My rating: 5 of 5 stars
what I liked about this book the story, it was fun and kept me thinking, it is a murder mystery and the character Jaine, just happened to be in the middle of it. I liked the way the story blamed everyone and in the end it was a surprise. Well worth the read and a fun clean book. No sex, no swear words, no gore, just a clean murder mystery and makes me want to read more of her books.
What Goodreads says about the book:
When Jaine lands a job writing web copy and brochures for matchmaker Joy Amoroso, she's excited for a chance to help the lovelorn just in time for Valentine's Day - until she realizes what "Dates of Joy" is really all about.
Joy is a ruthless taskmaster who screams at her employees for the smallest infractions, pads her website with pictures of professional models posing as clients, and offers up convincing but empty promises of love in exchange for inordinate sums of money. And woe betide anyone who lays a finger on her heavily guarded stash of chocolates. So it's no surprise when the chiselling cupid turns up dead at a Valentine's Day mixer.
Aghast to find herself on the cops' suspect list, Jaine sets out to track down the killer. Who could it be?
Joy's harried assistants, whose lives she made a living hell?
Her younger lover?
The handsome hunk of a client with a secret in his past?
Or the furious Beverly Hills widow who forked over the last of her savings for a Prince Charming who never materialized?
Joy left behind a slew of enemies struck by her deviant arrows, so finding the culprit may prove harder than spotting that elusive caramel praline in a box of chocolates - and Jaine will have to flirt with danger to get to the truth.
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Killing Cupid (A Jaine Austen Mystery Book 12)
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