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Night of the Living Dandelion (Flower Shop Mystery Series #11)

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  • Posted April 17, 2011

    Dandelion=weed=bad

    It hurts me to say this, as I have thoroughly enjoyed all the other books in this series, but this one is a stinker. As a reader who enjoys paranormal and science fiction I can generally suspend my disbelief to accept storylines that are implausible to the real world-but this was just ridiculous. An entire conservative small town populace believes that a man is a vampire within days? And while Jillian's antics usually are a hoot, her behavior in this book begs for medical/psychological intervention (yes, I know there is a reason given for her actions, but it is weak reasoning to say the least). I am looking forward to the next book, one bad book in the series won't make me turn away from a good character, but this is one I regret buying instead of borrowing from the library.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2014

    This was the first book that I read by this author...and I was v

    This was the first book that I read by this author...and I was very disappointed. Within the first few chapters one of the characters name was changed from Claymore to Clayton. Tara is her 13 yr old niece by her younger brother, but the main character is only 27 yrs old. That would have made her younger brother have his kid at the oldest 13 yrs old. There really wasn't thought put into that aspect

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