I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Fostering Death by K.M. Rockwood is an easy read. The story follows Jesse Damon, a parolee with really bad luck. Being a criminal Jesse is always a suspect so when his foster mother is murdered of course he is suspected.
I did enjoy this story. I never read the first book that Jesse was in so I felt I was missing parts of his story. The book does evidentually explain Jesse’s story and tell why he was in prison, but it does not really stand out to well. I also felt the character of Jesse was too naive and seemed to have the worst luck possible. Of course that could be the way he is supposed to be and could be why he was in prison. Everything comes together rather quickly in the last chapter I actually had to reread it to make sure I understood what actually happened. Overall I did like the book and would read more of Rockwood’s work.
I gave the book 4 stars on Goodreads and on Amazon. I would read another one of K.M. Rockwood’s books to see if the character of Jesse can grow any.