Curious Minds (Knight and Moon, #1) by: Janet Evanovich

Curious Minds (Knight and Moon, #1)Curious Minds by Janet Evanovich
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Janet Evanovich has a new duo – not for the serious minded reader…

If you want something fun, funny, cheesy, and with a little chemistry, come to Knight and Moon’s world. They are brought together when Riley Moon is asked by her boss to be the assistant to Emerson Knight. Knight has demanded to see his wealth where Riley’s place of employment Blake -Grunwald is holding his gold and other monetary assets. Emerson is a little flakey but fun and very astute. Riley is wanting to change the world by helping her clients with their finances, however, together they discover something evil lurking at Blake-Grunwald. Together with mishaps, mis-steps and mayhem they work together to stop a economic disaster.

I loved the wit of the narration and the fun this book has with her characters. A great book to escape the seriousness of our world!

A Special Thank you to Random House, Ballantine Books, and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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