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    A little romance but not too much sex. At some points there were too many characters to keep track of.

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  • Enjoyable cozy

    Enjoyable cozy mystery with a budding romance. Fun characters and interesting plot.

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  • The Body im the Attic

    A very interesting plot with some unexpected twists and turns. It was well-written and the characters were well developed. I love surprise endings and this book delivered.

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  • Forget the property brothers, flipping cousins!

    House flipping cousins Jazzi and Jerod key up their next investment property but end up getting far more than they bargained for. First a body is found in a trunk in the attic, which turns out to be Jazzi’s long lost aunt. Then a second body is found in a shallow grave. While Jazzi has fallen in love with the house and wants to make it her home, do the two bodies not bode well for her? Will she end up being the third body, or will Jazzi and he gang bring closure for her family and bring happiness back to the house and make it a home again? While I enjoyed the overall story, as I got further in the book I began getting irritated by the unrealistic relationship between the main character, Jazzi, and detective Gaff. The reality is that no detective is going to welcome a civilian in their investigation, more over invite them along to speak with potential suspects. Yes, cozies are works of fiction, but they really need to be based a little more in reality. That said, I did find the overall writing to be enjoyable when Jazzi wasn’t being asked to join Gaff on official police business. Ansel is totally a dream man, who wouldn’t want a guy that was hot and faithful? While a little annoyed for a bit there, I am looking forward to another visit with Jazzi and the gang.

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  • So so

    Needed more character development or a diagram of a family tree. Lots of names of family members thrown in without explanation. Plot not really believable.

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