A martini glass of sizzling romance, a jigger of suspense and crime, perfectly shaken with a twist of wacky humor.
Where would you draw the line between love and trust?
When Colin’s feisty great grandma Helga mysteriously disappears, Natalie and the gun-toting Svetlana rush to the rescue. With the help of Russian mafia goons and Natalie’s girlfriends, they get more than they bargained for. Natalie invites trouble into her life all over again. She could find herself questioned by the police, or worse, her relationship with Colin could become rickety once more.
And so the race begins: with grandma Helga on the loose, Colin turns to the police for help, and Natalie is a stiletto heel tip outside of the law. But being in the wrong has never felt so vindicated.
This is the third book of the series and I have to say I loved this one. Helga (Colin’s grandmother) is just too awesome, she is a feisty old woman who wants to have fun. Natalie being the girl she is can’t just sit there so she calls in her friends along with a couple Mafia guards go looking for Helga and her friend. Colin is still hiding things from Natalie, not trusting her to be her own person. This story was a great conclusion to a great series. Natalie helps Colin realize that she is not his ex-girlfriend or someone that needs to be taken care of all times, she will make mistakes but in the end she is her person. As a couple they have grown so much over the series and are looking forward to their future together.