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    I loved it!

    I was absolutely thrilled to have book number five in the series to read. I am guaranteed a great read from this series, I am never disappointed! There are so many things I like about it, including the strong female lead character Marley, the small town setting and the inhabitants. This latest offering has a strong plot involving a cold case. As always, a well written whodunit, which kept me guessing and engaged right until the reveal. I highly recommend this book, and I look forward to reading the next in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Loved It!

    Marley McKinney, owner of the Flip Side pancake house, is excited to volunteer for the local amateur chef competition. But, when Marley stops by to visit her boyfriend, Brett, at his work, she finds some human remains. Can Marley find out the true killer before another body is found? I literally read this book in a day. I couldn’t put it down. Marley is such a great character, and the plot was so full of twists that I couldn’t figure out whodunit and was surprised in the end. I can’t wait for the next installment to this great series. I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily reviewing it.
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    cozy- cook-off and an old skull

    A well-written cozy. I recommend reading this in series order to learn the backgrounds of the main characters so you can understand their decisions and actions in Crepe Expectations. A cold case surfaces with a skull and everyone from Wildwood Cove's old graduating class becomes a suspect, including Marley McKinney's boyfriend's sister, Chloe. As Marley investigates during a county wide amateur cook-off she finds herself facing a personal dilemma. A happy ever after to begin the next book in this series gives us something to look forward to. Book includes three Flip House recipes and the first chapter of the first book in the series. I volunteered to read an ARC from Lyrical/Kensington through Net Galley.
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    Fifth novel in series!

    While Crepe Expectations is the fifth novel in A Pancake House Mystery series, it can be read alone. Marley cannot believe that she is once again wrapped up in a cold case (neither can I). She is loving her life in Wildwood Cove with running the Flip Side, her beautiful Victorian home on the beach, good friends, a friendly feline named Flapjack, and a handsome boyfriend. If Marley could just avoid these pesky bodies that keep turning up. Sarah Fox’s writing style is casual like friends chatting on the front porch. The story proceeded as a relaxed pace with interesting characters, a charming tourist town, and adorable cats and a frisky dog. The little kittens’ antics had me chuckling and Bentley, Brett’s dog, with his happy, welcoming demeanor had me smiling. Marley is busier than a kitten with a ball of yarn in Crepe Expectations with the cold case, judging the competition, running the restaurant, worrying about Chloe, curious if someone from her past has risen from the dead and wondering if someone is sabotaging the contest. I would have liked more complexity to the cold case so it would have been more challenging to solve, and I hope cold cases have run their course for this series (need something different). Crepe Expectations has amiable cozy moments with girl’s movie night, the animal’s antics, shared meals, and romantic interludes. Readers of the series will especially love the ending. There are recipes for Boston cream crepes, marzipan pancakes, and banoffee crepes at the end. Relax back in your lounge chair as you enjoy the lighthearted Crepe Expectations.
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    Cozy Olympic Peninsula Mystery

    Cozy Olympic Peninsula Mystery This cozy mystery will keep the reader's interest for the entire book. No one will be able to predict the ending. The story is also filled with good food. There are great recipes included at the end of the story. I am looking forward to reading more of this author's work. I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.
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