#BETTER WATCH OUT by Christine Freeburn


The second book in the Merry and Bright handcrafting series, Merry is busy staging Season Greetings Christmas Parade. The Santa float is missing and when Merry located it she found

Jenna Wilcox’s DEAD body in Santa sleigh. Jenna had made a Naughty list of the residents and planned to display the list with the reasons on her float. This means there are enough residents to want her gone. The matter of Merry is a widow or a divorce along with the owner of the winning lottery ticket is in the court waiting for a judge to adjudicate it. From a rumor circulating around town, Merry heard that her ex-husband embezzled a large sum of money from the town and plan to pay back the sun with the lottery ticket. Merry begins to investigate to find who was responsible for the low of town’s funds.

I found the book with the Christmas scene overdone and began to feel Kerry’s character came off negative as she hurry to inform the sheriff of minor details. I recommend this book, especially for Christmas lovers.

Disclosure: Thanks to Henery Press for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed any own.

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5 Responses to #BETTER WATCH OUT by Christine Freeburn

  1. lghiggins says:

    I’m looking forward to reading this one!

  2. lghiggins says:

    I did read this and was not impressed. I have stopped reading that series.

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