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It was hard to get into at first, hard to connect with Ziva. It got better later on though.
I’m not a makeup person myself, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like reading about it. But this book comes across as a bit shallow, even juvenile. Just a little!
A lighthearted read. Normally I like lighthearted. I read to relax and a good cozy mystery can give me that relaxation. But this was too light.
There were a few mistakes/inconsistencies. Example: one of her brides was supposed to have a makeup trial run on Thursday. Thursday came and went without ever mentioning the appointment… I don’t like things like that. And I knew who did it at about a quarter of the book… A pity because I like the guessing game and there wasn’t much guessing left…
There is this whole rivalry thing with her arch nemesis that I didn’t like. I don’t think the story needed another villain besides the murderer.
Even though this is not the best cozy I’ve ever read, I WAS curious as to how the case would develop. I did want to read on. The mystery part of the story was a bit slow, but it WAS suspenseful. Pleasant enough, easy enough, but not memorable. All in all, it was in between like and OK.