Review of Catching a Man by Elizabeth Corrigan
Elizabeth has created varied carried who all have their own private lives and opinions.
In Kadin Stone she has formed someone most women can relate to as she tries to juggle her job, her family including her brother who insists on looking after her, and her potential relationships.
I also believe that in Kadin, Elizabeth has shown that not only in books, but in real life too, first impressions may not be what they seem.
Elizabeth truly makes Valeriel City as real as the world around us, and the book has a 50's feel to it including clothes and hairstyles, which came to life as I read.
I truly believe that Catching a Man is a book I shall re-read again at some point in the future, and I hope she will consider writing more novels about Kadin et al.
If you love books that fall under the fantasy/mystery category I recommend that this little gem doesn't pass you by.
Five Stars out of Five
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