Jill Shalvis: Seeing Red (January TBR Challenge)

Published May 2005, and I got it from Revision 14 as a contest prize, signed by Jill herself.

The cover doesn’t really stand out from the current contemp or Romantic suspense covers. The art department did sort of take into consideration the title, though, since the title words are in red.

I enjoyed this book. It’s solid and well-written, but it just doesn’t stand out. Worth a read, but not worth space on your shelf. I’d honestly suggest getting it from a library if you want to read it.

What niggles at my mind is a plot point. So SPOILER AHEAD:

If Bill is a known gambler, why didn’t Joe or Kenny check up on him when it was found out that money has been going missing from the till?


This is the first full Shalvis novel I’ve read, and I’m not going to go glom her backlist. I didn’t enjoy Seeing Red enough to put in all that effort.

This is part of AngieW’s January TBR Challenge.


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