Review: Lost in Las Vegas by Kristen Painter

Title: Lost in Las Vegas

Author: Kristen Painter

Series: Frost & Crowe Mystery #1

Genre: Paranormal Mystery

Pages: 190

Read: January 7, 2021

5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

FYI, while this is a new series, I do think you need to read the Jayne Frost series to truly understand the characters and the world. This book starts a few weeks after the events in the last book of that series, Miss Frost Says I Do

Jayne and Sinclair are settling into married life at the North Pole but Sinclair is struggling with the lack of challenge. When they get tasked with visiting different Santa’s Workshops to boost morale he is excited for the new adventure. Their first stop is Las Vegas but things don’t go as expected. 

This was an emotional book and I loved every minute of it. Sinclair and Jayne’s new adventure is a harrowing one filled with life or death.  It’s a race against the clock for them to find the culprit and save the day, otherwise Sin and his family will never be the same again. I won’t say anything else about it because I don’t want to spoil anything. 

One thing I love about this series, and the previous one, that I loved was that it does an amazing job at showing what a healthy, strong relationship looks like and how important family can be. Sinclair and Jayne have a very strong marriage that just gets stronger with every book. There is also the strong bond his parents have. I just love a good series that shows the importance of family and your partner. 

Another wonderful part of this book is that we finally get Sinclair’s POV on events. In the previous series, Jayne Frost, only Jayne’s POV was provided. Having Sinclair’s POV in this book made it so much more emotional and heartbreaking if things went wrong. Also you could really feel his love for Jayne come through in his sections, and I absolutely loved it.

I loved every minute of this book and I really can’t wait to read their next adventure. 


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