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    Steeped in Murder

    Steeped in Murder was off to a rough start for me, I had some trouble getting into this book as it wasn't really gripping me. It took me some time to warm up to the main character and even by the end of the book I thought she was just okay. I liked her determination and the baking she did, but felt like she could be a bit wishy washy at times and she sometimes seemed to go from one extreme to another. The mystery also didn't really work for me, it didn't progress as much throughout the book with not many new clues popping up. After thinking it over a bit it was clear to me who the murderer was and I was correct. I was more invested in the tea and tarot store than the mystery. I ended up really liking Hyperion, I wasn't sure about him at first, but by the end of the book I really liked him. He is so quirky and interesting and I liked him. All in all this was a decent start to the new series, it didn't fully grip me, but be the end I am curious enough that I think I will continue the series.
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    absolutely fun!

    This is a beginning to a new series and I enjoyed this book so much, I can hardly wait for the next book. Do not miss this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Read, enjoy and have your fortune read.

    I love cozies and this one was a well-formed delight from page one I became totally engaged in the story. I love the names of the some of the characters it was so campy and over the top just reading them again in my notes again brings a smile to my face. Love the mystery it was such a wonderful puzzle they had to solve. Ms. Weiss has given the reader a mix of pure delight with a great story and splendid characters. If you like cozies check this one out. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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    A gem of a cozy mystery

    Another Kirsten gem! The first book in a new cozy mystery series that I couldn't put down until it was finished. Each character is charismatic and the story includes enough backstory to understand their prejudices. The mystery had enough complexity to keep me guessing even when I believed I had it figured out. While this cozy murder mystery is centered around the challenges of creating a tearoom, it is also about the trust that exists or develops with family, friends, old relationships and new relationships. And of course, our heroine does a little bit of baking and tea drinking. The recipes for some of the deliciously described food and teas are included at the end. I expected Kirsten's magic when I bought this book and she delivered completely! I can hardly wait for the next book!
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    An easy read that flows

    It was easy to read, easy to get into, but it was easy to guess who done it and it's a book I didn't get -that- absorbed into. With a series name like Tea and Tarot, I expected a little more magic/tarot. Not all mystery has to be about murder either, so I'm not sure I'll pick up the next one knowing it's the same thing. TLDR: Simple, easy, but nothing special.

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