Review: 4 Months (Investigators #3) by Jessica Gadziala

4 Months (Investigators, #3)

4 Months (Investigators #3)

by Jessica Gadziala

A woman who can’t be found.
A man who can’t connect.

Barrett has worked hard to get his life exactly how he wants it. Solitary. Free from external pressure to try to be someone he isn’t. Nothing could convince him that he could possibly want anything more.

Until Clarke happened until his life with her mile-a-minute mouth, reckless impulsiveness, and her previously never before seen ability to take him just the way he is.

And he can’t help but wonder if maybe his friends and family were right; there was more to life. And even he could have it. With her.


5 Nerdy Stars on Goodreads

We finally get Barrett’s story! 4 Months is the third book in the Investigators Series.

Detective Connor Collings is a well know man within Navesink Bank and when he approaches Barrett to look for his daughter, Barrett can’t help but be intrigued with Clarke and where she might be. When he finds her he never expected her to be up to now good! But that’s sure what Clarke has got herself into.

The spark between these too is so hot and I was hooked from the very first chapter.  Everyone in Barrett’s world seems to think he is a geeky, computer nerd that gets lost in his own head for days. But Clarke gets him, they are the perfect balance for each other’s strengths and weakness. Clarke is the yin to Barrett’s yang.

4 Months is a slow burn, but it also has the suspense and action that we always get within Jessica’s books, along with the secondary characters this books was so good! Another 5 Star from me!



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