This short book packs a big punch on the humor front. These characters are open and hilarious. I seriously want to adopt the dad, because he’s something else.
Also, there’s another huge pro-women, pro-female relationships theme/message in this story, which is something I’m really coming to love about Tara Sivec. She makes strong female relationships a priority in her stories, and it’s so great to read about women who bring each other up, instead of tear each other down.
The only thing that would have made this book better was for it to have been longer and explored the characters even more. I was not ready to let go so fast.
Book 331 read in 2018
I didn’t love this one as much as book one. It’s still funny and has a great start, but I was less interested in the direction it went. This one focused a bit more on the mystery, and I wanted more time spent on the relationship between the two, since I wasn’t into the mystery.
The side characters and audiobook narration were both still excellent. I may have liked it better if it had been a bit longer and developed the characters a bit more.
Book 332 read in 2018
These two clash and bicker while investigating a murder, which keeps things interesting. There’s also a really grouchy cat, that reminds me of a lot of real cats and cracks me up. It’s also why I prefer dogs.
Book 333 in 2018