The supporting characters, except for Ava, blended together and weren't particularly likable.
It feels like the author didn't really have a good plot in mind or know how to work it up....it was a disappointing read for my first try of this author.
Laura Childs, the author of the Teashop mysteries, has written the first book in what looks to be a great new series.
I always enjoy reading Laura Childs books. I am looking forward to her new ones.Published 1 month ago by joanie43
Great read. Keeps you guessing until the very end. The character development makes you think you are part of the group. Loved it.Published 3 months ago by Sherri C. King
I would probably have liked this more if I hadn't kept thinking that the shop which sells material for 'scrapbooking' was a somewhat unnecessary affectation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Clare O'Beara
This book was way to read kept you going the whole way through. It's a must read for anyone how likes a quick mystery to solve.Published 4 months ago by Susan
I liked this book it was a fun read, I have read other books this author has written and really enjoy them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by cms st paul
How does she write different series and all are superb! Her characters are well developed and her descriptions of the environment make you feel as if you are there.Published 6 months ago by Holly A Prater
Interesting location, and maybe the hook of scrap booking will draw some readers. But I found the characters superficial. Read morePublished 7 months ago by judith gooch
Very entertaining. I enjoy this series. It is in New Orleans, one of my favorite cities. The French Quarter is always fun.Published 7 months ago by Kay S. Burrous
Merchandise received on time and in very good condition.
A rating of excellent would be appropriate in this case. Read more