- File Size: 523 KB
- Print Length: 224 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: misterio press (May 21, 2019)
- Publication Date: May 21, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07QHH9TSW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,171 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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the story didn't flow. The main character kept making scones and not eating them, didn't give them away, but she
kept making scones. Maybe the next book will be more detailed and have a purpose, this one no so much.
Abigail might be naïve, but she is also determined to clear her name, and hopefully get back the money she lost!
Abigail has a lifelong dream of running a tearoom, while Hyperion (NOT her gay best friend he says) is a Tarot Reader. It seems like a good idea for them to team up and so they become business partners, balancing each other- Abigail is the slow, methodical planner type, while Hyperion is dynamic and impetuous.
This quick read is another delightful addition to Weiss’ list of cozy mystery series.
The characters are interesting and rather quirky, and the recipes added at the end are intriguing.
If you’ve enjoyed Weiss’s other books, then you will enjoy this!
She sells "tea." No. She sells herbal tisanes. This is a constant error in such books. Learn the topic before you write about it, okay? At least call them herbal teas, if you don't know what tisane means.
She is, apparently, psychic, though. The tarot reader had a small throne upon which was a cat, covered in a velvet cloth. How did she know there was a cat under the velvet cloth? (this is a good example of the poor quality of writing)
Yeah ... I quit after a couple chapters.
I am giving it 5 stars because it contains no "cozy cliche catch-phrases", particularly the ever-annoying "moaned with pleasure" whenever someone eats something delicious - I hate that, and, thankfully, there's none of that in this book. There is also no need for editing - another plus. And, finally, there's none of the obsession with how the characters look; well, there are observations about the builder next door (handsome, etc), but those aren't excessive or obnoxious. No tediously frequent romantic fantasies, either.
The plot is decent, and I didn't guess whodunit until the end. Everything made sense and there were no loose ends, no cliffhangers. This book is a perfect example of how to write a good cozy.
Definitely will read the next book! Highly recommend - great light reading.
Top international reviews
While this cozy murder mystery is centered around the challenges of creating a tearoom, it is also about the trust that exists or develops with family, friends, old relationships and new relationships. And of course, our heroine does a little bit of baking and tea drinking. The recipes for some of the deliciously described food and teas are included at the end.
I expected Kirsten's magic when I bought this book and she delivered completely!
I can hardly wait for the next book!