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    Good story but ...

    Hinges on too big a coincidence and wastes pages on sex scenes.
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    A Mystery that kept me reading long past bedtime.

    I really enjoyed the second book in the Liz Talbot Mystery series. It had a little of everything that I like, mystery, humour, romance, family relationships and supernatural. I didn't identify it as a cozy as there is some sex, nothing too risque, but it is there along with some language. Liz is living in her grandmother's house on the island of Stella Maris and is exploring her newly minted relationship with her partner and ex-brother-in-law, Nate. She meets up with a new client only to find out that she is the spitting image of Marilyn Monroe. Calista McQueen wants to hire Liz to keep her alive. She is sure that someone will try to kill her on the anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death. Liz is worried that Calista must be pulling her leg or have some mental health issues, but as the case unfolds, her concerns are legitimate. Her life has eerily mirrored that of Marilyn and she is convinced that within 10 days her fate will mimic that of Marilyn and she will be dead. She asks Liz to investigate, providing several strange incidents that have led her to believe that she will die. Liz investigates those closest to Calista including her crazy mother, certifiable fake aunt, her lovesick ex-husband, yoga instructor, nosy therapist, and suspicious housekeeper. Who is trying to scare Calista? Is someone going to try and kill her? As the investigation continues, Liz and Nate find themselves a target as well. Who is after them? What lead has caused them to become a target? With the help of the local police and her friendly ghost, they continue to try and protect Calista. The relationships are wonderful in this book. We see Nate and Liz become more than just partners and dealing with a new romantic relationship causes some issues with the business. Her family are not as prominent in this story, but her brother Blake helps her out and her mom is around often enough to keep the family involved and add some Southern humour. I love Liz's character. She is a little quirky, fun, but not too stuck on herself, a good southern character. She is also smart, stands up for herself, brave and will not give up when she takes something on. Colleen, the ghost of her high school friend, is not in a lot of this book, but when she does appear, she plays a major part. The new relationship with Nate is well done. There are some scenes that involve some sexual endeavours, but they are done tastefully and not described in detail. He is a normal male, who suddenly becomes overprotective of "his woman" as she is now more than just his partner. Overall, this is a great read. A lot happening to keep you reading well past the time you should be in bed or making dinner. I am ready to start on the next one.
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    Light and fun

    This is the first book I have read from this authentic, and I found it engaging, yet light and easy to follow

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