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Wicked, Manor, And Murder By Lotta Smith

 

Paranormal in Manhattan Mystery: A Cozy Mystery Book 7

Wicked, Manor, And Murder
Wicked, Manor, And Murder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STORY-LINE WICKED, MANOR, AND MURDER BY LOTTA SMITH:

In Wicked, Manor, And Murder, Amanda Meyer and Rick Rowling’s wedding is around the corner.  Busy with wedding plans, Amanda’s surprised when her best friend and bridesmaid Fiona reveals she has seen her dead Granny.  Not only did she see her, Granny gave her a message that she was in grave danger.  Fiona contacted Amanda and Rick to investigate and find who’s placing her in imminent danger.

What they find rivals Hollywood; murder, dark secrets, affairs, ghosts, and danger; along with zany characters and interfering spirits.  My book review of Wicked, Manor, and Murder follows.

CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:

Amanda, Rick, and Brian, are back in Smith’s latest installment of the Paranormal In Manhattan Mystery Series.  A standalone read, I would recommend reading the earlier books as they will enhance your reading experience and enjoyment of the characters.

Wicked, Manor, And Murder, Book 7, filled with quips, fun, ghostly presence, deep dark secrets, mystery, and murder, hits the mystery and paranormal mark.  Including many twists and turns, Smith held the plot close to her chest, and revealing the who, what, when, and how, as needed in the story-line.

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Kiss A Bridesmaid by Courtney Hunt

 

A Novella In The Always a Bridesmaid Series

(Always a Bridesmaid Book 3)

Kiss A Bridesmaid
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STORY-LINE KISS A BRIDESMAID BY COURTNEY HUNTER:

In Kiss a Bridesmaid by author Courtney Hunt, we find Abigail Browne, strolling in beautiful Forsyth Park.  Living alone since her Grandmother decided to move into the local senior retirement center, Abigail’s lonely and without a job.  Watching a lovely wedding group prose for photo’s, Abigail notices the dog sitting peacefully with the group.  When the doggie ring bearer takes off after a frisbee, Abigail grabs the leash and ends up muddy and bedraggled.  Recused by wedding caterer, chef, and owner of  The Pie Plate restaurant, Shortie Campbell, Abigail finds herself opening up to him.

Suggesting she apply for a job with his partner, Always a Bridesmaid’s, who provides everything needed for a successful wedding including extra bridesmaids and groomsmen.  Abigail, shy and withdrawn, finds it hard to relate to people, but knows she must find a job or lose her home.

As Abigail and Shortie, work together, in the business, they become closer and closer.  But Abigail has childhood trauma which she must come to terms.  Can these two build more than a business relationship?  My reviews for romance novel,  Kiss A Bridesmaid, follows.

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