Splitsville.com is more than Olivia Davis ever dreamed of when she launched the online break up service where she does the dirty work under the alias of Jenn. No one can find out she's the mastermind of her internet sensation, especially when they threaten her for breaking their hearts.
More importantly, Olivia can't keep a job. The problem is, she has a 'gift'. Or what she considers, a curse - reading auras. When a bunch of auras collide, Olivia isn't able to function. So having an online business works out great.
But when two of her clients turn up dead and puts her company at risk, she's the first one on the trail. With Splitsville.com future on the line, it's time to use her 'gift' to figure out who the killer is and who's trying to set her up.
You never know who's behind the monitor.
©lifetime Tonya Kappes (P)2012 Tonya Kappes
This was a fun an entertaining book. Based on the cover I thought the story was going to be about another ditzy blonde who stumbles on to a murder and stumbles into finding the killer. This book was more than that. Olivia Davis is intelligent, thoughtful, funny and brave. The mystery is solid and well plotted. The only drawback is that I thought it was a bit of a reach to have her as a suspect. As in all cozy mysteries, everything workd out at the end with several twists and turns. This is a good book. I audible gets the rest of the series.
I sure would listen to Splitsville.com again. Olivia is a fun quirky character that you just have to love.
the kissing booth!
Yes I find Karen Savage very easy to listen to her reading hold my interest!
This book made me laugh from start to finish. I loved listening to when she was doing her break-up sevice
I would recommend this to anyone who likes fun quirky books
No need to listen twice. Just a light summer read.
Most interesting aspect was her gift to see peoples Ora's.That was done well, and her realationship with her aunt. Least interesting was her relationship with her boyfriend. No developement on that aspect at all and I kept wanting it to and the story never made us really care.
I loved her, she has a great voice and really made me believe she was the character
Nope, sorry, wasnt that type of story line
I am glad I biought it, just wont need to listen again.
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