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Book Review of Blind Dates Can Be Murder (Smart Chick, Bk 2)

Blind Dates Can Be Murder  (Smart Chick, Bk 2)
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This is another Christian author and I like her main character, Jo Tulip. Her childhood and life are not picture-perfect and she has, at times, negative reactions and thoughts like the rest of us. Jo has a blog where she provides household tips and, more recently, dating. After six months of no dating, she signs up with a dating service. They find a match that she meets at a local steakhouse. He is absolutely nothing like the description given at the dating service and, to make matters worse, he drops to the floor unable to breathe! Danny, her best friend since childhood, doesn't understand why Jo doesn't see how much he loves her and he stands by to protect her when he can. However, she unknowingly has been drawn into an evil plot with real low lifes insisting she has something they want. There are some great characters in the book and some good twists in the plot which I always enjoy. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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