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    Dog Collar Cuisine by Adrienne Giordano

    Dog Collar Cuisine Book 5 of the often zany antics by the mob princess with a dog walking business, family, friends and the cop boyfriend. Mystery series with a bit of humor and bumbling investigations that somehow always seem to pay off. This book has a few sections told from the view of Tim but always written in third person. It's nice to understand his view of situations but prefer Lucile's convoluted thinking. I love Joey. He has a big protective streak but also a big heart. Excerpt: “Lucie’s phone rang. She glanced down to see O’Hottie lighting up the screen. He complained about the nickname, but down deep, he had to like it. Lucie sure did. “Hiya, handsome.” “My girl. What are you doing?” Tricky business here. Tim didn’t like her involved in what he termed screwball investigations. Sympathetic to the plight of her cop boyfriend, she chose not to put him in awkward positions by filling him in on every detail. Right now, this firefighter thing hadn’t quite materialized into anything and, in Lucie’s mind, wasn’t worth irritating her beloved. Yes, she’d protect him from this. What a crock. Protect herself from a lecture was more like it. She flicked a gaze at her laptop screen. “I’m working on a spreadsheet.” So she’d left out a few minor details.” Excerpt From: Giordano, Adrienne. “Dog Collar Cuisine.”
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    A. Giordano's Dog Collar Cuisine

    Lucie Rizzo is known as the Mafia princess as she is the daughter of an Italian mob boss. Coco Barknel is the company created by Lucie. She is thinking of expanding with a dog food line. Lucie decides to consult with a famous chef whose dog she walks. While she is at the chef's office a fire breaks out. Lucie manages to save his dog but then finds herself accused of stealing the chef's famous recipe written on a blue card. This calls for action to clear Lucie’s name. Her faithful crew which consists of Roseanne ( Lucie’s best friend), Joey (Lucie’s brother and current boyfriend of Roseanne), Irish Detective Tim O’Brien and her father, Italian mob boss, Joe Rizzo plus his friends even Lucie's mother gets in on the action. What a combination of characters to help prove Lucile's innocence!!! Feisty, vivid, colorful and well created cast of characters get involved in well plotted mystery. The story is mixed with danger, intrigue, suspense, some romance with lots of humor. This is book # 5 in the Lucie Rizzo Mystery series. It can be read as a stand alone. It is a page turner that is a fresh and unique cozy. You will enjoy the dogs and the trash mouth parrot involved with Lucie's dog walking business. I volunteered to read this Advanced Reader's Copy. Thanks to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.
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    Cozy Mystery - Contemporary Romance

    Lucie finds herself unwittingly and unwillingly in trouble again. While helping out a customer she becomes the target of someone maliciously accusing her of thievery and she knows she is not guilty SO in Lucie’s inimitable style she starts sleuthing for the real thief. This leads her to questionable behavior – at least in her boyfriend’s mind. Why questionable? Well, because Detective Tim “O’Hottie” O’Brien is an upholder and not a breaker of the law and sometimes Lucie bends and even slips across that line he upholds in his job. There are escapades and situations and suspects and dogs and romance along with family and caring and romance and sharing. This is a great addition to the series with Tim and Lucie growing closer together as a couple while figuring out how to be just Tim and Lucie without the influence of his job and her familial ties impinging on their relationship. Thank you to the author for the ARC – this is my honest review.
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    Best of the series!!!

    Here we go again with Lucie and her crazy family. While going to discuss a business matter with famed Chef Antoine, a fire breaks out in his building. After everything is taken care of, the only hard copy of his famous recipe is missing, and Lucie is accused of being the thief. Of course she’s innocent and is determined to clear herself and find the real culprit. In this book, her entire family is more involved than usual which makes for chaos and hilarity. I thoroughly enjoyed this latest addition to the series!
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    Loved!

    LOVED this book! Each book in the series is better than the prior book. I love Luci and her crazy antics as she tries to save her reputation and protect her family and BBF Ro. Even better, is Detective O'Hottie.......I love that nickname for him. Seriously, it's fun to read about Tim and Luci's relationship. He's a very rigid thinking police detective in love with the mob princess.....truly, so very funny. This is a wonderful series and, if you haven't discovered it yet, you are really missing out. This is a stand alone novel, however, the series is so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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