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review 2017-12-13 03:38
An Author, Wife Swapping, Visiting Family and Murder
A Just Clause - Lorna Barrett

Tricia is hosting an author book signing and the man is late. Before he arrives, Tricia's father shows up and he is not well received by his daughter's because, on his last visit, he stole from the other merchants and his own daughters. Angelica paid off all the money he owed and replaced all the items he stole. Tricia's place is being remodeled and neither daughter wants to put him up. Also, none of the other merchants want him in their place and he cannot get a room at any establishment in town either. Pixie's fiancee, Fred, feels sorry for Tricia and her dad and offers him his almost empty apartment to stay in. Before he can get there, he gets his face slapped by a woman at the signing, who also slaps the face of the author. Then she is found dead on the street, by Tricia and her sister. 

 

Tricia gets involved in finding the murderer because she wants to clear her father's name, even if his name is less than stellar. She and Angelica also want to bring their parents back together. 

 

So many things happen in this story and you learn more about the relationship between Tricia and Angelica. 

 

I have gotten a little out of order in the series and there are things that have happened in the other books that I am uncertain of how they came about. Things like Angelica's many businesses. How Tricia found about them, Bob killing Christopher. The cruise with the mother and father causing a huge split between the parents and Angelica and their mother. 

 

So I am going to go back and get the other books that I have missed and get caught up. 

 

This book was good and fun to read because I kept trying to figure out who did it and why. So it kept me guessing to the end. 

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review 2017-07-30 00:00
A Just Clause
A Just Clause - Lorna Barrett Between planning a bridal shower for her shop assistant Pixie and hosting a book signing for author Steven Richardson, Tricia Miles is busy as usual. Her life gets more complicated with the renovations on her apartment, and the unexpected arrival of her father back into town. After the book signing Tricia along with Angelica discover the body of a local business owner on the sidewalk shortly after the book signing. Tricia must do her best to solve the murder before the murderer gets away with the crime and her father winds up doing the time.
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text 2017-04-03 06:11
The Rainbow Clause by Beth Bolden Book Blitz and Giveaway

The Rainbow Clause
Beth Bolden
Publication date: April 3rd 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance

Heisman winner. Member of the National Championship team. NFL Rookie of the Year. Quarterback Colin O’Connor knows he’s become the ultimate romance novel cliché: all the success he’s ever dreamed of but nobody to share it with. Too bad it’s not as simple as asking out the next girl who intrigues him – because the next girl to intrigue him probably won’t be a girl at all.
Unexpectedly, the solution comes in one neat package: Nick Wheeler, lead journalist for a leading sports and pop culture blog. Hired by Colin’s team, Nick comes to Miami to shine a spotlight on the NFL’s most private quarterback.
The heat in Miami rises when Nick discovers that Colin is nothing like the hollow personality he pretends to be in interviews and he’s even hotter in person than on his Sports Illustrated cover. Nick knows this is the story of his career, and after spending his teenage years as a bullied, closeted teen, it hits very close to home. What he needs is to help Colin share his story while keeping their growing relationship from boiling over in the press, but what he wants is to tell the world.


Author Bio:
Beth Bolden lives in Portland, Oregon with her supportive husband and their beloved cat. She wholly believes in Keeping Portland Weird, but wishes she didn’t have to make the yearly pilgrimage up to Seattle to watch her Boston Red Sox play baseball. She’s a fan of fandoms, and spends too much of her free time on tumblr.
Beth has been writing practically since she learned the alphabet. Unfortunately, her first foray into novel writing, titled Big Bear with Sparkly Earrings, wasn’t a bestseller, but hope springs eternal. She’s published two novels, The Lucky Charm and Getting Lucky, and a short story, Eye of the Storm. Her next novel, Summer Attractions, will be released in August 2016.



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review 2016-05-31 00:00
The Kill Clause
The Kill Clause - Gregg Hurwitz I enjoyed this story and and will be reading more of this series. Gregg Hurwitz seems to write characters that I enjoy.

4 Stars for a fun read.
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review 2016-05-31 00:00
The Kill Clause
The Kill Clause - Gregg Hurwitz I enjoyed this story and and will be reading more of this series. Gregg Hurwitz seems to write characters that I enjoy.

4 Stars for a fun read.
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