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text 2018-10-14 23:57
Reading progress update: I've read 201 out of 271 pages.
On Borrowed Time - Jenn McKinlay

Every time Lindsey has lied to Emma in order to protect her brother, I'm reminded of the previous book. Wasn't Emma in on the whole thing with Robbie? If she could handle that without any of it showing on her face even a little, she could handle this. This newest revelation makes all of that even more frustrating.

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text 2018-10-10 18:50
Reading progress update: I've read 73 out of 271 pages.
On Borrowed Time - Jenn McKinlay

"What sort of married woman had Jack gotten himself involved with?"

 

Oh, Lindsey. Can we say "hypocrite"? Or has she forgotten that Robbie Vine, who she has not ruled out as a possible boyfriend, is married, too?

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review 2018-10-08 16:15
Death in the Stacks
Death in the Stacks - Jenn McKinlay

Lindsey is battling with the newest President of the Library Board. She is abrasive, controlling and mean. She is on the attack, trying to get rid of Lindsey and all her staff, especially those who don't meet her standards of dress and decorum. She is also demanding that places contracted to make food, flowers, etc for the Dinner in the Stacks event to earn money for the library, do the service for free. She has created so much ill will that it is no surprise that after being horrible at the event, she is found dead in the stacks, having been stabbed with a steak knife from the event. Paula, the woman that Olive (Boyle...listening it sounded like Olive Oil, Popeye's girlfriend) was tormenting the worst, is thought to be to blame for the death and the mean girls (Olive's friends) also blame Lindsey and Paula. When people start making life miserable for Paula, Lindsey breaks her vow to not investigate anymore and looks into who would want Olive dead. 

 

This was so fun. It had a whole cast of new characters, including the visiting cupcake bakers from AZ (Fairytale Cupcakes....Cupcake Mysteries, the author's other series). It also dealt with all kinds of other information. I woke up and started working on finishing this story because I was invested in knowing who did the deed. 

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text 2018-10-04 01:23
Reading progress update: I've read 51 out of 271 pages.
On Borrowed Time - Jenn McKinlay

Yes, let's torture Sully for several pages by letting him think that Jack is Lindsey's ex or something instead of her brother. I'm 99% sure Lindsey did that on purpose.

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text 2018-10-02 13:36
Reading progress update: I've read 30 out of 271 pages.
On Borrowed Time - Jenn McKinlay

I have two other books I'm working on for Halloween Bingo, so of course I just started a third.

 

I cringe every time Lindsey omits details about the circumstances under which she found the body (in the public library, of course). It's totally going to bite her in the butt in the near future.

 

And hey, there's already a body. No need to wait around for half the book for someone to finally die.

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