The 8th installment did not disappoint. The humor was there especially the scene between Max, a dog, and McCallester, a cat was hilarious. It is well-written. I had just graduated high school during the 1950’s and remember many of the situations that are covered. I like the new rings tones cover in the tale.
Ellison Russell wanted to check on her Portfolio Stocks. Instead, she finds a dead broker and she called Anarchy for help. While waiting for Anarchy Ellison received a message to call her Father who wants Ellison to host her unknown half-sister. Her father has not informed her Mother that he invited Karma to visit him. There are a number of funny things happening. Ellison romance with Anarchy is in an open view and she has introduced him to her friends. Ellison will encounter abuse, betrayal, fraud, social realm and FAMILY TIES before she finds answers. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES. I will find hard to wait a year to find out Ellison next adventure.
Disclosure: Many thanks to Edelweiss and Henery Press for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.
I liked this book too and the landline which went brng brng
I’m glad it is a good one. I appreciate your review and am looking forward to reading it.
Glad you liked it.
I have read this book since you posted your review. As always with the series, I enjoyed it very much. I am behind in reading the latest but I did go on and buy them since I am not finding them as ARC’s. It was fun to read your review and remember the story.
I have read this book since you posted your review. As always with this series, I enjoyed it very much. I am behind in reading the latest but I did go on and buy them since I am not finding them as ARC’s. It was fun to read your review and remember the story.
She is one of Henery Press’s authors. The last few ARC, I found those ARC on Edlewiess. Annette Dashofy has a new publisher. Sherry Haris has a publisher as she has acouple of new series. Since I am not writing new reviews, I haven’t kept with them.