“What I’ve Done” is the fourth installment in the Morgan Dane series. Morgan and her team must prove the innocence of a young woman who can’t remember if she killed someone. I found this book to be a good read but a little predictable in the end.
Haley Powell wakes up covered in blood in a bedroom she doesn’t recognize and no memory of how she got there. Morgan and her team take on the case as a personal favor to Lincoln Sharp since Haley is the daughter of his former partner. Their investigation is hampered by a cast of characters with their own motives for committing the murder Haley is accused. From the deceased unhinged brother, his best friends, to Haley’s own former boyfriend, these characters led Morgan through various twists that kept her from discovering the true culprit.
This is the first book of Melinda Leigh’s I have read. I am thrilled how real her characters and plot feel. Melinda Leigh makes you feel like you know Morgan and her team on a personal level. While I truly enjoyed this book, I found the outcome to be predictable, even with all the twists and turns scattered throughout. A very good read and would recommend.
Morgan Dane’s new client has blood on her hands—and no recollection of what happened—as the #1 Amazon Charts bestselling series continues.
Haley Powell wakes up covered in blood, with no memory of the night before. When she sees a man lying in the backyard, stabbed to death, she has only one terrified thought: What have I done?
Agreeing to take the case as a favor to her PI friend Lincoln Sharp, Morgan must scale a mountain of damning circumstantial and forensic evidence to prove her client innocent. Haley couldn’t appear more guilty: her bloodstained fingerprints are on the murder weapon, and she has no alibi. But Morgan can’t shake the feeling that this shocked young woman has been framed.
Someone out there is hell-bent on sabotaging her defense, targeting Morgan, her partner, and especially Haley. Someone who will stop at nothing—and whose next move will be deadly.