murderer themselves. Working to prove Dylan’s innocence brings out an unexpected passion for investigating a knack for uncovering the buried truth.

However, their freshly-acquired skills propel them into a dangerous new world full of lies, secrets, and quite possibly… romance.

Will they be able to keep Dylan out of jail?
Or will they lose their hearts, and maybe even their lives, in the process?


My Review:

As always, Piper Davenport has delivered another amazing story!  I’ve read all of Piper’s books, but I’m  new to Harley Stone.  This collaboration is the beginning of a new series, and I can’t wait to see what they come up with next!  The action was non stop from the beginning, and kept me glued to my kindle.  The story line was fun, and the characters interesting.  The authors worked well together and kept me laughing.  The interactions between the two female leads was hilarious, and I never knew what they would get up to next.  There was so much going on in this story, from the underlying mystery, and the amateurish detective skills of the lead characters, to the friendships and romantic relationships of the girls and their leading guys.  It made for an amazing intro to a new type of story from one of my favorite authors!

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