Mounted police officer Billie Mitchell has come back from the memories of war to a place of peace: a job she loves, partners she trusts, and a new home in Tacoma's rough and neglected Hilltop Area. But when a businessman is murdered and one of her neighbors becomes a suspect, her calm shatters yet again.
Heiress Merissa Karr has earned her own fortune working in urban renewal. After she witnesses her boss's murder, she becomes the next likely target, and for once, money can't buy her out of trouble. She needs to rely on Billie and other Hilltop residents-people who amount to nothing in her social circles-for her very survival.
On pristine polo fields and run-down city blocks, two worlds collide. Can hearts and minds open wide enough for acceptance and friendship to expand into love?
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- 06 05 2018
I really enjoyed Amounting to Nothing. I love the Billie character. Living in a rundown section of town. Being a mounted patrol officer. Loving the horses. She meets Merissa, when Merissa is in the wrong place at the wrong time. NOTE> The following criticism has nothing to do with the story, plot or narration. Karis Walsh has a scene with Merissa cleaning stalls in her barn. I have worked in horse farms for wealthy people with a staff. They are NOT going to muck stalls. They may hand graze a horse or lead one to the paddock. This one detail bothered me tremendously.
Hollis Elizabeth does her usual excellent job with the narration.