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  • So funny!

    Love the quirky family and the snarky dialogue. The characters are so wonderful and I can't wait for the rest of this series!

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  • Story of finding your home

    This is one of those books that is more women’s fiction than romance. While Margot does end up with a HEA moment, a good portion of it is as much about finding a place to call home as it is a guy to share it with. I love the fish out of water moments as Margot transitions from her life in upscale Chicago to small town living down South. It’s definitely a different way of living but if she gives it a chance she might find her happy again. With grit and spunk she shows those who don’t want to accept her that she might have tripped but she’s not going to go down without a fight. It’s fun and entertaining and touching and did I say fun! How can it not be with a combination bait shop and funeral home for the family business? *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***

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  • Great Characters, Fab. Location, Wonderful Story!

    If you’ve been following the reviews on my blog, you’ve probably noticed I’m enamoured with books written in the Southern United States. And as I look out the window on this cold Wisconsin day, and see snow violently hurling itself down to the ground, I really wish I was in Georgia right now! Years ago I remember reading some of the books in Molly Harper’s, Nice Girls series, and enjoying them, so when I came upon this ARC, I decided to give it a read. The Nice Girls series started in 2009, so that is why I don’t have reviews on my website for them. But I do know I liked the series, so if you like Paranormal Romance, you should definitely give it a try. Harper does a fantastic job developing the main characters in this series. There are so many characters, that unless this book was an additional 200 pages, she would not have been able to do them all justice. After finishing this book, I checked to see what the next full length novel in the series is about. It’s titled, Ain’t She a Peach, and focuses on Margot’s cousin, the mortician. So I was super excited to see that each book and novella in this series would focus on a different character. I know Harper will continue to shine with her character descriptions. The humor interwoven in the story had me chuckling throughout. And I really appreciated that the author didn’t have Margot dwell on having to come to some ho-dunk town throughout the whole book. When Harper did write about it, it was mainly for the humorous effect. Besides the wacky characters, and situations, there is also some deeper storylines, that got me in the feels. Especially the one involving Margot and her father. Margot really grew because of this, and I couldn’t help but feel that this was how a real daughter might react to the situation with her father. And of course there is the budding romance with Margot and the school principal, but Harper kept it on the lighter side because of all the family drama that was going on. If you enjoy light romances that have family dramas and funny scenes throughout them, this is one you will want to read. You may also want to check out the novella about Margot’s cousin, Marianne, that takes place about five years before this book. It’s called, Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck. I already have, Ain’t She a Peach, on hold at my local library, and am looking forward to continuing this series, with Margot’s other cousin, Frankie, the mortician!

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