Sunday, December 6, 2020

Peppermint Cream Die by Carol E Ayer Great Escapes Book Tour Review


About the book 

Kayla Jeffries, home bakery owner and HSP (Highly Sensitive Person), has arranged her life just so to avoid stressful overstimulation. The California oceanside community in which she lives proves the perfect venue for the quiet and peaceful existence she desires. She happily spends her time baking, walking along the beach, and spending time with her close friends.


But when Kayla discovers her elderly friend Trudy Dillingham has been strangled, she vows to do anything she must to help bring the killer to justice, including overcoming the stress and sensory overload involved in playing amateur detective. Using her HSP talents of attention to detail and ability to read other people’s emotions, Kayla eventually cracks the case, all the while juggling two cats and a dog, non-stop orders for the Christmas holidays, and a budding relationship with handsome restaurateur Jason Banks 

And I  thought

Getting into a new series I am always on the edge of seat wondering just how good book 1 will be.  

In a lot of series the first book is fairly good but each book seems to get better and better.

This author is gonna have a bit of work ahead to pull off writing book two to exceed book 1.

This one was great.  The locale, the cozy home baker with some yummy sounding tid bits.  I wanted to step into the pages. 

This reader was left with lots of questions and wasn't able to figure it all out.  To me that makes a book a great read.  I want the sleuth to do the sleuthing and let me ride along.

I am looking forward to book 2!

I received a complimentary copy. 

My review will appear in Good Reads and retail sites.

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