Friday, February 15, 2013

An Affair to Dismember

An Affair to Dismember by Elise Sax is one of those books where you find youself laughing out loud as you read it. I had a really good time reading this book It is one of those books that keeps you flipping to see what is going to happen next. 

Gladie Burger is a young lady that just hasn't found her niche in life yet. She does a lot of job hopping, until now. Her grandmother wants to groom her to take over her matchmaking business. Gladie isn't all that sure she is good at match making, after all she hasn't found her own match yet. While in training and trying to find the perfect couple to be her first match, Gladie gets mixed up with the kooky family next door. The man next door is dead, was it an accident or murder? Gladie finds herself in the mix of trying to solve what could be a murder, when bodies stop showing up other places. Not only is she in over her head trying to solve what she thinks might be a murder she meets the HOT new Police Chief, Spencer Bolton . Sparks fly with these two, their attracted to each other but can't help but bicker. She also meets the HOT new neighbor Arthur Holden. Wow in the course of the week Gladie gets herself into a lot of sticky situations where these two hunks take turns coming to her rescue. 

I loved watching Gladie get herself into one mess after another in try to get herself out. It's going to be fun to read the next book in the series to see which handsome hunk Gladie spends time with. With these two hunks it's going to be a tough choice. The police Chief Spencer is a man that finds his way around town with the women and has already gotten a reputation of it. Arthur Holden is a complete mystery to all but their is a serious number of rumors floating around as to what he might do for a living. 

If you like a good mystery with a small amount of romantic encounters thrown in I think you'll enjoy this book. I know I myself can't wait to read the next book in the series to see what kind of trouble Gladie can find herself in next. 

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