Cafe Latte

A Zion Sawyer Cozy Mystery, Book 6
Narrated by: Kelley Hazen
Series: A Zion Sawyer Cozy Mystery, Book 6
Length: 10 hrs and 30 mins
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Publisher's Summary

July arrives in Sequoia, bringing with it heat and long summer nights...and the Greenwood Fest. As the entire town prepares for an Earth friendly celebration of music and anti-drug messaging, Zion helps her parents settle into their new roles as residents of the sleepy tourist town. Now that everyone who is important to her is in Sequoia, Zion feels like things are finally coming together, until Tate gets a call from Los Angeles.

Going home is the last thing Tate wants to do, but with Zion by his side, he figures he’ll survive it, until there’s a murder in his parents’ retirement park. 

And the last thing he planned to do when he went home was to solve another case, but that seems to be what he and Zion do best.

©2020 M.L. Hamilton (P)2020 M.L. Hamilton

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Heart felt story 5/5

This was a soul searching story that was written with a truth that was heartfelt. M.L. Hamilton ---applause Kelley Hazen---the voice of Zion Sawyer and family-thank you

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As always, I enjoyed reading about the adventures of Tate and Zion. Cafe Latte is well written and entertaining. I look forward to the next book .

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An emotional listen

No spoilers here, but an unexpected tragedy takes Zion and Tate away from Sequoia. You’ll experience the full range of emotions in this story as they work through all of the issues. This one really tugged at my heartstrings. It amazes me how M.L. Hamilton’s words can bring out such strong emotions. One minute I’m laughing out loud and the next I’m sobbing like a baby. What an incredible talent. Having the right narrator will bring a story to the next level. Kelley Hazen is that narrator. She knows these characters and perfectly portrays their personalities and emotions. Fantastic! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Getting to know Tate more...:)

Book 6 in the series allows us to get to know Tate's history and his family relations a bit more... There is a mystery to be solved, of course, but what happens in the personal life of Zion and Tate's seems to be more important this time, And it's not bad at all; the book is as good a mystery as all the others in the series, with an intriguing plot and a bunch of crazily funny side characters Zion has to deal with (and if I were in her shoes I'd probably strangle at least one of them right at the beginning :)). But, adding to that, the social side of the story is at least as interesting as the investigation itself. Finding out more about Tate's past, about his relations with his parents lets us understand his character, his doubts, his dilemmas and his choices so much better. To cut it short, I really enjoyed this installment in the series a lot. So, if you've read or listened to the previous books in the series, you definitely shouldn't miss this one. If you don't know the series yet - just grab the books, you'll love Zion and her friends :) Narration by Ms Hazen is great again, with wonderful diversification of the voices of individual characters and a perfect balance between the emotional and the narrative... I just love the series in her interpretation :) DISCLAIMER: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Outstanding

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The book is not as calm as the title. Full of action to keep you listening. The narrator as always was easy to understand.

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#6 loved it

I loved the adventures Tate's mom and friends got into. This is such an amazing series. I identified with Tate in this one as I didn't know the Grandmother that was talked about in her eulogy. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Going to LA

I totally enjoy all the characters (they are like family) of Sequoia in this mystery series especially with the narration and was a long wait for this one. In this book the main characters are Zion Sawyer and Tate, as well as Logan, Jaguar, her fun parents who move there and more. This book Tate gets call from his mother as she says her retirement park is having problems so he and Zion go there and solves a murder. Recommend if you enjoy cozy mystery series but suggest you listen from the start to know the characters. Keep them coming. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you

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An Awesome Listen

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the narrator and extremely enjoyable. Life is just running to smooth for Zion and Tate, until he gets a phone call from his mother. Zion and Tate head to his mother's and find a whole new kind of craziness in the retirement community and a murder to solve. As always an awesome story with great characters that makes you laugh and cry, sometimes at the same moment. This combination of author and narrator is just pure enjoyment. Looking forward to the next book.

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  • 08-02-20

Awesome

Another fantastic audio book in this series. Can not recommend it highly enough. Brilliant storyline and great characters I just love this series . Kelly Hazen is an amazing narrator. ❤️💖😻🤧🥳

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  • A D.
  • 08-01-20

Absolutely fantastic!!

Having committed to this series a long time ago, I dived into this audiobook experience with a lot of anticipation. And I loved it!! It completely lived up to every expectation I had and exceeded them too. But how does one express the magic of this series. Perhaps this conversation between the two protagonists best sums it up: "If the FBI listened to our conversations, you know they'd think this was code for drug deals or something," [Zion] said. Tate chuckled with her. " Of course they would. Our conversations are the stuff of madness." "Yup. I regularly feel like I have gone down the rabbit hole, Tate." "You and me both, Dreamgirl. You and me both." Sequoia is literally filled with characters that are each amazingly quirky and unique. Despite the feeling of going "down the rabbit hole" there is just such a wonderful sense of community. Of course, there is a mystery to solve but it is heavy on the cozy bit, with oodles and oodles of the feel-good factor. The Zion-Tate team go above and beyond to get to the bottom of the case each and every time. The only thing I do not like about this book is the fact it ends but author ML Hamilton and Kelley Hazen soften the blow with a teaser from the next book in the series. Thank goodness, because I am not ready to bid this series adieu. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.