A good cozy paranormal and romance that has some strange twists. Madeira’s sister Brandy has talked her into hiring an intern for her carriage shop. When Mad goes to meet her there is a dead woman whose identity is that of her new intern, Isobel who turns up alive that evening. The plot is creative and different as there are twins and cousin involve. The love triangle took away from the plot as it became the focal point of story instead of the mystery.
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Thanks for posting your review.
I am now read the next instead of my ARC