Murder of a chaocolate-Covered Cherry ranks high and matches the quirkiness of books I've read by Janet Evanvich (Stephanie Plum) or Deborah Coonts(Lucky O'tool). It was well written and I could see it play out in my mind. I would read other books by Denise Swanson that are similar to this.
I really didn't know who did it until just a page or so before it was reveled. I don't think I'm a push over either.
I think most were good. I really couldn't pick one.
I didn't laugh as hard or much as I do with some of the other books but I did find myself yelling for heroine not to go back into the building.
Lucky has the most wonderful job around. The situations and drama and are really believable but almost outrageous. Funny.. FUN..but mainly interesting.
The love a family could have for adopted children.
Her excellent performance was on par with all the others.. With out a good performance the story would not have been as good.
Lots of laughing.
I was a bit disappointed in this one. There just didn't seem to be enough going on to keep me interested.
Great detail. Excellent Narrator.
I was right along side of Jane as she discovers herself. Perfectly balanced story of life & erotica.
The book was slow paced with great detail but it's hard to believe the main character wouldn't get any breaks. Needed more of her enjoying life.
This gives a hopeful view of what might happen with life and death. It's different and I felt good about the end.
Light easy and fun listen that is full of detail to put the right pictures in your head.
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