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AGED FOR MURDER (A TUSCAN VINEYARD COZY MYSTERY) is the debut novel in a charming new cozy mystery series by #1 bestselling author Fiona Grace, author of Murder in the Manor (Book #1), a #1 Bestseller with over 100 five-star reviews! When Olivia Glass, 34, concocts an ad for a cheap wine that propels her advertising company to the top, she is ashamed by her own work—yet off AGED FOR MURDER (A TUSCAN VINEYARD COZY MYSTERY) is the debut novel in a charming new cozy mystery series by #1 bestselling author Fiona Grace, author of Murder in the Manor (Book #1), a #1 Bestseller with over 100 five-star reviews! When Olivia Glass, 34, concocts an ad for a cheap wine that propels her advertising company to the top, she is ashamed by her own work—yet offered the promotion she’s dreamed of. Olivia, at a crossroads, realizes this is not the life she signed up for. Worse, when Olivia discovers her long-time boyfriend, about to propose, has been cheating on her, she realizes it’s time for a major life change. Olivia has always dreamed of moving to Tuscany, living a simple life, and starting her own vineyard. When her long-time friend messages her about a Tuscan cottage available, Olivia can’t help wonder: is it fate? Hilarious, packed with travel, food, wine, twists and turns, romance and her newfound animal friend—and centering around a baffling small-town murder that Olivia must solve—AGED FOR DEATH is an un-putdownable cozy that will keep you laughing late into the night.


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AGED FOR MURDER (A TUSCAN VINEYARD COZY MYSTERY) is the debut novel in a charming new cozy mystery series by #1 bestselling author Fiona Grace, author of Murder in the Manor (Book #1), a #1 Bestseller with over 100 five-star reviews! When Olivia Glass, 34, concocts an ad for a cheap wine that propels her advertising company to the top, she is ashamed by her own work—yet off AGED FOR MURDER (A TUSCAN VINEYARD COZY MYSTERY) is the debut novel in a charming new cozy mystery series by #1 bestselling author Fiona Grace, author of Murder in the Manor (Book #1), a #1 Bestseller with over 100 five-star reviews! When Olivia Glass, 34, concocts an ad for a cheap wine that propels her advertising company to the top, she is ashamed by her own work—yet offered the promotion she’s dreamed of. Olivia, at a crossroads, realizes this is not the life she signed up for. Worse, when Olivia discovers her long-time boyfriend, about to propose, has been cheating on her, she realizes it’s time for a major life change. Olivia has always dreamed of moving to Tuscany, living a simple life, and starting her own vineyard. When her long-time friend messages her about a Tuscan cottage available, Olivia can’t help wonder: is it fate? Hilarious, packed with travel, food, wine, twists and turns, romance and her newfound animal friend—and centering around a baffling small-town murder that Olivia must solve—AGED FOR DEATH is an un-putdownable cozy that will keep you laughing late into the night.

30 review for Aged for Murder

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    On the one hand, this book was exactly what I was looking for (a light-hearted, easy read). On the other hand, the characters were terrible, and mostly stereotypes. The main character had a handful of relatable moments, but was mostly a complete idiot (she 'forgot' she owned an apartment that she could sell to raise money she needed, for example). She was supposed to be 34, but mostly appeared to have the impulse control and maturity of a 16 year old. Her mother was overbearing. Her boyfriend co On the one hand, this book was exactly what I was looking for (a light-hearted, easy read). On the other hand, the characters were terrible, and mostly stereotypes. The main character had a handful of relatable moments, but was mostly a complete idiot (she 'forgot' she owned an apartment that she could sell to raise money she needed, for example). She was supposed to be 34, but mostly appeared to have the impulse control and maturity of a 16 year old. Her mother was overbearing. Her boyfriend controlling. Her boss insecure and bullying. The police were presented as prejudiced numbskulls. The plot was moved along by stupid mistakes, and problems were only resolved when the characters came to obvious conclusions. The murder mystery wasn't particularly engaging, and (view spoiler)[ the perpetrator turned out to be a minor character who was barely introduced prior to the denouement (hide spoiler)] .

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    Unbelievably insipid, naive, clueless heroine. Won't waste my time with the remaining books in the series. Unbelievably insipid, naive, clueless heroine. Won't waste my time with the remaining books in the series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Vasilis

    This book focuses on the story of an American woman, who after being dumped by her boyfriend and generally unhappy with her work and life , decides to take a break and go to Tuscany to pursue her dream – which is to open her own small vineyard and produce her own wine. In the midst of that, a murder takes place and she needs to clear her name as she is the prime suspect. I am struggling whether this is a 1 or 2 /5 book. It has some positives, but not much. Well, let’s list them! Prons: Easy to rea This book focuses on the story of an American woman, who after being dumped by her boyfriend and generally unhappy with her work and life , decides to take a break and go to Tuscany to pursue her dream – which is to open her own small vineyard and produce her own wine. In the midst of that, a murder takes place and she needs to clear her name as she is the prime suspect. I am struggling whether this is a 1 or 2 /5 book. It has some positives, but not much. Well, let’s list them! Prons: Easy to read, excellent descriptions of the Tuscan countryside Cons: The characters (incl the main character ) are unbelievably undeveloped , they really couldn’t be any shallower even if the study was written by a primary school kid. The writer does not go beyond stereotypes for most of the characters (cheating boyfriend, pressurising mum, playboy style Italian men, police etc) and at no point in the book you see any sort of effort to develop characters whatsoever. Plus, there’s so much “telling” and very little “showing” (eg Olivia did this, did that, went there etc etc ) and no effort to show character through actions, which makes the story even shallower and it’s very annoying! I think 1/5 stars is about right..

  4. 4 out of 5

    Erika

    This might be the worst book I have ever read. The phrasing is trite; it's as if a Freshman college student got an A on a paper and decided they were now an author and decided to write a book. It takes at lease half of the book to get to the murder when that part of the story could have taken a couple of chapters or less. I'm not really a book reviewer, but I thought I'd try to spare anyone the agony of this story. This might be the worst book I have ever read. The phrasing is trite; it's as if a Freshman college student got an A on a paper and decided they were now an author and decided to write a book. It takes at lease half of the book to get to the murder when that part of the story could have taken a couple of chapters or less. I'm not really a book reviewer, but I thought I'd try to spare anyone the agony of this story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    KATHRYN A. FOLEY

    Unbelievable Main Character How can someone supposedly very intelligent walk into her bosses office, before an important meeting, quit on the spot and not expect repercussions? The story lost me within the first couple of chapters but I kept reading thinking it would get better. It didn’t.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    An entertaining story that had a satisfying ending. Decent character development and good plotting. It took a while to have someone murdered but once that happened the pace picked up. Overall a good book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Elsbeth

    Olivia gets a taste of winery. Olivia's world is in a turmoil. She quits her job, her boyfriend, her apartment and her country. But in Tuscany there also are doubts. She gets signs that she should stay and signs that she should go back. Being a prime murder suspect doesn't really help. This series starts a bit in the same way Fiona's other series starts, with a woman in her 30's who, after a break up, makes a job switch in a different country. But the country differs, the job differs and, of cours Olivia gets a taste of winery. Olivia's world is in a turmoil. She quits her job, her boyfriend, her apartment and her country. But in Tuscany there also are doubts. She gets signs that she should stay and signs that she should go back. Being a prime murder suspect doesn't really help. This series starts a bit in the same way Fiona's other series starts, with a woman in her 30's who, after a break up, makes a job switch in a different country. But the country differs, the job differs and, of course, the woman is a different one. Great summer read! I liked this book just as much as the books from the other series. I can't wait to read more! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Fabienne

    Eh. Pretty far fetched and rushed.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lise

    The wheels have come off the wine cart for Olivia Glass. A successful campaign for the wrong product has her re-evaluating her life choices and her boyfriend is doing the same thing and deciding it's time to move on to his bit on the side. Invited by a friend to summer in Italy, Olivia jumps at the chance to change up her life for good. There wasn't even the hint of a mystery until the halfway point and I totally didn't mind. Olivia's story was compelling so that when the "event" did happen, I wa The wheels have come off the wine cart for Olivia Glass. A successful campaign for the wrong product has her re-evaluating her life choices and her boyfriend is doing the same thing and deciding it's time to move on to his bit on the side. Invited by a friend to summer in Italy, Olivia jumps at the chance to change up her life for good. There wasn't even the hint of a mystery until the halfway point and I totally didn't mind. Olivia's story was compelling so that when the "event" did happen, I was surprised. I loved the fact that Olivia didn't take her boyfriend's gaslighting sitting down (both literally and figuratively) and that she was prepared to take action to make her dreams come true. (view spoiler)[Someone mentioned that it was strange that she had forgotten her expensive apartment in Chicago as an asset that she could sell in order to buy the Italian farm. I rather think that it was at the back of her mind as a bolthole in case her plans turned upside down. Once she realized that she no longer needed an out, she sold up immediately. (hide spoiler)] I'm very interested to see where this series goes. Olivia isn't my favourite type of main character, but she keeps things sparking!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

    If "Aged for Murder" by Fiona Grace is meant to be a cozy mystery book it failed. It's not either. Everything moves way too fast: the unbelievable plot, the ditzy 34yr. old main character, how does one on a whim conceive that they can do anything and be successful. This book would be a 4star rating if it would flesh out the characters and slow down the time frame. As it is the plot is like a revoling door; there's no depth to anyone character. I did like the fancy restuarant scene where our lead c If "Aged for Murder" by Fiona Grace is meant to be a cozy mystery book it failed. It's not either. Everything moves way too fast: the unbelievable plot, the ditzy 34yr. old main character, how does one on a whim conceive that they can do anything and be successful. This book would be a 4star rating if it would flesh out the characters and slow down the time frame. As it is the plot is like a revoling door; there's no depth to anyone character. I did like the fancy restuarant scene where our lead character was dumped. I wanted more of the story like that. Even I solved the murder. Too predictable!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    This is first in the Tuscan Vineyard Cozy Mystery series. Our heroine quits her job in advertising when she realizes she has propelled an inferior wine into prominence. She escapes to Italy with a friend who has rented a villa in Tuscany for the summer. There she finds a job as assistant sommelier at a neighboring vineyard, and then gets involved in trying to solve the murder of the primary sommelier. She has a goal of starting a vineyard in Italy eventually. It's a fun story, but not terribly b This is first in the Tuscan Vineyard Cozy Mystery series. Our heroine quits her job in advertising when she realizes she has propelled an inferior wine into prominence. She escapes to Italy with a friend who has rented a villa in Tuscany for the summer. There she finds a job as assistant sommelier at a neighboring vineyard, and then gets involved in trying to solve the murder of the primary sommelier. She has a goal of starting a vineyard in Italy eventually. It's a fun story, but not terribly believable that she could become a sommelier with so little experience.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Jaeger

    I picked this up, expecting a mystery. What I got instead was a cute chick lit I could easily read while doing any number of household tasks (cooking, cleaning, helping my child understand the "new math." Once I realized the mystery piece was about 10% of the story, I relaxed into it and enjoyed it for what it was: an easy going light read that was as enjoyable as a glass of wine. I picked this up, expecting a mystery. What I got instead was a cute chick lit I could easily read while doing any number of household tasks (cooking, cleaning, helping my child understand the "new math." Once I realized the mystery piece was about 10% of the story, I relaxed into it and enjoyed it for what it was: an easy going light read that was as enjoyable as a glass of wine.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Prescott

    I got it because it was relatively short- 6+ hrs. It's 80% cozy and 20% mystery. Which is fine if that is what you are looking for. I wasn't, I was looking for the reverse, 80% mystery and 20% cozy, sigh. I might listen to another of the books by this author, but when I'm in a different mood. I got it because it was relatively short- 6+ hrs. It's 80% cozy and 20% mystery. Which is fine if that is what you are looking for. I wasn't, I was looking for the reverse, 80% mystery and 20% cozy, sigh. I might listen to another of the books by this author, but when I'm in a different mood.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cyndi

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have been listening to a lot of cozy mysteries lately. This one is especially terrible. I’m very sorry to say that however the main character who is supposedly in her mid-30s acts more like a spoiled 16-year-old with no idea of consequences for her actions. She’s an advertising exec in a huge advertising firm and she is given a promotion and decides instead to quit with no notice and no forethought as to what the ramifications would be. Yes she decides she’s the victim because her final payche I have been listening to a lot of cozy mysteries lately. This one is especially terrible. I’m very sorry to say that however the main character who is supposedly in her mid-30s acts more like a spoiled 16-year-old with no idea of consequences for her actions. She’s an advertising exec in a huge advertising firm and she is given a promotion and decides instead to quit with no notice and no forethought as to what the ramifications would be. Yes she decides she’s the victim because her final paycheck gets withheld. Read your contract girl! Obviously this author has never been in the corporate world. I could go on and on about the shallowness of the characters no development it seems like this was written maybe by a 16-year-old. Sorry not a fan.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    A major life upheaval, a visit/vacation to an exotic locale, and a little murder. Oh, and the potential for romance. Maybe. Olivia might not have had a plan when she quit her job on the fly and fled to Italy on a spur-of-the-moment getaway with her BFF, but things worked out for her. Well, except for the teeny little thing where almost everyone thought she'd killed someone. But that all worked out in the end, so there's that. Fun with a side order of lots of wine talk. Which kind of makes me want A major life upheaval, a visit/vacation to an exotic locale, and a little murder. Oh, and the potential for romance. Maybe. Olivia might not have had a plan when she quit her job on the fly and fled to Italy on a spur-of-the-moment getaway with her BFF, but things worked out for her. Well, except for the teeny little thing where almost everyone thought she'd killed someone. But that all worked out in the end, so there's that. Fun with a side order of lots of wine talk. Which kind of makes me want to experience a bottle in all its glory. -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  16. 5 out of 5

    Filip

    There is short start to corpse, there is long start to corpse, there is Agatha Christie start to corpse and then there is this book. While the murder occurring at around 50% mark can work, here it made the whole investigation - and the solution that followed - seem to be very rushed and unsatisfying. That said, the main characters and their story arcs were quite nice, the area was described in a bit idelized and romanticized but still delighful way and the story flowed quite nicely, with me not There is short start to corpse, there is long start to corpse, there is Agatha Christie start to corpse and then there is this book. While the murder occurring at around 50% mark can work, here it made the whole investigation - and the solution that followed - seem to be very rushed and unsatisfying. That said, the main characters and their story arcs were quite nice, the area was described in a bit idelized and romanticized but still delighful way and the story flowed quite nicely, with me not being bored in the slightest.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Genevieve Bomes

    A really good start to the series. This is a very well written story line. I very much liked Oliva and her friend Charlotte. I also like the love interest Marcello. The mystery though wasn't much to it. There didn't seem many clues to lead you to the suspect. That being said it was an easy quick well written book that I enjoyed a lot. A really good start to the series. This is a very well written story line. I very much liked Oliva and her friend Charlotte. I also like the love interest Marcello. The mystery though wasn't much to it. There didn't seem many clues to lead you to the suspect. That being said it was an easy quick well written book that I enjoyed a lot.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nina Reads

    Wonderfully terrible. The great reveal is quite memorable and I will be sharing this story for years to come. The main character is insufferable, the plot is predictable, and I wish there was more mystery. But, the ending was very satisfying, in that it made me laugh out loud.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Starting as a meandering tale ends up an engaging and entertaining plot with lotsa twists. A comfy sofa and a cozy blanket is all that is, otherwise, needed. Pleasantly narrated.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Barbara M Jenkinson

    very intriguing. I loved it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sara Lawson

    I really enjoyed Fiona Grace's Lacey Doyle mystery series, so when I saw BookSprout had an ARC available for review, I jumped at it. It was a fun story. Olivia, after being dumped by her boyfriend and abruptly quitting her job, decided to spend two weeks in Italy with her friend, Charlotte who was vacationing there for the summer. Dreaming about a new romance as well as making her own wine (her stateside job included a marketing campaign for a wine company), she interviews for a job she saw poste I really enjoyed Fiona Grace's Lacey Doyle mystery series, so when I saw BookSprout had an ARC available for review, I jumped at it. It was a fun story. Olivia, after being dumped by her boyfriend and abruptly quitting her job, decided to spend two weeks in Italy with her friend, Charlotte who was vacationing there for the summer. Dreaming about a new romance as well as making her own wine (her stateside job included a marketing campaign for a wine company), she interviews for a job she saw posted during a wine tasting. The sommelier tasked with training her is a jerk who makes her life there as miserable as he can. But she's instantly attracted to the company owner who seems to like her as well. Several days into the job, the sommelier is found dead in the wine cellar, nearly everyone at the company suspects her, and the police think she's the prime suspect. So she decided to become an amateur detective and solve the case herself. What I liked: The goat. Because of course, vineyards have goats. And this particular one is constantly following her home. It was hilarious. The childhood friends vacation. That was a fun change. Instead of running away by herself to drown her sorrows in wine and pizza (which they did have a lot of), she spends time with an old friend instead. Although on that note, why were they constantly eating pizza in Italy? There are so many other foods, I'd have wanted to try! Olivia and Charlotte trying to make their own wine from a recipe on the internet that they knew would be good because it had a lot of five-star reviews. I think you can picture this one for yourself. Bonus: I usually hate it when authors spend too much time telling their readers what the characters were thinking, but some of it was just too funny. Like when Olivia had the realization that she had no idea how to start investigating. I mean, we all knew that, but her self-realization made me laugh. What I was less happy with: Olivia's backstory was too similar to Lacey's. A break up with a significant other leads to a vacation in another country, which in turn leads to deciding to buy a home and stay in that country. And for good measure, the douchy exes decide to try to reconcile. Also, the moms are both controlling (in different ways) and unsupportive. Why were they always eating pizza? I'm serious. Is that what Americans eat when they go to Italy? The need for a romance. Learn to love being single for a minute. Especially since you just got out of a four-year relationship. I know, the romance didn't even get started in this book, but the need for one was unnecessary. Overall, this was a fun story. It made me laugh. It was a quick, easy read. And I am sure that I will be reading more of Fiona Grace's books in the future. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Madison

    I got this book for free as a kindle deal, and honestly I’m glad I didn’t spend any money on it. This book is the first in a cozy mystery series set in the vineyards of Tuscany. It’s a short book, coming in at only 197 pages, but I think that length did the story a disservice. The introduction of the main character and how she ends up in Tuscany honestly took way too long and then the crime that is the catalyst for the mystery part of the book doesn’t even take place until half way in. There’s s I got this book for free as a kindle deal, and honestly I’m glad I didn’t spend any money on it. This book is the first in a cozy mystery series set in the vineyards of Tuscany. It’s a short book, coming in at only 197 pages, but I think that length did the story a disservice. The introduction of the main character and how she ends up in Tuscany honestly took way too long and then the crime that is the catalyst for the mystery part of the book doesn’t even take place until half way in. There’s some half-hearted sleuthing and a little sprinkling of trying to figure out the clues, but the writing just felt disjointed and like it didn’t flow naturally. The killer just came out of nowhere and didn’t totally make sense. Then, once everything is finally revealed the book just abruptly ends with not a lot of set up for the next series. Honestly, I felt like I got whiplash reading this book with the sudden changes in direction with very little explanation. I also got the next book for free as a kindle deal, and I may read that one, but it’s not high on the priority list. If you’re looking for a new cozy mystery series, I think this one is safe to skip.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    A book has to be very special to earn a one-star review from me. Perhaps I should award it two stars because I did complete it, but the struggle was real. At 34, Olivia Glass is completely immature, naive, and irresponsible. Walking out on a high-paying career on a whim right before a major presentation, publicly quitting yet another job and threatening the boss, stealing evidence from her boss's office for no apparent reason--not the actions of someone I want to root for. Characters did not beh A book has to be very special to earn a one-star review from me. Perhaps I should award it two stars because I did complete it, but the struggle was real. At 34, Olivia Glass is completely immature, naive, and irresponsible. Walking out on a high-paying career on a whim right before a major presentation, publicly quitting yet another job and threatening the boss, stealing evidence from her boss's office for no apparent reason--not the actions of someone I want to root for. Characters did not behave logically nor did the author research anything except the basics of wine production and blending. You don't decide one night that because you love to drink wine, tomorrow you'll go to Tuscany to pursue a dream of becoming an independent vinter. There are also immigration issues to consider when getting a job in a foreign country, which was never mentioned. And what was the point of Charlotte's boyfriend, Patrick? The parade of horribles in this book marches on and on.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jill Demarco

    Why did I waste my time reading this book? The entire premise is like something a teenager would dream up. I mean, really, how does someone with absolutely no knowledge of wine get a job in Italy as an assistant sommelier right off the bat? Then find a dream farm and then feel like Italy is "home" for her? So insipid I almost gagged at that point. All of a sudden, she comes up with who the murderer was and how it all happened -- there was no real build-up of how she came to that conclusion or wh Why did I waste my time reading this book? The entire premise is like something a teenager would dream up. I mean, really, how does someone with absolutely no knowledge of wine get a job in Italy as an assistant sommelier right off the bat? Then find a dream farm and then feel like Italy is "home" for her? So insipid I almost gagged at that point. All of a sudden, she comes up with who the murderer was and how it all happened -- there was no real build-up of how she came to that conclusion or why. And THEN she becomes head sommelier! Geeze. So unbelievable -- and a disservice to those actually in the wine business. I can't recommend this book to anyone over 12 years old. The story is lame and the characters hollow.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lynette

    Reality check How do you have a dream, and not take time to find out what it takes to make it happen? Not once do you think too, oh I don't maybe study the language, take a few classes, research what is involved to make wine. For someone so intelligent she sure was lacking in common sense. I almost stopped at the first three chapters. Instead I jumped over a few chapters and finished the last three. Did she think her company was a good company or did she sell out? No need to read more in this ser Reality check How do you have a dream, and not take time to find out what it takes to make it happen? Not once do you think too, oh I don't maybe study the language, take a few classes, research what is involved to make wine. For someone so intelligent she sure was lacking in common sense. I almost stopped at the first three chapters. Instead I jumped over a few chapters and finished the last three. Did she think her company was a good company or did she sell out? No need to read more in this series..too unrealistic.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lena H.

    This was a pretty good romance novel. Cozy mystery? Not so much. The murder didn't take place until beyond that halfway point, the investigation started about 2/3 of the way through (though almost no investigation was done and no clues were gathered), and the murder was solved with a stroke of inspiration at the end. Nothing wrong with that in general, but I would classify it as a romance with a twist rather than as a cozy mystery. This was a pretty good romance novel. Cozy mystery? Not so much. The murder didn't take place until beyond that halfway point, the investigation started about 2/3 of the way through (though almost no investigation was done and no clues were gathered), and the murder was solved with a stroke of inspiration at the end. Nothing wrong with that in general, but I would classify it as a romance with a twist rather than as a cozy mystery.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    This cozy mystery struck so many must read cords; Wine making, tasting, drinking, landscape of Italy and of course the murder. Am looking forward to the Tuscan Vineyard #2 cozy mystery. My only confusion is how an American who neither speaks nor reads Italian can run a tasting section at an Italian winery?!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Avid

    Way too many holes for any murder to be solved, way too far fetched to be any where believed, too sappy, too needy, too dreamy, simply unrealistic the entire way. Perhaps the only portion I did find entertaining and DID look forward to and found great humor in throughout was the neverending scenes with the escape goat. He was by far the best entertainment of the book!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Virginia

    The plot and general story line are good but... the main character, Olivia, is just far too annoying and dumb. I had to push myself to finish the book, because Olivia's character is so annoying!! And just plain stupid! The plot and general story line are good but... the main character, Olivia, is just far too annoying and dumb. I had to push myself to finish the book, because Olivia's character is so annoying!! And just plain stupid!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Melodie

    I give this book 2 stars. I trudged through the first 21 chapters then finally skipped to the last two to see how it ended. It was slow and I thought the lead character was poorly written on many levels.

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