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Trouble in Mudbug (Ghost-in-Law Mystery/Romance Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This is a nice series starter and it is quite comical. I loved that this story is about a mother-in-law who has passed but her spirit remains due to some unfinished business. The characters and dialogue are all in line with it being a small town and I liked that it had great humorous elements too.
As far as mysteries go it was nicely done. There are plenty of twists and turns and just when you think you are certain who did what another element is introduced that blows your assumptions out of the water.
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What I think ruined it a bit for me was that the main characters made great declarations of love by the end that made my eyes roll. I think that their "I love you forever sentiments" could have been stretched through another few books. Maybe the author did this because the next book is going to be about different characters? I don't know. What I do know is that I will be carrying on with this series as I did find it quite enjoyable and humorous.
A sex interlude with interior security cameras and the chance of Helena popping through the wall at any time? I don't think so except in porno movies.
I don't recall any swearing. Perhaps it was removed from the Kindle version or there is so much on TV and in movies that I didn't notice.
The plot is a little ridiculous, but fine. I didn't mind that I had no idea who was trying to kill Maryse; the brilliant, beautiful, but stupid "heroine". All I cared about was what Helena was going to do next. That's what made the book worth reading for me.