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    ONCE A TEENAGE DETECTIVE - NOW AN ADULT??

    NC-17: A Maizie Albright Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy Mystery (Maizie Albright Star Detective Book 3) finds former hit teen detective Maizie Albright still working on obtaining her PI License. As usual she is hit head on with all sorts of obstacles that attempt to stop her before she can even begin to find her first clue. Maizie finds herself being stretched in new ways. Her boss (and unrequited love interest) Nash is in a coma after attempting to thwart a crime. Maizie is trying her best to keep Nash Security Solutions afloat while he’s incapacitated. While in desperate need of clients, she wasn’t anticipating dealing with three teenagers, a lost YouTube star or two ex-fiancées! This is Maizie’s reality!! Will teen star Maizie be able to relate to real life teenagers? Does she have the skills to solve the crime without Nash? Maizie is trying her best to prove she is an adult and discovers she’s also be becoming a pretty decent PI along the way. I was provided an ARC of this book by the author. The opinions expressed here are completely my own and without influence.
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    Big Foot and guns don’t mix well.

    Maizie Albright is an ex-actress on probation, training to be a private investigator. Left alone to run the office (while her boss is in a coma), Maizie must hold things together. Her to-do list includes getting new clients, collecting a past-due fee, attending therapy sessions, doing community service, and figuring out how to track down a missing person on her own. Sleep can’t fit into the schedule. When three desperate teenagers (appearing on a Bigfoot Trackers U-Tube channel) hire Maizie to find their missing co-star, she can’t say no. Soon men with guns try to kill her, an ex-boyfriend turns up with a massive diamond ring, and her new therapist suggests selfie-therapy. Maizie’s courage and intelligence are sorely tested. Big Foot and guns don’t mix well. This novel is guaranteed to keep readers interested from start to finish. I highly recommend this fast-paced, funny, and interesting mystery. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Great read

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. After a bank robbery gone wrong, Maizie has to work (mostly) alone to solve a few mysteries and try to get the business back up and running. Throw in her Mother, ex-fiancés, teenagers, criminals following her, a creepy health spa and no sleep? It’s a tough week for Maizie! The last few lines of the book made me laugh, and I’m interested in seeing where the next book takes her.
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    Hilarious, Sweet, Dangerous

    Larissa Reinhart is amazing. She can take the zaniest situations and make them feel real! I have never know anyone like Maisie but Ms. Reinhart brings to so to life that her reversion to a hot mess with pushed my anxiety. I had to walk away several times but I had to come back every time. Maisie needed my support. My heart broke for her as her world crashed around her but I belly laughed too many times to count. And I almost cheered, ignore that fist pump, as she started to take back the woman she has become. Yes, she still has a long way to go and I will be there with her to watch the continued growth. I love dynamic characters and Maisie is that in spades.
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