Duet

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Securing a job as a filing clerk on her detective boyfriend’s investigation team was the easy part. So were his overprotective meddling, his attempt at getting her to quit or him firing her (as if you could, Big guy). Writing about dirty cops proved quite different than hunting a serial or two, though. What started as a casual love affair may be the end of her. Literally! More
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About V. P. Trick

Career, family, metro-boulot-dodo and all that, until retirement. A middle life crisis later (a very early middle crisis), what if earth changed axis? Writing began and I’m hopeful to one day meeting a real Ingrid.

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About the Series: Alternate
All Patricia wishes for is a quiet job as ordinary people have so she can turn the reality of everyday life into fiction. A smart, somewhat delusional writer, she has no family but for a couple of odd friends whose past company has given her plenty of reasons to hate cops. Until Christopher.
Chris’s a tough, no-nonsense, independent forty-ish chief homicide detective, more bent on getting results than following the law. He has money to spare and nothing to lose. Until Patricia. He does things his way, and does them thoroughly, including her.
The two like each other. Sparks fly. It could be just your ordinary love affair, but nothing’s ever ordinary when the damn woman is involved. He takes any means necessary to protect her as the bodies pile up, but she keeps trying to help. I’m trained and armed, Angel. The idea of handcuffing her to his bedposts is becoming more enticing by the minute.

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Reviews

Ingrid Reips reviewed on Sep. 2, 2015

Just finished Duet and liked it very much so I bought Trois.
By the way even trough my name is INGRID, I'm sure I'm not the one your looking for Mr. Trick, so sorry!!!
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Dean Thompson reviewed on Feb. 18, 2015

A great gripping story, interesting characters with amusing interplay. Some very good dialog.

However... Seriously let down by the lack of or poor editing. Many many errors! Wrong words ('loose' instead of 'lose' probably the most common, 'worst' instead of 'worse', 'too' instead of 'to'), mixed tense in the one sentence, wrong verb form, wrong tense etc etc. (e.g 'lets met up with the others' [lets meet], 'I learn a few things this week-end' [I learned/learn], 'she bitted her lips' [she bit], 'Came Monday she tried' [Come Monday]... 'Dead found them' [Death found them], 'Blood thicken by the heat' [thickened by], 'You get to met the' [get to meet] etc etc

Properly cleaned up it would make a really good book.
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