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    Couldn’t finish

    One of those books I tried to like, but couldn’t. Unlikeable characters, strange story. While I admire anyone who writes and puts it out there, I just could not finish this.
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    I was really surprised by the series

    Dog Collar Crime took me a bit by surprise. It wasn’t the book I was expecting to read. Dog Collar Crime was an upbeat, mystery of who’s dog napping and why. Lucie along with the help of her family and friends set out to solve the mystery. Since their parents are all members of crime families, they can’t really involve the cops, but they can’t not involve them. Let the fun hijinks begin! I really like Lucie. She was a smart, do it for herself, prove to the world person. And I even liked the rest of the characters, from her on and off again boyfriend Frankie, her crack me up BFF Ro, and even her brother grew on me a little bit. Somehow I know there’s more to the story for her brother, Joey and maybe future Lucie Rizzo books will tell his story. The detective that was “helping”?, well, him I’m not so sure about. We’ll have to see where that goes. Over all, there was more than just pretty bling to this story.
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    Adrienne Giordano has gone to the dogs!

    In her new book “Dog Collar Crime,” the USA Today bestselling author adds a little humor to her winning formula in serial romantic suspense. In what will (hopefully) be the start of a new series, we meet Lucie Rizzo, the feisty daughter of incarcerated mob boss Joe Rizzo. Lucie has moved back into her family home after losing her job, but desperately wants to escape the stigma of the mob-princess reputation and build a successful – and legitimate – career of her own. Working as a part-time dog-walker, Lucie throws herself into a new enterprise of making high-end dog accessories, when she hits a snag: her four-legged dog-walking clients, many of whom are sporting her sparkly creations, are being dognapped in broad daylight. Lucie is determined to figure out why the pooches are being pilfered, while simultaneously trying to sort out her complicated love life. Much mayhem ensues as Lucie’s on-again off-again boyfriend Frankie and Lucie’s irksome brother are also pulled in to help solve the mystery and keep Lucie safe from repeated dog-snatching attempts. The story trots along at a merry pace, with colorful characters and an enticing back story that helps the reader feel like she is in the middle of all the action. Lucie’s character is reminiscent of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum, without the latter’s tendency for cute klutziness that has become her trademark. Lucie is a sassy, vibrant heroine with a soft spot for canines and sexy shoes. Her struggle to separate herself from the alleged illegal activities of her father and his cronies is a recurring theme throughout the book, as it threatens to jeopardize her business, her relationships with those she loves most, and her own sense of identity. This is a fun read, with unexpected twists that keep the reader interested. The characters are likeable, and diverse enough for the reader to care what happens to all of them. There are enough peripheral characters that one can only hope Giordano plans additional books with some of the other players taking center stage.
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    Fun and entertaining to read!

    was a very entertaining read. Good stowith a few surprises. Characters were very likeable.
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    Dog collar crime

    Lucie is a fun, dog loving girl who gets into major scrapes. I enjoyed the book.
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