When she was born, they named her January, even though it was April; but the following day, her parents decided to go with Olivia Chatman. Now divorced from Sammy, for the past six months she has lived at home trying to sort out her life.
Tucker Monroe has a past he does not discuss. He also has the Midas touch when it comes to the market. While attending the Christmas party, he meets Olivia and cannot get her off his mind.
Olivia is glad her best friend, Josephine, has been there during her divorce slump. During her parents Christmas party, she is thrilled to meet Tucker, who unfortunately is accompanied by Professor Cheryl Mechlenberg. Olivia never cared for the woman after taking one of her classes. When news of Cheryl’s death, the next day reaches them, Tucker is called in for questioning. Olivia is partly his alibi and is also called in for interrogation. Tucker really did not know Cheryl. Together, he and Olivia become sleuths as their hearts find a way of connecting. The sight of Olivia takes his breath away. He never met anyone like Olivia where the simplest word brings her joy. Once they find the killer, he hopes they can form a stronger attraction.
Oblivious is a page-turner. The plot thickens with more twists and turns as Olivia and Tucker begin their own investigation. With an innumerable cast, this story moves consistently as the reader comes to know the characters and do their own search to help the police. Cyndia Depre instills honest people who have been through trying times and want to start a new life. She sketches a story that allows the reader to become absorbed with the events and holds them captive until the end.
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