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Morgan's Diary, Tales of a Mortician's Artist (Mortician's Artist Trilogy Book 1) by [Meckley, Lori]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 602 KB
  • Print Length: 114 pages
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  • Publisher: Lori Meckley (21 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E32SCS8
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mortician's Artists need love, too. 10 April 2014
By A Voracious Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
3.5

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Morgan Paris is a Mortician’s Artist starting her first job at the Maxwell J. Delaware Funeral Home in New Orleans. Run by Jason Delaware and his wife Mercedes the funeral home is being used for something other than funerals. In addition to some dark and shady shenanigans going on after hours, Jason is obsessed with his new employee and Morgan feels the same about him, but his wife is a major problem. In addition, their hearse driver and all-around jack-of-all trades, Jared Walker is acting very creepy and not at all appropriate. While trying to fight their attraction to each other and keep it from Mercedes, Morgan is also trying to figure out what is going on when corpses start to go missing and then turn up again. Who in the funeral home is disrespecting the dead? And will her snooping get Morgan killed?

I can honestly say I’ve never read a story about a Mortician’s Artist. I never gave much thought to what goes on behind the scenes at a funeral home, but it’s pretty fascinating finding out all the details. The mystery surrounding the disappearing and reappearing bodies is a good one and very creepy. Mercedes is a witch of the first order (and a whackadoodle) and Jared is a nut bunny. Morgan is interesting and her character is very in-depth. Jason is ok, but I didn’t like his cat and mouse game with Morgan. Especially since he was married. The way he treated Morgan just rubbed me the wrong way. If I had fur it would be standing on end in displeasure. Overall though this is an appealing read with a slightly unconventional romance and a disturbing mystery to solve.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved reading this 4 Nov. 2014
By Gypsymomma - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I loved reading this. It felt like I found someones diary and was following along on their life. I can't wait to read more in the series.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Erotica in a Great Story 22 July 2013
By Riley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I don't normally read erotica. I want to be honest. Erotica titillates. I'm too busy during the day to have to take a break to....never mind. When the opportunity to read Morgan's Diary presented, I read it knowing my dear husband of forty-five-almost years was nearby, just in case.

Well, I was hooked right off the bat. There's a lot here. For openers, the setting was appealing to me because I grew up in a home that revolved around the funeral business. It was how my father supported our family, the current news from the cemetery often dinner table conversation. No matter how aboveboard things are, there was always a little intrigue under the surface; a family member borrowed the bulldozer used to dig graves one night and had a joy ride through the grounds. Another time, a loved one spent the night lying over a grave, crying. So the offerings from the graveyard vacillated between the outlandish to the heartbreaking. I grew up during Vietnam War time and I still remember the few military funerals, which my father facilitated, and they were devastating to watch. Or the time a local policeman was murdered in the line of duty and hundreds of police cars lined the street around the cemetery. Sorry for the detour down memory lane. I digress.

Also, now this is just my perspective. There's something about the scenes between Jason and Morgan that remind me of Wuthering Heights. Something about the tone of the dialogue. And I found that very appealing. Even though their relationship quickly de-escalates into depravity, there's that superficial respect Jason has for her when he's clothed. Well done, Lori Meckley.

The author manages to write sex scenes that aren't all cliché. I really appreciated her use of proper word usage, not cluttering the action with a lot of slang and street language. I'm no expert on this genre, but I think it succeeded in fulfilling several goals; it caught my interest, I wanted to keep reading, and I was looking for my husband when I was finished.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you want something differant yet great this is your book 25 July 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I was kindly provided an ARC copy of this book. I will say that while i enjoy erotic mystery, when I discovered it was about a make up artist in a morgue I was a little worried it was not my cup of tea. Boy was I wrong! The setting was dark and haunting but that is part of what draws the reader into the story. You have Morgan a loner character who enjoys her job making up the deceased, but she has such passion for her work that you cannot help but look at her profession in a new light. You have her boss Jason who is unhappily married to Mercedes and who are both unique characters within themselves. What starts out seeming to be a casual affair develops into something much more. There is a lot of mystery and intrigue in this book, along with sensual and erotic expierences I've never read anywhere else. It gives a fresh perspective on eroticism which i really enjoyed. It is nice to read scenes and dialog which seems fresh and new and not the same old plot twists. This book does have alot of erotic scenes including some darker things like necrophelia, bondage, sex clubs, and girl on girl which may not be everyone's taste, but i feel like they were done in a way that made it seem more erotic and sensual than lewd. I had a hard time putting this book down, and when I was finished I find myself waiting anxiously for the next one!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great! 2 April 2014
By Adriane - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is creepy!!! (Well, at first) What do I expect? duh!! It is a diary of a mortician's artist, so it should be creepy because they are dealing with dead people, but the book turned out to be so good that I wish it was longer. I love the way how this book was written,it is a short story but let me remind you that the story is great and is detailed in a good way, that you will see that the author does her craft very well, that she does not feed her readers a piece of crap but a detailed things on what an artist, who is beautifying dead people really do and what do they feel when they encounter a dead people. By reading this book you can say that what you are reading is indeed a diary of a mortician artist and you would be **amazedbells** on the things they do. The story isn't dull so it would excite you to read more, to know what will happened next. For the characters, the author was able to conjure a strong and believable characters for both H/h. I wished that the author have written more of Jason's POV but it's okay since i've got a glimpse of what's on his mind. And for my favorite character Mr. POE, (meow) I love you! And thanks for saving Morgan**hugs**.:) This story UNIQUE, it will forever stay on your mind if you read it so please do and (I bet) you won't be wasting your time and money. #justgreat
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