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Busy Bees: The Morelville Mysteries - Book 2Busy Bees: The Morelville Mysteries – Book 2 by Anne Hagan

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I hate when I finish a book too early to go to sleep yet too late to write a review. But I’ll do the best I can nearly 24 hours and two books finished later.

Isn’t Kindle Unlimited the bomb? Do they still say that? What I mean to say is I am happy I am able to pick and and read some books even when I haven’t the money to buy them at the moment. Having read Morelville’s first book, Relic, I was curious as to what would happen to the new lovers. The last book didn’t end with a cliffhanger but the author, Anne Hagan, included the first chapter in book two at the end of book one. I like that. It did make me want to read more.

As the sheriff, Mel Crane, discovers yet another murder her lover, Special Agent Dana Rossi, is recovering from being shot in the leg in the last book. Sheriff agrees to let Dana move into her home to recuperate. Jumping the quick lesbian relationship to skip some levels, straight to the moving in. “Dating” will have to wait until later.

Except for a few editing errors, this book read quite well and kept me engaged, wondering how in the world they will catch the bad guys. Within the mysteries, are realistic characters who seem to have realistic relationships. And I hate to see my new friends go away. Luckily, I have book three ready for when I can get to it. I look forward to more!

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A Woman LostA Woman Lost by T.B. Markinson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well, that’s what I get for not writing the review the minute I finish reading a book. I have to take a moment away from the other books I’m reading to remember this one. Deep breath. Taking a moment. …

Let me start with how much I identified with the main character. No. I am not rich. My parents and brothers weren’t like Elizabeth “Lizzie” Petrie’s. But the cluelessness of what others feel. That’s where I relate. I could tell that others related to it too; the passages of highlighted passages were the ones I might have highlighted myself if I weren’t in such a hurry to see what happens next. Is she going to get the girl or live her life alone regretting that she didn’t see how she caused the break-up.

This was a contemporary story. T.B. Markinson wrote a believable tale in that the reader can feel themselves in the shoes of the characters, smell the trees, see the chipmucks of the Colorado area scampering in the areas Lizzie lives and camps in.

I loved this book so much that I made sure I had book two ready to go when I finished. I can’t wait to see what happens to Liz next.

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