Cost of Repairs was my Amazon Prime borrow for November. It was fairly engaging and I liked the characters, but a couple of things interfered with my enjoyment. I wonder if the author is perhaps not an American, because she makes several mistakes that seem typical of a non-American. I have already returned the book, so I couldn't double check the details below. From memory:
(1) Few people would accuse this country of having outrageously short prison sentences. I found it extremely improbable that a gang of people who(show spoiler)
(2) Laws vary by state but again, it is very unlikely that(show spoiler)
(3) I have to think the author lives somewhere with universal health coverage, because it turns out that Rey's(show spoiler)
I actually liked the story when I wasn't being yanked out of it. It does pile on the tragedy and the violence, but I didn't feel angsted to death. I might read the next one.