Steele Resolve

Disclosure:  I received samples to facilitate my review.  This is my honest opinion only.  You may have a different outcome/opinion.

Steel Resolve
  Written by Kimberly Amato
  Fiction, Mystery
  Paperback, 155 Pages
  January 2015, $6.99

Jasmine Steele’s life was exactly where she had wanted it to be. She had the love of her life, a job as a detective and never gave up on her dream of writing the next great novel.

It’s true what they say about life, it changes without warning, and Jasmine’s dreams slammed to a halt the minute her brother was killed.

Between guilt, becoming the guardian of her nephew, hiding her grief – she lost her soulmate, her dreams and ultimately herself.

Now Steele is faced with a series of murders that pulls her back into her brother’s case and puts everyone around her in grave danger. Forced to face her demons, Steele must find out who the killer is before she loses someone else she loves.

The killer doesn't care who dies, especially if it keeps Steele quiet – permanently.  Sometimes your worst enemy is yourself.

Kimberly Amato is a freelance writer from New York and holds a Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  You can find her online at

My Thoughts
This was a short book (first in a new series), but it seemed to take me longer to read.  The characters were described very well and had you rooting for the relationship between Jasmine and her nephew, who she now has custody of after her brother's death.  She doesn't always have it easy being a female cop and things just keep getting worse.  All in all, a pretty good read.  I Rated This Book:  4/5 Stars ****

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