no!! for Kate Carlisle Yes!! for Eileen Stevens
No, just from this writer. I noticed she also writes romance fiction and seems to forget which genre she is in. I am reading for the mystery, not for a bodice ripper romance. She can't seem to help herself when introducing a new character. The descriptions don't belong in a mystery. The mysteries are fairly good for a cozy mystery, but she keeps mixing her genres. If I wanted to read about how a character's butt looks in his pants, I would read a different kind of book. I used my credits on the buy four get $10 sale. What a waste of credits. I will not be buying more of this series.
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I will read the next book in the series, but if it still pays more attention to the romance than the murder plot, that will be the last one.
I really enjoy Suzanne Toren's performance and would be pleased to listen to more of her work.
The Hannah series needs a follow-up, but not this particular story line. The character of Ross needs to GO AWAY.
I have enjoyed every other book in this series, but this one went off in another direction. It had more swooning than sleuthing. I always enjoy the recipes and this one had some good ones. Although it bothered me when it talked about Jo Fluke's ideas about the recipe when it has always kept in character and referred to Hannah's ideas in the recipes.
I don't know. I have been listening to the Scrumble River series and thought I might also enjoy this. I enjoy mysteries, but this had a lot of throbbing body parts, touches that sent shivers down someone's back, and other things that you don't usually find in a good mystery. Another reviewer was correct when she said it was 1/3 mystery and 2/3 sappy. I think Ms. Swanson may have been trying to make it sexy, but failed miserably.
Not the cozy mystery genre, but I'm not really sure what genre this belongs to. I definitely will not check to see if there is another book in this series.
Disappointment! I enjoyed the Scrumble River series from Denise Swanson and hoped this would be as good. It seems that Denise Swanson is trying to go in a steamier direction.
I can't think of anything that would have made this better. It was awful.
At least the first hour and 1/2, but that was as far as I could stand to listen. There was nothing there but boring description of the hunt from all (and I mean all) points of view.
Her other books have to be better than this one. Otherwise, how has she managed to sell any books at all. Please read the other reviews, I agree with all the ones that did not like this book.
I like to listen to light mysteries. This one was more romance than mystery. I hope this is not a trend from Dixie Cash. I have already purchased the next one in the series, and do hope it is more mystery than romance.
I have listened to others in the series. This one is not the best one. I have a hard time with the narrator. Her very unnatural accent grates on my nerves. She also should have checked on some of her pronunciations before she started. I will continue to finish the series because they are easy uncomplicated stories that I can listen to while I am doing something else.
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