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  • A wonderful addition to the series!

    Celeste Cabot is an artist in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. She has remodeled a small travel trailer so that she and her adorable Chihuahua, Van Gogh, can travel to craft fairs and sell her paintings. She has a unique psychic ability and can summon ghosts through her paintings. In this second installment of the Haunted Craft Fair Mystery series, Celeste has arrived at a big craft fair in North Carolina. But the fun-filled day, complete with rides, games, and deep-fried everything, turns into a nightmare when Van Gogh leads her to a body by the river. With the help of a ghost, a medium, and Detective Caleb, Celeste is determined to catch the killer. This is a fun and lighthearted paranormal cozy, with a unique setting and quirky characters. The author's writing style is easy, engaging, and filled with humor. I found Celeste to be a likable main character, however, I would like to see her be more responsible in her sleuthing. I really enjoyed her interactions with her family. I am very intrigued by her father's ability to sense ghosts and would love to see the author explore this storyline in the future. The ghost Ama was also a very enjoyable character, and I was very sad to see her go. I know many readers dislike this trope, but I personally love a good love triangle and look forward to seeing what's in store for Celeste and her two love interests. Although, I think it's pretty obvious who she's going to choose. The murder mystery was intriguing, with enough suspects and twists and turns to keep you guessing. I was unable to figure out who the culprit was, so the reveal came as a complete surprise to me. Overall, this was a very light, enjoyable mystery and I eagerly await the third book. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the opportunity to read this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Disappointed

    While I have always been a fan of Rose Pressey, this new series isn’t quite doing it for me. I thought maybe I was just struggling to get into the new storyline and characters, but the protagonist comes across as ditzy and dumb. While the mystery is fairly well thought out, as a whole this isn’t laying the foundation for building a following for the new series. We need smarter and stronger female characters leading the way.

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  • Second time around was a bit disappointing

    The first book of the series was awesome and it roped me in. I really like the characters in this book and thought they had lots of potential for future fun. However after reading this one I was a bit disappointed and not sure if I’ll give the next one a try. She could do so much more with the Caleb/Pierce - she indicates that her family is crazy so lots of potential there as well that’s untapped, show us some serious cray-cray (it could be fun) - by the end of this book she had done so many consciously stupid things I think that’s what turned me off the most - also she draws pictures that brings spirits to life, if that was real I’d think you could have way more fun with that than she does!

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