Private Paris by James Patterson; 411 pages
Jack Morgan is in Paris when he gets a call from a long time client. His only granddaughter is in trouble in Paris and he wants Jack to bring her home safely. At the same time, someone is killing Parisians of cultural importance and leaving behind their calling card- AB-16 – and Private Paris is along for the ride.
When this one started I thought it was going to be just as disappointing as the last one I read. I’m happy to say it wasn’t. It ended up being a pretty intense read once we got more into the AB-16 crimes. Even the girl in trouble ended up being a pretty interesting story.
My thing is, I’m not a huge fan of Jack Morgan. He’s not a bad character but he’s your typical guys guy. He’s good looking and he knows it, he thinks and acts like he’s a total badass, and there seems to be a new woman every freaking book. Either there’s a new woman or he’s pining over Justine. This book was kinda a combo of both. Thank goodness no hookups in this book, just lots of descriptions of incredibly good looking women *eye roll*
Overall I actually really enjoyed the book and it gives me hope for the next one.
Goodreads Challenge: 70/105
Next review: Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo