Chick lit, Mystery

Risky Biscuits by Mary Lee Ashford

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story. We have the standard formula of small-town life, a new transplant with a golden heart and an interesting cat. You will have to take my word for the fact that this was a very well written version of the cozy murder mystery genre(plus cat). That… Continue reading Risky Biscuits by Mary Lee Ashford

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The Unlikely Life of Maisie Meadows by Jenni Keer

I went on a culling spree and took away two books which I was floundering with on my NetGalley queue and told them why it was not working for me. I have given myself permission to do that because if I had finished struggling through it, I would have actually rated it badly despite it… Continue reading The Unlikely Life of Maisie Meadows by Jenni Keer

Chick lit, Mystery

Murder’s No Votive Confidence (Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery #1) by Christin Brecher

I am on a lucky spree (Finger's crossed) and seem to be clicking with the books that I am picking up. Now, most people who read on a regular basis would know how hard it is for such a thing to happen repeatedly and how happy it makes someone when it works out. I picked… Continue reading Murder’s No Votive Confidence (Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery #1) by Christin Brecher

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Sunshine Over Bluebell Castle (Bluebell Castle #2) by Sarah Bennett

The book is up for request till the 9th of august I really enjoyed the first book of the series: Spring Skies Over Bluebell Castle and was looking forward to finding out how the triplets manage the good fortune that they end up with in the first installment. I liked what happened in this one, but I… Continue reading Sunshine Over Bluebell Castle (Bluebell Castle #2) by Sarah Bennett

Chick lit, Mystery, Uncategorized

Slay Bells: A Christmas Village Mystery by T.C. Wescott

I have read, reviewed and liked the author's other series: Running from Scissors Running from Arrows This one, however, was not really my thing. I have had it on my list for a while and started and stopped it closer to its publication date. On the lookout for a quick read, I gave it another… Continue reading Slay Bells: A Christmas Village Mystery by T.C. Wescott