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Publisher's Summary

Holly Miller and her grandmother, Oma, are working their tails off to prepare the Sugar Maple Inn for an upcoming matchmaking event for pet owners. While Holly has no interest in pairing up, Oma plans on playing Cupid and finding someone to warm her reluctant granddaughter's heart. Unfortunately, one man Holly does meet is cold - dead cold - and he has a personal letter from Oma in his pocket. As suspicion is cast over the inn's guests, Holly - with the help of her furry friends, Trixie the Jack Russell and Twinkletoes the cat - must fetch the real killer, or she may soon have a date in court.
©2017 Cristina Ryplansky (P)2017 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Jane Pensyl on 02-17-17

Narrator

How could the performance have been better?

I did not like this narrator nearly as well as the other books in the series. I would recommend you go back to the previous one. Did not like her attempt at different voices and her expression.

Any additional comments?

Book was good, but somewhat disappointed with the narration.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 03-24-18

Improved narration

I'm pleased with the change in narrator. I can acknowledge the previous narrator's talent for for foreign accents, while at the same time, her style and voice came across as old for a thirty- something protagonist, and I found that the amount of drama and emphasis packed into every sentence made for tiring listening. The new narrator is easier on the ear, and more believable as a millennial woman.

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