My Killer Vacation Review

My Killer Vacation Review

My Killer Vacation by Tessa Bailey

I’d been looking forward to this book for awhile so decided to squeeze it in as a bit of a palette cleanser between Fantasy series, and ended up devouring it in one sitting! It’s only a short read, clocking in at just 290 pages so this was easily done.

Taylor is a super sweet second grade teacher who inadvertently stumbles across a murder whilst on vacation. Myles is a ginormous, tattooed bounty hunter/private investigator who rides into town on his Harley Davidson to solve the crime. They are like chalk and cheese but something keeps drawing them together and despite themselves they just can’t seem to stay away.

Despite thoroughly enjoying the book, it's not without some flaws, it’s just easier to overlook them when you're reading at top speed because you’re loving the ride. Myles is the kind of guy you might need to leave a little of your feminism at the door for; he’s possessive and protective to a point that is *almost* uncomfortable, BUT he is working through some stuff and I think that’s part of his character development. And you might need to overlook the fact that everything between Myles and Taylor goes from 0 to light speed in the space of a glance, but the heat between them is delicious.

This book is a perfect summer, or holiday read as long as your game face is on for reading the seggsy scenes in public.

⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️


Genre: Contemporary Romance

Tropes: Grumpy / Sunshine | Murder Mystery

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