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Book Review: Witch Upon A Star (Witch Way Librarian Mysteries, #4) by Angela M. Sanders

Witch Upon A Star (Witch Way Librarian Mysteries, #4) by Angela M. Sanders was published May 23, 2023 by Kensington Books.  Josie is excited to have her sister Jean come visit her in Wilfred, Oregon.  However, Josie isn't quite as happy for the reason . . . Jean is attending a workshop to become a certified life coach.  When two people associated with the workshop are found murdered, and Jean is threatened, Josie sticks her nose into the investigation. A big thank you goes out to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of Witch Upon A Star (Witch Way Librarian Mysteries, #4) by Angela M. Sanders.  I was happy to be approved to receive this book for free in exchange for my honest review.  After reading this book, I'm now a fan of the author and can't wait to read the first three books in the series or for the next installment to come out. I was pleasantly surprised that the story was so well written and engaging.  At times, it played like a movie

Book Review: Plum Lovin' (Stephanie Plum, #12.5) by Janet Evanovich

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In this edition of the Stephanie Plum Between-the-Numbers novel Plum Lovin', Diesel pops back into Stephanie's life to make a deal with her. He'll help her find Annie Hart, Stephanie's most recent bond enforcement job. The catch? She has to help Diesel play matchmaker for Annie Hart, who is a relationship specialist and is missing, and he knows where she is. Why? Diesel has promised Annie he will work on five of her cases, and he isn't good at relationships.

Plum Lovin' by Janet Evanovich is the second between the numbers books and is more of a novella at just under 200 pages. And, I enjoyed it a lot better than the first Between-the-Numbers book, Visions of Sugar Plums because it had less paranormal elements in it. Don't get me wrong, I love paranormal just as much as the next person, but it just doesn't seem to fit in with the Stephanie Plum series. I would be completely fine if all of the paranormal was taken out though because that isn't what I want when I pick up this series.

Another thing that I don't particularly care for is that the character Diesel is only in the Between-The-Numbers books, at least so far. It seems a little random to bring in a character that isn't in any of the main series books. And, I don't particularly care that this produces a third love interest for Stephanie Plum, especially since he isn't in the main books. Aren't two love interests enough?

All in all, I enjoyed Plum Lovin', and would recommend it to other people to read. However, it is necessary for people to read this in between Twelve Sharp and Lean Mean Thirteen because there is an important story line that takes place in this book that you'd need to know before reading the thirteenth book in the series.I gave Plum Lovin' four stars out of five because it was a lot better than Visions of Sugar Plums, but realistically it was more of a 3.5 stars out of five.


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