Truly enjoyed this book. It's got suspense, thrilling moments, romance, disfuctional family, you name it. Can't wait to listen to the second one. Sara Pribek is a great character and I really enjoyed the narration too.
I am a big fan of the Women's Murder Club mysteries. So far, the July 4th was my favorite because we got to see Lindsay personal life a little. This one had almost zero about personal lives and there were two different cases going on at the same time. It won't stop me from reading number six, but of all of them, it was my least favorite.
I'm so happy that the story line is back on Blossom Street. I really didn't care for Susannah's Garden, but this book finds her opening a flower shop right next door to Lydia's Yarn store. Alix returns and so do many other characters from the previous books. Really enjoyed it and look forward to the series continuing, as long as it continues on Blossom Street.
I read the entire Dakota trilogy over the last few weeks. This was my favorite of the three. I liked Maddy and Jeb as a couple, more than the others, I guess. Especially Jeb. I like those tragic heroes that can't live without their women, no matter how hard they try. I thought the ending was a little rushed, but you owe it to yourself to read them.
Having lived in North Dakota for four years (many years ago), I think Macomber's depicition of the people is right on.