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Rightful Owner by Hemmie Martin

RightfulOwner_FlatforeBooks"When a murder occurs in an exclusive swinger’s club, DI Wednesday and DS Lennox find themselves immersed in a murky world of sex and secrets. It doesn’t take long for the members to turn on one another, and for their clandestine affairs to come crashing into their everyday lives. As Wednesday experiences the pressures of work and caring for her mother’s mental illness, and Lennox’s ex-wife has him worrying about the sustainability of his role as a father, their case brings about questions of personal freedom and they begin to wonder if we are all, in fact, owned in one way or another."
***Second in a series, but is not about the same case***
Rightful Owner by Hemmie Martin is the first of the many books I will hopefully be reviewing for Rightful Owner was good and I gave it a 4/5 stars. While it took a few chapters to have me riveted, it later kept me on the edge of my seat. No matter how cliche that sounds. It was exciting and I had multiple theories for who was the killer and I was completely wrong, which I loved!

I liked how Martin wrote about a murder surrounding a swinger's club, but it was not all about sex. In fact, Martin suggests at it but does not go into detail. I found this refreshing. I also liked her character development and how her characters did not fall flat. I liked how she also brought up some issues like mental problems, rocky relations with ex-wives or sexy relations with your partner's sister, who happens to be a journalist even if it was more of a side note to the main plot. 

The one thing that bugs me was that I read the second book in the series before the first. All well I'll just have to read the first one now! Which is definitely not a problem for me as I want more from DI Wednesday and DS Lennox, who have awesome names by the way. 

So before I leave you with goodbye, I recommend that you guys, girls, and everyone in between read it Rightful Owner if this is the genre you like or read it even if you do not usually read this genre because it was definitely enjoyable and well written! Also I would like to thank Hemmie Martin and AuthorAmp for letting me read this in advance of the publishing date. 

To purchase this book there will be links below for Amazon US and UK. There will also be the links for the lovely Hemmie Martin herself!

I hope all of you are having a wonderful week,
--UnderYourGrace aka Ashley :D

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