- File Size: 2085 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Publication Date: January 10, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076F8FJD7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #214,553 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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But the book definitely redeemed itself at the end. I won't give spoilers, but for anybody who complained of cliffhangers, rest assured this book's ending leaves you satisfied, joyful and more optimistic about life —Yes, good happy endings have that effect on me even when I know it's fiction.
I will miss terribly my Castle Cove characters. Ms. Olsen with her cat outfits, Ms. Viola sitting in her unnecessary wheelchair, The Newsomes with their kinky/yucky romantic encounters. Gravy the hissing cat. I'll especially miss Tabby and Troy. I really hope Ms. Frame eventually retakes this series by continuing Tabby and Ben's stories or even Troy and Eleanor's.
All of the unique people from Castle Cove are throughout the three books. You come to know and care for them.
The story is part romance, part mystery and part comedy. I have read all of Mary Frame’s books and I recommend her highly. Her books are an escape from reality and a very nice place to visit.
would like to see what kind of things they could of done or trouble they could of gotten into. Guess all good things must come to a end. Thank you again. Fran Gill
After my enjoyment of the preceding two books I confess I found this conclusion to be a bit of a disappointment.
At the end of the second book Charlotte and Paige's ne'er do well, con artist parents have caught up with them and are blackmailing Charlotte to help them with a con in Castle Cove. Charlotte hates lying to her friends and helping her parents but she can't let them take Paige, especially since there is a creepy lawyer who has taken far too much interest in a young girl for Charlotte's liking. But every time Charlotte thinks she may be able to get away from her parents they show her they are already one step ahead of her at all times.
Whilst Charlotte and Paige only came to Castle Cove to escape their ghastly parents, this is the first time we the readers have seen them, other than through Charlotte's memories. Hence, although they were a known factor in the preceding books, they were never present and the third book in the trilogy has a very different feel to the other books. I spent much of the time reading this book thinking, has Paige confided in someone? Do they know what is going on? Whilst my suppositions weren't entirely accurate, and there were unimagined secrets revealed, this felt more like a small town suspense rather than a small town mystery like the other two books.
Overall, while I was pleased that the overarching plotline involving the parents was resolved, I prefered the small town mystery novels.
Thank you Author Mary Frame for working so hard for us.