A hilarious Cozy mystery that will keep you hooked
Okay, it's safe to say that this is my new favorite mystery series, and I CAN'T WAIT for the next installment. This book is everything I never knew I ..Show More »needed in my life re: cozy mysteries. For one, it has some of the best humor, and secondly I adore the characters. The scene where Sophia gets a chakra massage from Moonbow with her "lustrous jewels," had me in a fit of laughter. It's such a great listen that pulls you in and I did not want to put it down!
Sophia is newly employed at a P.I firm & I enjoy her banter with Aiden, as well as their team work cracking the case. The two of them together ensures dialogue that will make you laugh. I enjoy learning more about Sophia's private life (her family is hysterical) & past, and she's overall a well rounded and dynamic character. She has wits & humor and a hell of a backbone. I love the whole cast of characters and can't wait to hear more. 100% worth a credit! This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
I read the first in this series and was offered this for review. I enjoyed the characters and storyline, I liken it to Stephanie Plum but it really is..Show More » quite different in many ways. I'm glad the two main characters aren't hot for each other all the time as well. This young lady is way more self sufficient than SP. Looking forward to next in this series!
I received this book for free for an honest and unbiased review.
Ok so I received the 2nd book in the series as a review book also, it is ..Show More »4;B is for Badgirls" and I had ranted on why authors start you in the middle of a series to review. Well after reviewing that book I went ahead and bought the first book "A is for Asshats". I love the titles of her books and they fit the stories perfectly! This book is great too, I now officially love this series. I have fallen in love with the entire cast of characters. So a former child actor turns PI and helps solve cases. This case involves finding the father of a child whose mother had "gotten around" there were many clients to go through. It is another solid story, with humor. At one point Aiden is at the table with the client texting inappropriate jokes to Sheby, who is also at the table and it was fun to hear the interactions. I am going to continue to follow this series no matter what, the narrator did a great job as well. I would definitely recommend this book to my friends.
I really liked this light read. The story revolves around a a murder but I didn’t feel weighed down by the listening experience. Tense, edge of your s..Show More »eat thrillers are great for an adrenaline rush, but having a pleasant, laughable experience is better for the spirit. The humor was clever and witty without relying on slapstick silliness, cheap sexual references, or out-and-out stupidity. Levity is inserted in the narrative in such a way to maximize appreciation. The obvious romantic tension between the two unsuspecting protagonists is, in itself, a hoot (albeit a tad bit frustrating).
Still, the story is a "who-done-it", and although I figured it out one of primary mysteries, there were enough other surprises to keep me going and guessing wrong, wrong, wrong! (Really fun way to fail.)
Just a note: I started the series with this second installment. Authors Rebecca Cantrell and Sean Black did a terrific job of keeping the story relatively independent from the first installment and seamlessly backfilling details that would have otherwise left gaps.
Madeline Mrozek’s upbeat tone and energetic pace matched the words, their context, and what I believed was the authors' intent. Her voice kind of reminds me of Samantha of the original “Bewitched” from back in the day. “Bewitch” was one of my favorites so, for me, this is a good thing (I’m not old, I’m just a rerun hound…. yeah. :-) ...)
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review. Thanks AudioBlast.