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  • 2 STARS

    Not sure if it was just me or not but ‘No Offense’ fell flat. There just wasn’t much sizzle between our librarian Molly and Sheriff John, who became a recently divorce single father and even with all the mystery surrounding the found baby, high school and home thief and burglaries I had ended up skimming through a few chapters out of boredom. It’s sad to report that this failed to deliver but would definitely reconsider reading something else by this author in the future.

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  • Entertaining book

    This was a well-written, entertaining book. Molly is new to town, working at her dream job. She meets the sheriff, John, and they are soon at odds, and also attracted to each other. There are mysteries in town, and they seem to keep crossing paths. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others.

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  • Nice Escape Read

    I received an ARC of this book to read through Edelweiss+ in exchange for a fair review. No Offence by Meg Cabot is the second book in her engaging new series Little Bridge Island. It can be read as a stand-alone, however I enjoyed the first book No Judgements and do recommend reading it too. Molly Montgomery is the new children’s librarian on Little Bridge Island. She was looking for a new beginning after a relationship ended and is now working in the library during the day and covering the night shift at a bed and breakfast in exchange for lodging. She has a fascination for true crime podcasts, and so when she discovers a newborn infant in the library washroom, she’s sure that she can help Sheriff John Hartwell find the mother. Single father John Hartwell is dealing with some robberies, a group of young people who have been vandalizing empty buildings, a daughter who wants him to dance with her in the fundraising performance for her dance team and now the new librarian who he’s attracted to wants to tell him how to solve crime? This is a fun, low angst story with some great apologies that come with pie. I enjoyed it very much and found it a great escape read that heaven knows we all need right now. Medium Steam. Publishing Date: August 11, 2020 #NoOffence #MegCabot #WilliamMorrowPaperbacks #HarperCollinsCanada #ContemporaryRomance #BeachRead #bookstagram #EscapeRead

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