Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Mini Review: Lucky And The Falling Felon (The Carriage House Capers #1) by: Emmy Grace

Release Date: September 4, 2019
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Source: I received a complementary copy of this book from the author and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"**Lucky Boucher never has to go looking for trouble. Trouble finds her just fine all on its own. **

What do a dead guy, a stolen pig, and night vision goggles have in common?

Me.

Hi, I’m Annabelle Boucher, but everyone calls me Lucky. Despite my nickname, I’m a magnet for trouble. I can get myself into more jams and pickles than ants at a picnic. My most recent predicament involves being nearly killed by a dead body then finding a note that implicates me in the murder. My only option is to find the killer and clear my name. Fortunately, I have the help of a surly ex FBI agent, a 102-year-old mobster that looks like Mrs. Claus, and my wacky menagerie of rescue animals.

Many of my stories begin with me doing something “inadvisable” and end with me catching a criminal. This one is no different. But you’ll soon learn that, with me, the middle is where things always get interesting."

My Thoughts:

I cannot put into words just how much I loved this book and how fun it was and how it was exactly the book I needed at the time. This book is just pure fun from beginning to end. And it’s the perfect book to sit down with and breeze through in a few short hours. It’s a quick read, but addictive and a great escape from the real world. Lucky and her antics are an absolute riot and you just cannot help but love her. She always seems to find herself in the middle of trouble and she’s always caught up in something ridiculous and it just makes for such a good time. She has such a big heart and especially for animals and I loved that about her. When trouble finds Lucky again she is determined to solve the case and won’t let anything get in her way… not even grumpy former FBI agents named Liam. And speaking of Liam, I loved him too. He is grumpy and cranky but that makes him play off Lucky so well. These two working together made for some great banter and fun times. Lucky And The Falling Felon is just a flat out great read and one that doesn’t take itself too seriously, but still delivers an engaging and addictive plot with great characters and I seriously hope I get to check in with Lucky again in the future.

2 comments:

  1. Lucky and her antics sound like they made this such a fun read! I love when two characters are such complete opposites and can play off of each other the way that Lucky and Liam did! This sounds like the perfect read when you need to read something fun, light, and humorous! Great Review Teresa!

    Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

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  2. I love the little piggy on the cover. I've always wanted one. This seems like a fun read and I hope to be able to read it some day.

    Sharrice @Reese's Reviews

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