Book Review: Third Eye P.I. by Ravenna Young

Next up, my review of “Third Eye P.I. (A Third Eye P.I. mystery book 1)” and a short story “Sweet Release (a Little Dark Short)” both by Ravenna Young.

img_3628⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 4 1/2 out of 5 stars

What a rollicking good time!

Third Eye P.I. was a thoroughly enjoyable read. We meet Cassie, a twenty-something private investigator on her first solo case. But if you expect this book, or her case, to be a straightforward “cheating spouse” assignment… you’re in for a treat!

While investigating a case, Cassie has her whole world turned upside down. Not only does her marriage fall apart, but now she’s having dreams that are coming true! Add that to her fledgling PI escapades and the fact that her sex drive is suddenly at level one million, and this was one laugh out loud ride! Doesn’t hurt that Cassie is surrounded by some serious man-candy either!

What kept me from giving the book 5 stars was the last chapter. It was good, but it felt rushed. Just as the story, and Cassie’s case, are wrapping up nicely the author threw in one more climactic event (no, this one has nothing to do with Cassie’s libido, get your mind out of the gutter). I’m sure this will play out further in he next book, but I felt like too many details were just glossed over.

Despite that, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to more of Cassie’s adventures.

This one is available to read for free on Kindle Unlimited, so check it out HERE.

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img_3627⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5 stars

Sweet Release is a brilliant short story about love and loss. If you’re looking for a lightning fast read full of emotion, this one’s for you.

Score your copy HERE.

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