In addition to the stress from that, they are keeping their engagement a secret from their ever-present family members, and Marco just received a letter restarting his military active duty. Their time together is ticking away. His love for working at night, his past work experience in a hospital lab, and his secrecy inspire a website proclaiming him to be a vampire. As protests rise, local nursing director Lori Willis is discovered dead. It seems easy for local police to pin this on Vlad, as puncture wounds were found on Lori.
The characters are well-developed and believable. Human trafficking in young girls is big business in South Florida. Meanwhile, a Seren gas attack on a subway causes panic in the Miami area and hinders the search. Unidentified young girls are among the victims on the train. A second attack occurs at a Roman Catholic Church and surveillance footage shows Olivia! This book is fast-moving and at times aggravating in the near misses in finding and recovering Olivia. Dialogue is intelligent and the well-plotted mystery moves at a fast pace but I did not fully understand how her daughter came to be vulnerable to kidnap, only that she had.
A twist at the conclusion dispels illusions and preconceptions of the actual organization. A roller-coaster read with many tosses and turns.
Night of the Living Dandelion: A Flower Shop Mystery
The ending is totally unexpected. This ebook was downloaded free from BookBub with no expectation of a review and this is my honest opinion.
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But Maggie learns that this tiny terror carries a grudge against Gaynell. A cozy mystery with recipes, my first with the author and the series, and you know what? I really enjoyed it! Au Contraire, lovely readers, and I appreciate your concern! Take heart.
Festival to catch music fans on their way to the larger fest in New Orleans. Maggie must gear up her booth with Pelican Pralines as well as offer her paintings. Being a headliner, Tammy arrives amid huge pomp with her entourage, totally over-shadowing another local lesser successful but talented musician, Gaynell. Well, you know how musicians are.
There is bound to be a clash and Gaynell and her Gator Girls land in the middle. Grab some crawdads, shrimp, and Cajun spice and you have a festival! This book just exudes that enthusiastic feel-good time. This is fascinating stuff, people! The dialogue is peppered with a mix of French and Cajun patois. Maggie is interesting, but it is the history and tidbits of the area that I most appreciated and invested.
Night of the living dandelion : a flower shop mystery, Kate Collins
There are bits of humor along the way; one of my favorites describing a cluster of teens. She did annoy me a couple times. Still, her character was fully engaging. I received this digital ebook from the publisher and NetGalley and was thoroughly entertained, grateful to have the opportunity to read and review. Eat first. She also worked as a cater-waiter for Martha Stewart, a credit she never tires of sharing. Sarah is a young professor struggling to prove herself in a workplace controlled by the charming and manipulative Alan Hawthorne.
A renowned scholar and television host, Hawthorne rakes in million-dollar grants for the university where Sarah works—so his inappropriate treatment of female colleagues behind closed doors has gone unchallenged for years.
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And Sarah is his newest target. Until the night she witnesses an attempted kidnapping of a young child on her drive home, and impulsively jumps in to intervene. He gives Sarah a burner phone and an unbelievable offer. A once-in-a-lifetime deal that can make all her problems disappear. Sometimes I feel like a salmon swimming upstream, battling against the fish ladder trying to get where the run will all be happily waiting for me.
I see this one had good reviews. I was supposed to like it but I was a little more meh than ack! Or groan than eek?
We are talking about Sarah, a young professor working hard to become permanent. He brings in the major bucks to the university and they like that.
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She is fuming when a chance presents itself to DO something— anything see synopsis , and she saves a young girl from an apparent kidnapping. Everyone has someone they would like to punish. To have just a little bit more just in the world. Uh huh, sure. But she has 72 hours and within that time things go from bad to worse with good old Dr.
And I suspect would be normal for most people. Gimmee a break!
But then the super baddies mess up and Hawthorne is rescued. Oh yeah, now on top of everything else, he can blackmail her into playing because of course, he knows. Anybody remember what Clint Eastwood said in a mess up like this one? Sarah is fleshed enough to be annoying, the support characters about the same, less annoying. Hawthorne is just nasty. Neat twist at the end, but in the meantime you have had to choke a lot back, including disbelief. So I have to ask, did you read this? If so, how did you see it?
Night of the Living Dandelion
Did it aggravate you? I received this digital download from the publisher and NetGalley and always appreciate the opportunity to read and review a topical contemporary fiction. The Author : Bestselling author TM Logan was a national newspaper journalist before turning to novel-writing full time.
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