- File Size: 3806 KB
- Print Length: 253 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Jelly Bean Press (October 7, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 7, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009NI6VT4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,241 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Brownies & Betrayal (Sweet Bites Mysteries, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 4 in Sweet Bites Mysteries (4 Book Series)
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The thing I like about Heather Justesen's books is that she writes romance really well. Family by Design had some really great romantic moments that made me sigh, and I was hoping for that with Brownies and Betrayal. Heather does a good job of balancing the mystery with a "love triangle" of sorts, but there's not a lot of romantic resolution, instead there's more of a romantic set-up for the next book (this is the start of a new series from what I gather). The mystery was good, although I called the killer early on, but I liked the twists and turns the story took. The recipes sounded yummy and I'd definitely like to try a few of them. This is a great curl-up-on-your-couch afternoon read.
I generally liked the lead character Tess, she is spunky and upbeat and way to curious for her own good! Perfect for a cozy mystery. She is mostly joined by her BFF Honey, another sassy gal! I loved this pairing because it really helped give a sounding board for the progress of the case.
The overall mystery was intriguing, some parts were super obvious but it did surprise me in the end. I really thought I knew who the murderer was, turns out I was way off base! I really enjoyed the end, unfortunately it took a stretch to get past the beginning. The whole premise of why Tess thought she would be a suspect was beyond unreal. She met the chick for like five minutes and exchanged a handful of sentences. Whatever, it was silly but not so far as to turn me off the book.
Terrific supporting cast. I count at least three romantic prospects in the mix. Definitely things to watch in the future of the series. Loved her friends Honey and Lenny, always great to have a hacker on hand! Sean is a delicious player and Jack has hunky Alpha written all over him! I also enjoyed the interactions with the detective.
I listened to the audiobooks narrated by Pamela Almand, who is terrific. She has a great pace in the read that really keeps the story moving. There is the perfect touch of sass in her voice to really compliments the lead character and feel of the story. The other voices were consistent throughout the read. The men could have been a touch deeper, but were distinct and easy to discern who was speaking. I adore the energy she adds to the read!Read more ›
I will make the recipes, though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed the characters and the recipes in this first book of the Sweet Bites series. I will probably read the next one to see how the characters develop and what recipes she... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Andrea S.
Somewhat farfetched. Recipes as chapters kinda silly especially since she is supposed to be pastry chef and uses margarine and instant pudding mix. Chef, I think not!Published 15 days ago by richard hirchert
I enjoyed this mystery. There were quite a few characters, suspects, and plots, but they kept the mystery interesting and believable. I plan to read more books in this series..Published 16 days ago by Andrea Ragan
REALLY? Dead woman under Tess's baking table....can we say setup kiddies?Published 23 days ago by Gypsy
Twists, turns, red herrings, several likeable, and not so likeable characters. This book has it all. Yikes even bullets and needles. A perfect read.Published 1 month ago by ValorieD
I love a good mystery and it is even better when it keeps you guessing, this did both. I love,the recipes and the hint of a love interest as well.Published 2 months ago by Vickie Ricks
Loved the story and the recipes. Easy reading for a lazy summer day. I recommend the book and will be getting the next story in the series.Published 2 months ago by Charlene Lietzow
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