Midnight on the Mississippi by Mary Ellis


Nicki Price is 25 ymidnight on the mississippiears old, and comes from a poor country family; freshly graduated from PI school and ready to help her cousin Nate with his PI business.   She presents a case for her services to Nate; he’s not buying, that is, until his client over rules him.


Nate has a rich society client charged with murdering his partner and doesn’t want Nicki in the way.  Nicki is attracted to said accused murderer, Hunter Galen and ready to ply her trade of private investigator.


Hunter is not just a privileged society boy, he is a hard-working, hard playing high-powered stock trader that loves the risk, and it doesn’t hurt that he is as handsome as sin in the Big Easy.  He is prime suspect number one in the murder of his crooked partner.


He also has a spoiled society “almost” fiancee.  The dance of attraction and love between Hunter and Nicki begins. It will not be without twists and turns, then more turns, nor is it a smooth ride, mysteries, murders new and old, blackmail, vengeful almost fiancée, and the games people play.  We watch Hunter learn to see the world through



Nicki’s eyes and Nicki learns to let go of old preconceived notions about the wealthy as she sees Hunter’s world thru the good he does with his wealth.  This is a fast paced story, which does not lag for the reader, and the plots keep coming, it will hold your interest to the last page.


I didn’t want to put it down; I just had to know who, what and when.


I recommend this book to anyone that loves a good clean Christian love story with a strong hero and heroine.  The Author, Mary Ellis, created a great story that will keep your attention and entertain you.


I received this book from the publisher and Netgalley in return for an honest review.


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