There were two stories going on at the same time that later merge into one. The storyline were never confusing, although there were quite a few characters, and I sometimes had trouble remembering who they were. I liked most of the characters and the very normal family life Joanna has with her husband and children. The story takes a few odd twists and turns and the Liza’s story isn’t very believable, but I am quite able to overlook the wild adventure and just enjoy the story. I normally do not like long prologues or intros, but in this case the prologue gave a good background to one of the main characters. I enjoyed Remains of Innocence very much and I look forward to picking up some more of the Joanna Brady series.
I received this book from the Partners in Crime blog tour in exchange for an honest review.