Thursday, December 3, 2015
Book Review: "Mistletoe Justice" by Carol Post
Darci Tucker was just going back to her office to get the cell phone she'd forgotten when her life started spiraling out of control. Her only hope to get it back under control is co-worker Conner Stevenson who is trying to find answers about his sister's sudden disappearance. Neither of them is in a position for a relationship, so why do they want so much more as Christmas approaches?
"Mistletoe Justice" by Carol Post brings you back to Cedar Key. I was happy to read Darci's and little Jayden's story. It is best to read the books in order to get to know the characters better, but you could read this story alone. It was fun to see the characters we got to know and love from the other Cedar Key books. I'm also happy to see that there will be two more books to come. There were many twists and turns in the story that kept you guessing throughout the book as to what was going to happen. I devoured the book wanting to know exactly was going to happen. I enjoyed Conner's personal development through the book. So many things are happening in the book and it moves at a fast pace as the danger and suspense pulls you in.
"Mistletoe Justice" is available in paperback:
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I received a free copy of this book from the author in order for me to give an honest review. A positive review was not required and all thoughts and opinions are my own.