Monday, March 26, 2018

You Can Lead A Horse To Murder-Tara Meyers-Beck Valley Tour-Review

About the book 
There’s a killer in Sanctuary, and the prime suspect is a horse.

When spirited Ember Burns is led back home to open her own veterinary practice, her first client lands her in the middle of a mystery. It starts as a desire for Ember to clear her name, and turns into a personal entanglement in a rapidly unfolding story of lies and deceit.

The small mountain town of Sanctuary has always had its secrets. Who can be trusted? It’s been ten years since Ember lived there but roots run deep. Discerning friend from foe isn’t an easy task. Relying on her intelligence and instinct, Ember tries to piece the clues together as the town gears up for its centennial celebration.

From the quaint historic shops, to the rugged mountains surrounding them, Ember works to unveil the true culprit before time runs out.

And I thought
They had me at the cover.  I knew I was going to like this one. 
But I didn't!  I loved it!  
From the beginning Ember Burns captured me and didn't let go! 
I loved her character.  I loved her strength, devotion and her spirit!

I loved the other main characters too. 
 Her Aunt Becky who is only a few years older than Ember is bold and strong and doesn't let anyone run rough shod over her or Ember or anyone else she cares about.  Aunt Becky even takes on the Mayor when she gets out of hand criticizing Ember.  

Ember is new to town.  Well returning to town and she feels 
she is looked on as an outsider.  There's no romance yet but there 
are a few suitors.  I am expecting a few sparks in the next installment.  

While Ember tries to figure out why the horse Butterscotch could 
harm a human more mystery and old secrets are discovered.

All the while someone makes threats and causes trouble for 
Ember to get her off the trail that will lead to the answers and 
a ticket to Hoosegow. 

In the end Butterscotch is cleared and all ends well for everyone 
but the criminal(s).

I enjoyed reading You Can Lead A Horse To Murder and 
I can't wait for the next installment.  

I received a complimentary copy.
This review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads.

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1 comment:

  1. So thrilled you enjoyed it so much and thank you for sharing your review today x