*yawn* I'm tired! I stayed up till 1am finishing this book. It was so good!! Couldn't put it down. Once in the courtroom, the pace really picked up. I did figure out the who before the end, but not the why. This is my first book by this author and I really like him. Definitely want to read his others, especially those about Paul.
I struggled to get through this book. I don't know if it's because it is about the sixth book in this series I've read and they're all starting to sound alike or if it wasn't that good. I've liked the other books I've read, but in this one Magdalena was really getting on my nerves. I had to make myself pick the book up and read it, that to me is not a good sign. I'm not completely done reading the series, but I think I may be getting close. Too many other really good ones out there to put up with not so good ones.
I enjoyed this book! My first by Jane Green and I can't wait to read another by her. I really liked her style of writing. The story just flowed really well (though the beginning was all over the place). I liked James a lot, great guy! And how fun to open a bookshop! Lucky girls! Two thumbs up from me.
Linda Lael Miller does it again! I really enjoyed her Springwater series and have been looking forward to reading the Primrose Creek series. It's great! Bridget is a strong gal and her story was fun to read. These are very quick reads. Can't wait to read about the other women.
This was my first book in this series. I really enjoyed it. Lee sounds like a cute gal, and her tongue-tying was funny. Good mystery. Loved reading about all the chocolates, though not a good idea to read this with Halloween candy around! LOL! Will definitely read the others in this series.
This was a good story. I worked in mall management once, so it was fun to read a story with that setting. Arch's attitude problem was starting to get annoying, Goldy needs to not be such a pushover! LOL! I definitely think this series has gotten better with each book.