Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Rosanna Ingram

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was one of those books that you can sit and read, while drinking a cup of coffee, and get lost in the story.
Miriam is a detective in New York. She has been given a recent murder case that seems as though it could be the work of a serial killer. Miriam is dedicated to her job, and running, because it allows her mind to be clear and keep her past out. However, her past will be more than in her mind when her first love reappears in her life once again. She must focus on her case, though, because her best friend believes she is in danger.
Jesse is starting his new job as a firefighter in New York and is hoping to see Miriam once again so he can get the closure he never got. However, once reunited, instead of closure there is a spark of hope. He wants to be the man to keep Miriam safe…but from what? Or who?
There is so much going on in this story…the chasing of a killer, a man who can’t seem to get over a relationship that was just at the beginning stages, a best friend who talks to ghosts and sees the future, and an encounter with a ghost that has Jesse opening his eyes to believing in spirits.
This book was enjoyable and I finished it all in one sitting. I needed to know what was going to happen. I was pulled in by the spiritual elements. Over, a good story.

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