Three dates, a golf cart with a shark fin on top, and a con man.... Lily and her aunts find themselves with dates to the same function. Little do they know the event will end with some unfortunate soul staring into the great beyond. And as they say, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
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Probably... after hearing book 1.
No, I slumped a bit but did stay in the seat.
Do-able, ummm, ummm...
The confession had me laughing out loud.
First up, anything that reminds me of coffee or chocolate is a GREAT thing. That being said, this was a cute story. I must admit the first few minutes were a bit off. The narrator’s voice irritated at the beginning, but I found turning the volume down helped with that. I believe the story would have been better (to me), if I had known what had happened in the first book as it was repeatedly referenced but never told.
My favorite character(s) were the two aunts. I would LOVE to see them in action, a tv series perhaps??? I must admit my favorite part was the grinding of the coffee beans. I found the sound effect and timing hilarious.
The ‘red herring’ thrown out about the killers identity, was a bit too obvious. I felt the ending was rushed, but the killers confession was HILARIOUS. I could actually picture it and HAD to laugh out loud. All in all, I found it a lighthearted and enjoyable romp. Can’t wait to hear more… don’t forget about the tv series idea… just saying…
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- Youlanda D. Brewster "THE PHOENIX"
senior's cozy novella
At a little over two hours long this light cozy that centers around a senior's retirement community is a cute story.
No time for plot twists, the ending is uncomplicated but still satisfying.
Good narrator, lots of southern twang and seniors' voices which can be tricky.
The story stands alone, it would need to be longer and the characters more developed for a full length series.
- Sherry Lalonde