Random Acts of Greed by Christy Barritt
Help me. Don’t trust anyone.
Do-gooder Holly Anna Paladin can’t believe her eyes when a healthy baby boy is left on her doorstep. What seems like good fortune quickly turns into concern when blood spatter is found on the bottom of the baby carrier. Something tragic—maybe deadly—happened in connection with the infant. The note left only adds to the confusion. What does it mean by “Don’t trust anyone”?
Holly is determined to figure out the identity of the baby. Is his mom someone from the inner-city youth center where she volunteers? Or maybe the connection is through Holly’s former job as a social worker? Even worse—what if the blood belongs to the baby’s mom?
Every answer Holly uncovers only leads to more questions. A sticky web of intrigue captures her imagination until she’s sure of only one thing: she must protect the baby at all cost.
This was a very enjoyable story. Holly is a fun character and I was pulled into her situation right away.
This had a lot of emotion. Having a baby left on her doorstep didn't seemed far fetched at all given Holly's background with Child Services. Her detective work definitely isn't something your average person would do, but she and her best friend, Jamie, (who is a reporter) really make a great team.
I was uncertain about how her relationship with Chase was going to turn out, but I was happy with how things came about. It seems like Holly has made some good decisions for her future.
I did suspect one of the main bad guys early on, but new info kept being discovered that kept things exciting.
About the Author:
Author: Christy Barritt
Publisher: Create Space
Published: June 30, 2016
Source: I received an eCopy from the author in exchange for an honest review.