I'm glad that these books have become a part of the Audible library. This is a very good series featuring a strong and intelligent female characters. I look forward to reading more in this series.
Kathleen and friends are back in another great book. Owen and Hercules are also great and add to the fun. There is a lot of character development and the plot was fast paced. I look forward to the next book.
I think this was the last in the series. If so, I'm very sad. This is a wonderful series and I'm glad I found it. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys cozy mysteries.
There are several things wrong in this book. 1. The lead character Quill and the sheriff have absolutely no chemistry. He tolerates her and treats her like a child.
2. Quill is a bit immature and lacks managerial skills neede to run an Inn.
3. Although Quill is the lead character she is weak and her character is never really fleched out.
4. Meg the chef at the Inn intentionally sabatoges her food for a disagreeable customer.
5. She also refuses to follow the guidelines made by the Department of health.
6. The plot was a bit slow and seemed to go around in circles for a while.
I like the idea of the world created so I might get the next book to see if any of these flaws are worked out.
I'm glad I bought this book for 1.99 after getting the Kindle version for free. The lead character, Mercy Watts, is annoying and unlikeable. She is related to everyone involved. Mercy also has issues because she looks like Marilyn Monroe. This is a very important point in the book because it is mentioned every three pages. Although it annoys her to look like Marilyn, she doesn't seem to mind using this to her advantage. Then, she complains about it. Like I said, not for me.
This was a delightful reaad. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and plot. I will look forward to the next book in the series.
I enjoyed the third book in this series. I hope more are written and that they are made available in the Audible library.
I bought this book because it was on sale. What a Waste!!! The characters were flat and superficial. I couldn't get beyond the first five chapters.
I think the narrator ruined this for me. From the beginning I was distracted by the narrator's voice. She made the lead character, Faith, sound as old as her grandmothers. However, the narrator can not be blamed for creating a lead character that was annoying and flat. Her involvement in the "investigation" was forced and beyond the scope of her disabilities. As an ex JAG administer, she should have had some scruples. Faith had none. It was just a bad book.
I read the Elemental Series by Elizabeth Hunter so I thought I would give this one a chance. I couldn't get into it. I'm sure it's not a bad book, but it just wasn't for me.
This is so far the best book in the series. The storyline was interesting and entertaining. This book was truly enjoyable.
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