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Got Your Number (a humorous romantic mystery) Kindle Edition
|Length: 290 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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A murder- mystery book for women which combines the story of a woman beginning to trust with a good who-dunnit!!!
Easy to read and good solid plot made it a definate winner!!
I felt that the author had a real feel for her characters and managed to show the main people as likable but also still flawed, as real humans are. It was nice to see that it wasn't all cutesy.
On the back of this book I have gone and bought some more books from this author and would definitely recommend that you give her a try if you are into these kind of genres - and definitely a great read for sitting out on the terrace enjoying the summer evenings.
There were some mistakes in it which grated for me, too. I've never been able to figure out myself if missing person's reports has an apostrophe or not and the author here is as confused as sometimes she does and then she doesn't. 'My savings is gone' stood out for me as an "ouch" moment as did tom used in place of torn !!
Liked was used where it should be like and then this line "I'll him that his advice" I assume lost tell and "out a limb" lost on ? I was also lost at the word 'overage'. I'm still wondering what was meant there-perhaps coverage or it's an Americanism I've never heard of before. I didn't understand either why Gary wouldn't need shoes towards the end-baffled by that.
As a rule I do enjoy her books, though, and as this is a prequel to a new series featuring a couple of characters from this story I will take a look at the first in that series for sure at some point.
As usual there were some very funny lines in her book-she is a very witty writer. Some things get lost in translation, though. I've never heard the expression hi-test before so I was a bit lost there and I Googled copping a nib and even they didn't know what I meant !! I utilised them to better effect looking up a Magic 8 Ball-we don't have those here !!
I only spotted bounded where abounded should've been used, I thought, and that was the only mistake (or not) which easily means 5 stars in itself for me. Makes reading such a pleasure.
She almost lost me with her attorney getting sick...that was almost a bit too far gone for me but thankfully we soon got past her inclusion in the story. I really liked the mention of the stick in the water and looking at something from a different direction....THAT was intriguing.
I look forward to the next one of hers for sure.
I worked out who the main suspects were quite some time before the end - so reading to the final chapter was pretty much a formality. Then in the last couple of chapters while all the loose ends were tied up there was a sense of, "so what?" (again partially due to lack up characterisation and partially because there was a sense of convenience to it all)
It wasn't an awful read by any means, but I did find myself at times having to force myself to read it and I was quite glad to get to the end so that I could start a new book. However it was quite nice for reading late at night, before bed, as it doesn't tax the brain in any way whatsoever.
If you read this and find it an average read don't give up on the author, as she has written many better books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy and very enjoyable romantic murder mystery keeps you guessing till the end. Just wish able to purchase the books in the UK.Published 1 month ago by Lorraine Extence
As usual the story line keeps you guessing. So many twists and turns that keep you guessing to the very last page. A joy to read.Published 10 months ago by JaceyB
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I love all the Body mover books and I am waiting for the next in the series, I never give away plot or storyline in reviews as it really irritates me to read spoilers. Read morePublished 16 months ago by pmh
I thought this was a light hearted read. Great to read anything Stephanie bond writes. Shall be reading more nowPublished 22 months ago by Dee
Brilliant book kept you guessing the 2 main characters secrets right till the end of the story.
Funny bet people who have been married and their mother being the demanding... Read more
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