A Review of Sight Lines by Michelle DiCeglio

Sight Lines

by Michelle DiCeglio

4,0

First things first, I don’t think that the author wrote this book for me. I’m a 66 year-old, retired, male, construction worker. I was a little bit uncomfortable reading a novel where the main character, Lacey Mills. is a lesbian police detective. Her girlfriend was killed two years ago. She is thinking about getting her feet wet, but not sure that she is really ready to get involved with anyone quite yet. She does end up meeting a beautiful young web designer, Alison Rhodes. Ali and Lacey hit it off and before too long, they end up in bed. Now I know guys are supposed to get turned on by some hot girl-on-girl action, but it wasn’t really my thing. BTW, it wasn’t overly explicit either. I wouldn’t call it erotic.

For the most part, Ms. DiCeglio does a good job of bringing Lacey to life. She seems pretty lifelike, just, in my opinion, a bit too emotional to be a cop. It seems like her feelings would interfere with her job. They seem to cloud her judgement at a few crucial moments in this book. She has a hard shell act, but crumbles rather easily. I still liked her and wanted her to get though everything.

Sight Lines is a fast-paced, rather twisty, mystery. The story moves pretty quickly, but does slow down once in a while, mainly when Lacey’s emotions are getting the better of her. I did like some of the tender scenes that took place between Lacey and Ali, and also between Lacey and Bishop, her boss. Overall I enjoyed the story, even though it was a new experience for me.

I give Sight Lines 4 Stars out of 5, and a Thumbs Up! I think that the target audience for this book is the young, hip, female reader, who is looking for a mystery with a romantic twist. They should connect with this story much more than I did.

I received a Digital Review Copy from the publisher.

Book Description

Sight-Lines-cover-artPolice Detective Lacey Mills is on a mission to find a serial killer. Still reeling from the unsolved murder of her girlfriend two years earlier, Lacey has buried herself in work for too long. At least that’s what she’s told on her mandatory appointment with a shrink after being involved in a deadly shootout. It’s time to stop running away from every woman who shows interest in her.

When she meets a beautiful web designer named Ali, Lacey follows the doctor’s advice and lets herself take another chance on love. So much for cutting back on work—it turns out Ali has been hiding a big secret that might change the entire direction of Lacey’s murder investigation.

A mystery/suspense from Ellora’s Cave

Book Details

File Size: 758 KB
Print Length: 173 pages
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing Inc (November 6, 2015)
Publication Date: November 6, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
ASIN: B0178ADQF0
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray: Not Enabled
Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

About the Author

MDMichelle DiCeglio is the author of Sight Lines published through Ellora’s Cave Publishing, LLC. She has a bachelor’s degree in Criminology and has been working in corrections and law enforcement for fifteen years. She is the photographer and (sometimes) stage manager for a local theater troupe, and in her spare time she will write and direct short films with her friends. Her photography has been published in newspapers and online magazines/blogs.

Michelle is married, and has two dogs and four cats. She hopes to see her novels turn into a movie or television show one day (Netflix, are you listening?).

Michelle can be reached at michellediceg@gmail.com or her website: michellediceglio.com

She is also on twitter: MLRED219 and SightLinesNovel, and Instagram: MLRED_photography

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