I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
A really fun, fast-paced action-adventure all about art with a female protagonist.
BUT... as a Floridian, these are deal-breakers:
1. Houses in Orlando do not have basements. They don't have cellars either. What they'd have if they were stupid enough to try is a house in the middle of a swamp, so this is not an architectural quirk of Floridian style. No basements.
2. If you're in Miami and you're out on a boat, you're in the Atlantic Ocean, not the Gulf of Mexico. Or any other Gulf. Seriously, look at a map next time you write a book; this is not an obscure fact.
Once I got past these egregious errors (I almost didn't) at the beginning, the story was fun. Definitely not a deep or heavy read, but the art focus is a lot of fun and there are spies, and thieves and car chases and gadgets.
I'll read the next one, but I'm holding a grudge about the stupid errors.
(I'm using this one as my Read on Vacation square for Summer Book Bingo.)