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Drama Muscle: A Nicky and Noah Mystery (Nicky & Noah Mysteries) (Volume 2) Paperback – January 2, 2016
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"As with the first book, there are laughout loud, completely funny sections. And enough of the mystery andsuspense that keeps me reading.... I look forward to the next story" --The TBR Pile
"a perfect balance of humor and romance into acontinuously twisting plot.... Cosentino will keep you entertained andguessing until the very end."-- 3 Chicks After Dark
"Such a well woven story that is literally laugh out loud funny." -- Boy Meets Boy Reviews
"Readers will be on the edge of their seats waiting for the killer to berevealed....As a romance, readers will love seeing Nicky and Noahsettling in to living together in their Victorian home....I highlyrecommend this series." -- Joyfully Jay Reviews
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The mystery itself is engaging and features lots of twists and turns. It's not too difficult to figure out whodunit, but getting to the thrilling climax is still an enjoyable experience. The scenes of lead character Nicky eavesdropping in on conversations and sexual encounters are especially fun and work as a great little plot device to quickly move the story forward.
I'll definitely keep my eye out for the next book in the series, Drama Cruise.
The murders were very interesting. My choice of the killer changed every time someone died which made it even more fun for me. It was very fast paced. I absolutely couldn't put it down. I love how Mr. Cosentino just gets to the point. Even the love scenes. I mean if you are going to do something just do it. Don't spend two pages thinking about it or begging each other. There were no long, long descriptions of scenes or characters. I absolutely love how he writes theses stories and l certainly hope this is not the last one. Highly, highly recommended.
Book 1, Drama Queen was always going to be a hard act to follow with its belly ache laughter approach but in this “smirkathong” – yes I was smirking throughout the book, my top lip still aches – the author succeeded in delivering another comic classic!
My boys, Nicky and Noah, AKA as 9 ¼” Sherlock and sexy Watson, are back with more murders to solve (bodies are dropping quicker than any dumbbell drop)! – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle will be turning in his grave, not from the shock factor but from the laughter factor – the one liners scattered throughout the book would leave Henny Youngman envious, the comic timings were superbly delivered.
Red herrings came thick and fast, as did the colourful characters (lol) and we were even treated to cameo appearances from Dick Danghammer and Marvin Meekbottom. Every character added value, especially Noah’s dad and mum with her permanently attached camera that took pictures of everything to send back home and I mean everything! Nicky and Noah’s sexy times were far sexier than book 1’s and yes, I’m smirking again thinking of them.
It was great fun but delivered with precision and excellence, I adored it, unlike the European driving comment……shame on you author!
Five academic Tony Award stars from me (try saying that three times fast – read the book to see what I mean).
****I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book****