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Book Review: Murder On The Class Trip (Maya and Sandra Mystery, #3) by Lee Hollis

Murder on the Class Trip (Maya and Sandra Mystery, #3) by Lee Hollis opens in Portland, Maine where Maya Kendrick and Sandra Wallage are enlisted by their kid's teacher to chaperone the class trip to Washington, D.C.  When the intern for Sandra's soon to be ex-husband Stephen turns up dead in the senator's apartment, the moms struggle to juggle their chaperoning responsibilities and solving the murder to acquit Senator Stephen Wallage. First and foremost, thank you to NetGalley for the Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of Murder on the Class Trip (Maya and Sandra Mystery, #3) by Lee Hollis.  I was delighted to receive this book for free in exchange for my honest review.  I was intrigued by the synopsis of Murder on the Class Trip by Lee Hollis because politics intrigue me, and I enjoyed visiting Washington, D.C. several years ago, so I was excited to receive an ARC of this book. This novel isn't the first book I've read by this author, and it certainly won't be the

Book Review: Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven (Stephanie Plum, #27) by Janet Evanovich

Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven (Stephanie Plum, #27) by Janet Evanovich opens with Stephanie Plum and her Grandma Mazur still searching for Jimmy Rosolli's treasure, but they're not the only ones looking for it. On top of that, Stephanie is being followed by a woman that she thinks Morelli is dating.

One of the things I enjoyed about Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven is that it picked up where Twisted Twenty-Six (Stephanie Plum, #26). It was a fun, entertaining read that made me laugh out loud in spots. I really enjoyed a new character named Potts because he provided some much needed comic relief. I foresee him becoming a reoccurring character.

Like the previous book, I found some inconsistencies in the details, which makes me think that the latest in the series is being ghost written as well. It's a bit frustrating, especially since I've come to love the Stephanie Plum book series. 

On top of that, we're back to Stephanie screwing up again when it comes to capturing the fugitives and needing Ranger's help yet again. She's also broken up with Joseph Morelli and becomes super jealous when she thinks he's dating someone else. I wish they'd get married, or at least make some sort of commitment because this on again, off again situation is disappointing this far along in the series.

All in all, I enjoyed Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven (Stephanie Plum, #27) by Janet Evanovich and gave it four out of five stars. I'm looking for to reading the next book in the series.

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