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  • Three and a half

    Three and a half I thoroughly enjoy this authors work whether suspense or paranormal and here she takes us to the town of Pike as Kir returns to bury his late father. Things were never exactly rosy in his family because following an accident his father hit the bottle hard but perhaps there's a lot more at stake then anyone realises !. Lynne never doubted that she would take over from her father as the local vet and has recently broken up with her loser boyfriend. She is pleased to catch up with Kir and tries to help him as he pieces together the mystery surrounding letters his father used to receive. People start dying and whilst Kir never wanted to go into law enforcement like his father he is determined to get to the bottom of what's happening whether the sheriff wants him to or not ! Ok I enjoyed the mystery aspect here but honestly just didn't really get invested in the romance aspect here. Lynne is only apparently a few weeks out of a relationship and for me the couple whilst ok just didn't set the page on fire. Alas not my favourite by this author but nevertheless I will still keep reading her books. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • 3.75⭐

    Don't Look nicely kicks off Alexandra Ivy's new series with a story that sees two amateur sleuths Lynne and Kir investigating a serial killer who was once in regular contact with Kir's dad the former sheriff of Pike, Wisconsin; and as stories with amateur sleuths go I thought it was pretty good. Although, I did find it quite slow in places, and I wasn't entirely convinced that two amateurs were the best people to take on a serial killer and win. But nonetheless, I enjoyed it, and it did have a nice touch of romance, along with likable characters, a few red herrings and plenty of mystery, and it was that mystery in the end that really kept me reading. Would recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Coming Home

    Small Town Murder!! Icy Pike Wisconsin has a serial killer. Kir Jansen came home for his father’s funeral. He’s been gone for years. Eyes aren’t the windows to the soul, funerals are. They reveal precisely how the deceased lived their lives, and how those who remain behind want them to be remembered. Lynne is the town Vet. She is in danger when women in this small town are being murdered. There was a vicious monster out there. Kir wasn’t going to sit around twiddling his thumbs while the killer came closer and closer to Lynne. Action packed and fast paced. This story keeps you guessing until the end. Just when you think you know who the killer is your wrong. A slow burn love story. He intended to enjoy the sensations that she stirred to glorious life. He hadn’t felt such a potent attraction since ...

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  • Small Town Mystery

    So this book reminds me of a cozy mystery but better because it has all the stuff a cozy mystery is missing. The reason it reminds me of a cozy mystery is because both Lynne and Kir are not any sort of law enforcement. There is a great mystery in this book. There is also a love story starting between Lynne and Kir. They make a great team in this book. I also had no clue who the killer was and that made it more fun to read. I really hope we have more books with these two. I will be interested to see what happens with the Sheriff. *I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily giving my honest opinion*

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  • Entertaining book

    This was a well-written, entertaining book. Lynne is a vet in her hometown. Kir comes back to town when his father, the former sheriff, passes away. A serial killer is targeting people in town, and Kir is afraid Lynne will be next. They work together to try to stop the killer. The book was fast-paced and hard to put down. I enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more books by this author.

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