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    Heaven to Betsy

    A fun, exciting read! I love Emily and all the rest of the gang. I cannot wait to read more about them.
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    Heaven to Betsy

    A romance with a bit of suspense and mystery, surrounding the disappearance of a child.
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    Heaven to Betsy

    What an enjoyable read! Could not put it down. Will have to take time off now to catch up on lost sleep. Cant wait to get to her next book.
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    Good romantic mystery

    I'm so glad I read this book and got to know Emily, a paralegal, who worked for Jack, a lawyer. His client, Sofia, is an illegal immigrant whose six-year old daughter is missing. Emily tries to find the child even though she may lose her job because of it. On the personal side, Emily is divorcing her husband who left her for another woman who is really a man. I liked this story with Emily trying to do the right thing by finding the girl but bad things happened along the way. I did find it hard to follow at times though. Emily's dreams were confusing to the story so I couldn't tell if it was real or a dream. The cover is misleading. I thought it was a picture of a line of transport trucks and it made me think the book was about a female truck driver. I know the blurb said different but I thought what I wanted the book to be about. After I'd read about 25% of it I couldn't figure out what the trucks had to do with the story so I looked at it more closely. Then I saw it was a bunch of old vehicles on their ends. I still have no idea what that has to do with the story. So the cover should be rethought. Also it took me a long time to figure out where the title came from - almost to the end of the book. This is a good book so if you like mysteries with a little romance you should read Heaven To Betsy.
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    Don’t Miss This One!

    Cancel your dinner plans- you won’t take time for dinner or anything else. You’ll be reading Pamela Hutchins’ newest book, Heaven to Betsy- NON-stop. Hutchins engages the reader immediately as main character, Emily Bernal, meets Little Joe Cartwright aka Jack Holden. You sense their connection immediately, just as Emily does when she feels a tiny shock rocket up her arm as she shakes Jack’s hand. What follows next is what Hutchins does best. She tells a story with ingenuity and verbal skill intermingled with lough out loud moments. Hutchins develops her characters with vivid descriptions. The reader meets Emily’s mother, Agatha Phelps, “the best blonde from the shelves of Wal-Mart: trailer Park meets Southern Church Woman. The reader can actually see Agatha as she walks around the room quizzing Emily about her immediate plans. See, Emily is mid-divorce, kind-of, home for a cousin’s wedding. Her future is unclear which adds to the anticipation of this three book series. At the “wedding” the plot unfolds as a grisly murder ensues followed by the traumatic kidnapping of a little girl. Jack, court appointed attorney for the frightened, enraged mother and paralegal, Emily, somehow finding herself in the midst of a criminal case- a place she has never been. Hutchins continues to capture the reader with the budding romance and the “what-ifs” happening between Jack and Emily leaving us anxious for Earth to Emily (Emily #2). Hutchins writes pictorial prose with freshness and clarity not often seen in today’s fiction. The reader becomes completely immersed in the life of Emily Bernal. Isn’t that what a good book is about? Taking us away…
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