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    Loved It as Much the 2nd Time Reading It!

    Kate Davidson has agreed to teach a Doga Class (Dog Yoga) at a fundraiser for a no-kill animal shelter that her boyfriend Michael was hosting. During her Doga Class, a group of protesters going by the name HEAT showed up protesting animal ownership. Later one of the member’s of HEAT showed up at Kate’s yoga studio claiming to be Kate’s long-lost mother Dharma. Shortly after Dharma is accused of murder another one of HEAT’s members. Kate decided she couldn’t let Dharma go to jail without trying to clear her. Kate and her German Shepard Bella have really come along way since the first book. Bella still has her issues but Kate with Michael’s help has made great strides with Bella’s health. I really enjoyed how all of the characters have become more complex with each book. I love that this series helps to promote pet adoption and animal rehabilitation. The mystery is well developed with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guess which suspect was the murderer. I read this book when it was release in ebook format from my online library. This I listened to the audio version of this book, I enjoyed the book just as much the 2nd time around. The Narrator Anne James is wonderful with her accents and diction. You have no problem distinguishing between the characters. She has great pace and timing which is a great asset to the story. I recommend this book to anyone that loves animals, yoga, and cozy mysteries. If you can get the audiobook you will be in for a great listening treat. I received a copy of this book from the Author in hopes I would give a review. This did not influence my thoughts in any way. All the opinions of the book are honest and my own.
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    Every book is a winner in this series.

    It seemed strange reading one of these books out of order since I usually pre-order but sometimes finances don't allow that. Karma's a Killer fits in perfectly with this outstanding series. Even out of order I love watching the development of her relationship with Michael develop and have a blast seeing her and Rene work together. The way Tracy Weber presents animals realistically and still makes lets them win my heart shows how much she loves animals. The fact that she shows respect for even most of the bad guys shows that she loves people even if she may not always like them. Both of those elements are part of what make this series stand out. I really would have loved to see the rabbit lady face a little Karma but the fact that money can offer an unfortunate buffer is a sad but real part of life. When both murder and Karma come to town, Kate's world is flipped even more than usual. The mystery was strong and believable as always and drew me in from the first moments.

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