★★★★ "The main reason I would be interested in reading future books is the main protagonist. I liked Blayze, and I think he is a perfect main character. The author allowed the story to go on and the plot to captivate the reader, even though it is a character-driven book. There isn’t a saturation of any key elements; the pace and the supporting characters shine especially well throughout the story.
While this story is told mainly through agent Carlson’s investigation of the crime, the author expands the suspense by introducing interesting crew members who are working on the cruise ship. One of the crucial side characters was Simon, a dance crew member. He is someone the reader gets to know well. With him, we follow the intricate relationships other workers on the ship had. There are many complex and interwoven connections, as one would expect from a close-knit work setting.
Nevertheless, there is nothing I disliked about this book. So, I can’t rate it lower than a perfect score of four out of four stars.
If you are fans of this genre, you will make a perfect recommendation group for this book. Furthermore, readers who enjoy intrigue, police procedures, workplace drama, and closed-circuit mysteries should give this book a chance. If you are a reader who likes to guess who the bad guy is or you are curious about the character’s development, this book will not disappoint you."