Hard Press d Rev Preston Andrews Senior Homicide Detective for the Virginia Beach Police Department is tall dark and handsome and wealthy beyond belief The son of U S Senator William Andrews and his love

  • Title: Hard Press'd
  • Author: Linda Rae Blair
  • ISBN: 2940011147081
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Nook
  • Rev 7 2011 Preston Andrews, Senior Homicide Detective for the Virginia Beach Police Department, is tall, dark and handsome and wealthy beyond belief The son of U.S Senator William Andrews and his lovely wife, Rosemary, lives in the mansion he d bought from his parents a few years ago He d grown up in the Virginia Beach summer home of his parents and loves it t Rev 7 2011 Preston Andrews, Senior Homicide Detective for the Virginia Beach Police Department, is tall, dark and handsome and wealthy beyond belief The son of U.S Senator William Andrews and his lovely wife, Rosemary, lives in the mansion he d bought from his parents a few years ago He d grown up in the Virginia Beach summer home of his parents and loves it than anyplace he s ever been.Along with the house came the skinny, prim and proper Lizzie, their housekeeper for the last 30 years of his life and second mother to the two children of the Andrews family.The third part of the acquisition was ex Marine, Special Ops, ex bodyguard to the family and long time friend, Palmer Now days Palmer spends his time acting as butler, driver and dog sitter for the 180 pound Mastiff and God alone knew what other huge species named Jones.Jones had just failed his 4th attempt at obedience training He wasn t a threat to anyone at least those who knew him recognized this But, there were the pesky habits of greeting people at the door by putting his catcher mitt sized paws on their shoulders and slurping their faces with a tongue the size of a hand towel, said linen commonly requested afterwards.Press, as his friends call him, also has a sister his baby sister, as he insists of thinking of her She is upset with him when we meet her He deserves it and he knows it She is currently punishing him for his last act of brotherly love, which caused her some embarrassment in front of her peers When we meet Preston, his personal life a mess, his professional life with several definite challenges at present, and murder collide.

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    1. Before I began reading the first Preston Andrews mystery, I feared there would be too much love and not enough crime for my taste, but actually there are murders aplenty. The story begins when young Macy Roberts is in trouble and arranges to meet someone she believes she can trust. Instead she is shot down brutally. And later we learn that several young women have disappeared without a trace. Apart from crime and drama, we do get a bit of romance and also some humorous relief e.g. when we meet P [...]

    2. I received a free download of "Hard Press'd", by Linda Rae Blair through the Giveaway, to read on my Kindle.This is a detective crime novel with some romance and humour.The story begins when young Macy Roberts is in trouble and arranges to meet someone she believes she can trust. Instead she received two lethal wounds, at close range, one bullet to the throat and one bullet to the head.Her death was quick and unexpected.The position of the body was just like she had lay down to take a nap.The v [...]

    3. I was very pleasantly surprised by this. I have found in the past when a female writer has a strong male character that the language and sexual content gets slightly out of hand. That was true in this story and I was grateful.Preston Andrews is a Senior Homicide Detective. His choice of career didn't set very well with his senator father. Preston is very comfortable with being around the wealthy set of Virginia Beach, which comes in handy when a young woman is murdered. This young lady was a fri [...]

    4. This is a review of the kindle edition, however, this is the same as the paperback edition I am sure. In this book we are introduced to Detective Preston Andrews. known as Press and his partner Trace. This is the first in a series of what is currently 5 books, and I was so impressed I have downloaded the other 4. Press, is dark and brooding and obvioulsy has a past, but he is a highly thought of, Top Notch, detective. He is called out in the middle of the night to the murder of a young woman who [...]

    5. Detective Press Andrews, comes from a wealthy family, has a huge dog and prefers working for the Virginia Beach police than the FBI. When a young wealthy women is killed in Virginia beach it is up to Press Andrews and his new partner to uncover the truth and learn who the killer is. When the FBI takes an interest in his case, he has a new woman, Rachel in his life. She is different from any other woman and has to keep secrets because of her job. As Detective Andrews and the FBI unravels the invo [...]

    6. While murder mysteries are not generally my genre of choice, I enjoyed this installment of Preston Andrews, detective of the Virginia Beach PD; what guy wouldn't be jealous of him, and what girl wouldn't want him???When it comes to murder-mysteries (and the few that I have read), I don't like long, drawn-out investigations. I like a fast pace and likeable characters with lots of intensitywho knew that you could get that in 192 pageswell worth the 99c. Happy reading :)

    7. I met Linda Rae Blair through some Facebook groups and developed a friendship with this kind, giving person. I wanted to read some of her books and picked this one to start with. I was not disappointed with my choice.Linda's writing style is just right for me. I like to read at night and prefer non-complicated, entertaining books to help me relax and unwind. The fast-paced story keep me up past my bedtime but it was worth it. I highly recommend this book to everyone.

    8. There are some weak points about this book that had my first instincts to be to rate this "didn't like" but, I liked it enough that "didn't like" would be a disservice. Since at the end of the book I was enjoying the warm glow of a book well read and a story that I enjoyed, I cannot in honesty rate it lower than "I liked it."

    9. I really liked the book and read it relatively fast, however even thought the character is likable enough the plot was lacking a bit of depth and the ending seemed a bit anticlimactic for my taste. There weren't any significant twists to this crime story and the style with the dates and times before the chapters truly reminded me of the old TV series JAG. Nonetheless a very entertaining read.

    10. This book started out really well and I was soon engrossed in the story. And then ended. It seemed like the author got tired of writing the book and ended it abruptly in ten pages just to get it done. So what should have been a five star book really fell flat.

    11. I liked the book, but I found the ending a bit light. The other thing is that it was predictable. The investigator is a hunk, and works with this beautiful woman. The bad guy is an a**hole and is so mean

    12. I'm press edA great read. The characters were interesting and the story moved along at a good pace, I could hardly put it down.I look forward to reading more from this author.

    13. Predictable plot. Preston Andrews was too perfect and his love interest staged and silly. Started off promising but quickly went downhill.

    14. Great series! I got this one because it was free and now I've read all but one. There's romance, suspense and humour!

    15. This was a good mystery. I liked the time/date format at each chapter. This reminded me of older type mysteries like Columbo. Especially with the old car. Very good.

    16. Two-haiku review:Young woman murderedRich detective, new partnerImmature writingAnnoying formatGrammar mistakes, simplisticStruggle to finish

    17. Starts off as a promising crime thriller with a good plot, but sadly fizzles out later, as if the writer was rushing to finish it

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