I was very intrigued in reading this book after reading a sample provided. This is the second book to Louisa Luna’s series known as Alicia Vega. New to Louisa Luna, I felt the story was written well, great characters and didn’t feel I missed anything not having read the first book. It took me a bit to get into the story but once I did, I didn't want to put the book down. Alice and Max Caplan AKA Cap are brought in as consultants by the San Diego Police and the DEA to try and solve the murders of two Hispanic unidentified dead girls that appear that they could be victims of a human trafficking ring. It’s also possible the women were undocumented. As soon as Alice and Cap get closer to resolving the case they encounter problems with these organizations that cause them to question their involvement. The chemistry between Alice Vega and Max Caplan is cute and it was great to see Alicia was a strong female lead, especially in a male-dominated profession. However, some of the things that Alice did made it unbelievable and too far-fetched.
The story had a solid ending.