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    Another great book

    Book 3-what a group! Laugh out loud moments and twists and turns. Then they throw in Calvin. Hilarious!
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    The Letdown Kiss

    This is the third book in the series "Brash & Brazen" for authoress Cheryl Ann Smith. This series is about female PIs and how they meet their law enforcement or crime solving partners. Here we find Jess Lucas being the tough PI and solving the case that has put her life at risk too. She didn't make that much of an appearance in the second book "The Sweetheart Game." So I was learning about her for the first time. I have not read the first book that involved Taryn that has made a regular appearance in book two and three. Detective Sam Wheeler was also seen in the second series and was a great supporting character. In this book, he is cranky but cares a lot about Jess. However, as much as I enjoyed him in book 2, he felt slightly flat here. Although there are some good moments. There was so much character development that could have happened with his back story and the supporting characters but it was all left on the sidelines. I think the introduction of some sideline characters like Spike and Calvin took away from the story. The mystery does not keep you on the edge of your seat but is pretty decent. There were some things that took me by surprise. What really made me a little peeved is that the editing was not done properly. There is mistake in that Heather was categorized as Taryn's sister instead of Summer's. And the Epilogue had a huge mistake with the pairing names. In addition, there are some small typos like the use of "where" when it should be "were". That took away from the enjoyment of the book. In the second book, humour was a little too much and in this one it is very under rated. I hope the author has found a good balance. Also, there were some story lines that were not developed and could have added to the story to make it more robust. I bought these books as they were on sale and had a good description. However, my enjoyment was a little marred. I would give this one 3.5/5. Since I bought book 4, I will read it but I won't be reading this author again.

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