Thursday, November 16, 2017

Review: Out of the Ordinary by:Jen Turano

 Out of the Ordinary (Apart From the Crowd #2)
About the Book:
When shipping magnate Harrison Sinclair's mother catches Gertrude Cadwalader, paid companion to the light-fingered Mrs. Davenport, returning a pilfered item, she comes to the wrong conclusion. However, Harrison is eager to mend fences once he realizes the error. After a real thief starts preying on society, can Gertrude and Harrison catch the culprit?

My Review:
 Just like in the previous addition to this series, the author does not disappoint. She takes you on an adventure into the lives of these characters. She shows the good side of them as well as the bad. Gertrude isn't as terrible as she is made out to be. Harrison seems to show some interest in her but will this couple keep it all about business as they try to find out who this allusive thief may be?

 Jen Turano hits this one out of the ballpark. I love the interaction between the two main characters and even Harrison's mother reminded me of a pesky irritating lady off of some television show from the past. The story plays out just like an episode from The Walton's. Not the same time period but full of adventure and enthusiasm. This is book 2 in the A Part From the Crowd series.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All opinions are my own.