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  • Complex and satisfying

    My fabourite type of story, unfolding slowly but naturally, so the character development holds my interest throughout. Castle Cove is a great place, with interedting residents, and I want to visit again soon!

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  • Anything but extraordinary

    I enjoyed this book...very funny dialogue between the characters...I had afew good chuckles

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  • Very good

    I was sorry the book ended. I wanted it to continue to find out what happened in their lives. The characters were interesting as well as the situation. It is a very innocent and simple mystery and love story. Great for a quick read.

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  • Part 1 of kooky trilogy about a con going straight

    Charlotte and her sister Paige are running from their con-artist parents. When they find a rent-free place in Castle Cove looking after a new-age shop for Ruby Simpson while she goes on a retreat with the Dalai Llama. Desperately trying to go straight Charlotte soon finds herself embroiled in small town life and impersonating Ruby as the local psychic. When Charlotte's vague prediction comes true she is suddenly consultant to the local police and investigating a mugging. This was just lovely. Ex-con trying to go straight, small town, cute cop - what's not to love. Only downside? This is really not a standalone.

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  • Bello

    Me gustó la historia, muy buena y muy realista en toda se secuencia.

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