I’ll be brief!

Hello Peoples!  🙂  I’m little behind on my book reviews. So, here I am with three books I’ve read. I will write a very brief comment about each one.

Whose Waves These Are (Whose Waves These Are, #1)

Whose Waves These Are by Amanda Dykes

This story is so warm. It’s curling up in a comfy chair with a bowl of warm buttered popcorn, watching a favorite movie. It’s sitting by a crackling fire with a steamy, hot chocolate. It’s a warm, furry blanket on a cold winter’s night.

Annie Bliss is asked to travel to Ansel-by-the-Sea because her most beloved great uncle needs her. When she arrives, she fears he is dead. She becomes involved in a mystery. With the help of a new friend, the local mailman, she takes on the task of finding answers. Loved it. 5 *****stars!

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Glitter Bomb by Laura Childs with Terrie Farley Moran

I’m participating in the alphabet soup reading challenge and I decided to read this cozy mystery, to fulfill the requirement, for a book title beginning with the letter “G.”

A week before Fat Tuesday, Carmela and her friend are enjoying a parade when a float explodes shocking everyone who witnesses the horrible event. Not good.

Well! This cozy certainly gives the reader a good look into the festivities at Mardi Gras! Carmela and her friend Ava, are a hoot! This is the first book I’ve read in this series, but I do believe Carmela and Ava have known one another a LONG time. They are so comfortable with one another! I liked them. This story has chuckles galore. Good mystery. 4 **** stars!

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In the Shadow of Croft Towers by Abigail wilson

I was completely captivated by this story! Sybil is traveling to Croft Towers to be a companion to an older woman when the carriage is robbed by highwaymen! Upon her arrival she becomes embroiled in a mystery. Spies! Murderers! Smugglers! 5 ***** stars!

Happy Reading!

2 thoughts on “I’ll be brief!

  1. Loved reading your reviews of these books! In particular, the way you describe reading Whose Waves These Are makes me want to stop everything and grab tea and a book (maybe that one!). Thank you for sharing!!

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