My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is another cozy mystery series. I liked the character Annie who returns to her hometown to get away from the trouble her ex-boyfriend is in. She is afraid she will end up right in the middle of it. She receives a message that her aunt’s cafe burned down and that is when she decides to head home. She has been estranged from her parents, so she goes right to her aunt. They reopen a new cafe in a new building. The first morning Annie arrives she finds her ex dead in a booth. Many more strange things happen to Annie and her aunt. It’s a fun easy read with a few surprises.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is the first book I have read from Becki Willis. It’s a romantic mystery that keeps you guessing until the end. The romantic scenes were definitely R rated, but done tastefully. Ashli is being stalked and the police don’t take her seriously so she hires a private detective to protect her. Of course Lange is drop dead gorgeous and she is the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen. Ashli, however doesn’t realize her beauty, inside or out is anything special. There is more going on than trying to catch the stalker. Lange has no family and feels like he has no roots. He slowly opens himself up to the possibility of new love complete with family and a home. I really liked the book. However, I am noticing that many of these kindle edition of books have many mistakes in them. I am not sure if they are not edited well, or if there is some problem in creating the ebooks.
I only had two books to post today. We spent most of yesterday running around. I had my reader with me, but somehow the book I was reading disappeared. Never had that happen before. Then I started to read another book and my reader’s battery died. By the time we had supper and got home, I decided I needed a break from reading for the evening. I am determined to complete my 100 books challenge for the year. So, I have been binge reading. I tend to do things in binges. That’s how I quilt too. 🙂
Speaking of quilting. I am getting ready to make a quilt for my grandson Andrew. He has Aspberger’s and he is a sweet heart. He loves logos and signs and he has always loved Route 66 and old cars. So I found the best fabric. It’s called “Get Your Kicks” by RJR Fabrics. It came out in 2012 so I was really lucky to find it. Actually, my husband found it for me on Ebay.