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Pineapple Port series by Amy Vansant
As with book number one I found myself giggling out loud. Mrs. Vansant is an author new to me, I'm so happy I've stumbled across her work and I can't wait to read more! I don't like "looong-spoiler-filled" reviews that tell me the entire book so I don't write them.
The Mystery Box can be read as a stand alone book as it's a new mystery and not a continuation of the last. The characters, their relationships and how these were formed ARE the same so as to have a better understanding, reading the first book is helpful.
The content is kept to a PG13 level, as a highly conservative parent, I would have allowed my son's to read at about age fourteen; as boys tend to mature later. The relationship between Charlotte and Declan remains chaste though Uncle Seamus makes a vague reference to "Fifty Shades" that I wouldn't explain to my kids (lol)!
Very cute, funny and right under three hundred pages can be read in a day... five smiles!!
💗 BookLuvinBlond 💗
Charlotte, the youngest person in the retirement community, likes to say she was grandmothered in. After her parents died, Charlotte came to Pineapple Port to live with her grandmother who died nine months later. Some of the residents helped her remain in her grandmother's house and looked after her.
Charlotte's boyfriend Declan owns the local pawnshop. It was formerly a Mexican fast food takeout. Declan's business is now called the Hock-o-Bell. This just cracked me up the first time I read it. This is one example of Amy Vansant's humor. As usual, there is a lot going on in any Vansant story: Declan's ex girlfriend shows up claiming the pawnshop now belongs to her, Charlotte decides to become a licensed private eye and is clocking hours with Seamus, Declan's uncle. They will work on finding out if this is true or just another one of Stephanie's scams.
The story takes place around Halloween. Most of the residents like to celebrate the holidays and decorate accordingly. Darla, Sheriff Frank's wife, is very upset that someone stole her prize decoration. Witchy-Poo is an extremely large, colorful, inflatable that is put on top of the house and she is gone without a clue.
This should be enough to give you an idea of how much I enjoyed this book. If you haven't read Amy Vansant yet, you are missing some of the best humor out there. I like her enough to give her a five star rating. Her characters are well developed and a little loopy. The plot is outrageous but if you can get with the program, you will find yourself smiling at the antics of this crazy community. I know I didn't tell you about the mystery box but it's something for you to find out about when you read this book.
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Author has a wonderful sense of humor. great clean books.