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Engaged in Trouble (An Enchanted Events Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Former pop star Paisley Sutton returns to Sugar Creek after inheriting her great aunt's wedding shop. She doesn't want the shop but is required to run it for two months before she can sell it. Right off the bat, she has to deal with a bridezilla.
Paisley's new digs are a duplex, the other side of which is inhabited by a former high school crush, Beau, who once shamed her in high school. Well, well.
Then a murder happens. What's a girl to do when accused of murder? Why, try to solve the crime, of course! We are treated to the return of former CIA ladies, Sylvie and Frannie, who provide much enjoyment with their antics. I declare, this book brought me such pure joy, it's incredible. I read it in one day and now I'm sad because it's over. But wait! There will be another in the series in late summer! What a wonderful thing to look forward to.
I enjoyed every single little minute of this book, re-reading certain passages all over again, laughing out loud, hugely hilarious! Scared my dog I laughed so hard. I cannot wait for the next book.
I read one of Jenny B. Jones' books a few years ago when I ordered it for my wife and got sucked in by her sassy sense of humor and engaging writing (thus the loss of my man card). I've been on a science fiction binge for a while, so it was time to read something a little different.
Engaged in Trouble didn't disappoint. Not only does it showcase Jenny's wicked sense of humor, it is a great mystery that kept me guessing (and guessing wrong) until the end. She's created a fictional Southern town with enough crazy characters to keep me hooked.
If you like witty writing with laugh out loud antics and/or a tricky mystery, this book does the trick on both counts.
And now it's time to find a book with lots of explosions. I want my man card back...
This was a super fun read, with a huge dose of humor and shenanigans mixed with some intrigue, romance, and inspiration. There were plenty of really fun characters, like a retired CIA grandma to keep the plot moving! While the whole time you're trying to figure out 'who done it' along with main character and lead suspect, Paisley.
A great book for anyone looking for a funny, feel good story with a good mystery, zany characters, and a light romance that doesn't overpower the story. Would highly recommend!!
Though I hesitate to use the term "edgy," perhaps it's better to say that this is definitely a cozy mystery that comes from a Christian worldview. The focus is the mystery first and foremost, but the characters have interesting back story's, so there are certainly well-drawn characters as well. Paisley's history, while unique, is not altogether unbelievable, especially given how the entertainment industry works. There is a romantic element, but it's definitely light and not the primary focus of the story.
I used to read the Stephanie Plum series, but honestly I got tired of the main character flip-flopping between the two men like it was no big deal. The humor in this book reminded me of the humor in that book, but without the content that I found iffy in the Stephanie Plum books.
There were some great lines in the book, too -
"All of life’s questions could be answered at the library."
"Violet pink and lilac purple covered the sky as if God had airbrushed his favorite colors across the it. The moon hid in the distance, not quite ready to report for the night shift."
And funny ones like this -
“What are you doing?” I pointed toward her side of the road. “That was the house.” “You never go right to the perp’s hideout. You have to do a little surveillance.” She slowed the car even more. “Check out the perimeter, scan the area for any danger—like snipers and Chihuahuas.”
I will definitely be keeping my eye out for the next book in this series, as well as go back and read the Sugar Creek novellas - I can tell this will be one set of characters and one small town that I will enjoy visiting again.
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