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    Murder and Marriage

    Jazzi, Ansel, andJerod are back and working to flip their latest investment property. While working on the new drive way, a body lands on the driveway as a load of gravel is delivered and this puts a kink in the team’s plan for getting the outside done before the weather takes a turn. It also spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E for Thane, the boyfriend of Jazzi’s sister, who fought with the man the day before his body was delivered. Jazzi finds herself trying to clear Thane and a few to her people before she and Ansel walk down the aisle. Murder and marriage, you can’t go wrong with this book! It’s a fun series that has recipes included at the end. You can’t go wrong adding this to your to be read list if you are a cozy lover!
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    Sexy Cozy Mystery

    Cousins Jazzi and Jerod, along with Jazzi’s fiancé Ansel are house flippers. They do most of the work themselves. They depend on others for things that are not in their wheelhouse, such as delivery of gravel and concrete as well as furnace replacement. Luckily they have a close friend, Thane that happens to be living with Jazzi’s sister Olivia, who is a whiz when it comes to heating and AC. But when Thane and Darby, the cranky old buzzard that delivers their gravel meet up at the reno house, Ansel and Jazzi discover a long lasting feud between the two men. They didn’t know that Thane’s best friend, Walker is Darby’s son. Walker and his mother fled from the abusive Darby two years ago without a trace. Thane thinks Darby killed them. When Darby ends up dead in a load of gravel dumped at the house Ansel and Jazzi are working on, Thane is at the top of the list. But soon the list of suspects is broadened to the guys that worked for him, family members and all of his friends – who are more like enemies due to Darby’s volatile nature. When another person connected to Darby is found dead, and a presumed dead person is found alive the case becomes even more complicated. Jazzie is determined to help Detective Gaff find the murderer. He is more than willing to have her input, as they have worked several cases together in the past. But she has more than a murderer to worry about. She and Ansel are getting married in a few weeks and she doesn’t even have her wedding dress yet! I love cozy mysteries. Of course they are not War and Peace, but no one wants them to be. They are fun, fast reads with interesting elements. The house flipping factor is fun, especially if you are a fan of HGTV like I am. Another element that I love is the delicious foods Jazzi and Ansel cook and bake. They are a couple of foodies, sharing their love of food with us. As a bonus to the readers, a few of their recipes are included. The other element that was a bit different from most cozy mysteries is the romance between Jazzi and Ansel. Most cozies have the on again/off again boyfriends that never seem to be resolved. The sexy but never explicit interactions between the main characters was not frustrating or irritating to me like the traditional cozy plot lines of never committing in the relationship. Kudos to Ms. Lynn for having her characters have a happily ever after – with a side of murder. This is the third book in the Jazzi Zanders cozy mystery series and the first one I have read. It works well as a stand-alone novel. The only time I was confused was the first few chapters as there are several characters that are introduced from the previous novels. But I soon knew who everyone was and the role they played in the plot. DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION: I have a material connection because I received a review copy for free from Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Copyright © 2019 Laura Hartman
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    Good Read!

    This was another good installment in this series. The mystery was intriguing with quite few surprises along the way. The mystery elements in the books in this series are always very good. I could do with out the amount of innuendo in the story. There isn’t anything graphic but there are numerous mentions of those activities throughout the book(much like the previous books in this series). I will keep with the series because I really enjoy the mysteries but do wish the other would be toned down. I received this book from NetGalley and was not required to post a positive review. All thoughts are my own.
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    Not my favorite

    Being that the author and I have the same name (I'm Judy Lynn), I knew that I had to check this series out. With that being said, I just could not enjoy this book. With every single day, the author went into great detail of what they made for lunch and dinner, what they did for work, and the fact that Jazzi and Ansel had sex nearly every night (fortunately, that was not in great detail). If this would have been either a fixer upper cozy or a cooking cozy, I think I would have enjoyed it more. Also, I found it hard to believe that the sheriff would give a nod to Jazzi so that she could get in on the questioning. Sadly, this will not be a series that I continue. Thank you to Netgalley and Kensington for the copy. All opinions expressed are my own.

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