Three to Get Lei'd (Tiki Goddess Mystery Series #3)

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A jigger of tranquility is all Em Johnson wants, but now that her beloved Tiki Goddess Bar has been chosen as the location for Trouble in Paradise, TV's hot new reality show, life is anything but tranquil. When a member of the camera crew is found dead in her kitchen-stabbed to death with Chef Kimo's sashimi knife-the scene on the sleepy North Shore of Kauai goes from eccentrically crazy to downright dangerous. Suspects lurk behind every paper drink umbrella.

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A jigger of tranquility is all Em Johnson wants, but now that her beloved Tiki Goddess Bar has been chosen as the location for Trouble in Paradise, TV's hot new reality show, life is anything but tranquil. When a member of the camera crew is found dead in her kitchen-stabbed to death with Chef Kimo's sashimi knife-the scene on the sleepy North Shore of Kauai goes from eccentrically crazy to downright dangerous. Suspects lurk behind every paper drink umbrella.

It's not enough that Chef Kimo is the number one suspect or that the life's-a-party Hula Maidens nearly burn down the place while dancing the hula with flaming coconuts. Em still has to deal with her Uncle Louie's wedding to The Black Widow-until his fianceƩ's Mercedes plunges into the Pacific. Roland Sharpe, a handsome, Hawaiian, fire-dancing detective, warns the locals not to interfere, but Em and the madcap Maidens can't help themselves and soon wind up knee deep in danger again. Can the irrepressible troupe solve three murders before the champagne goes flat?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611942880
  • Publisher: BelleBooks
  • Publication date: 5/24/2013
  • Series: Tiki Goddess Mystery Series , #3
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 439,842
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2013

    I LOVE the Tiki Goddess series!

    Ok, I'm probably not her target audience (mid-50's male), my wife is probably more who she is going for. However I LOVE the Tiki Goddess series of books, I've read all three and anxiously await the fourth. My only complaint is they are done too quickly! They are about half the length of books I usually read (Dan Brown, Clive Cussler, Ludlum, Flynn, etc).

    The characters are all lovable, the plots are nicely done, and the Hawaii culture (which is why I first read one) all add up to an enjoyable read!! Perfect vacation book and I intended to wait until we were on our way to Maui to read it, but I couldn't wait! Glad I didn't, it's a little vacation in itself.

    For people who are expecting non-stop action or shoot outs etc. this isn't for you, it's a fun, entertaining read.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 27, 2013

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    The third in the Tiki Goddess mystery series featuring Em Johnso

    The third in the Tiki Goddess mystery series featuring Em Johnson and those crazy Hula Maidens doesn't disappoint. Lots of mystery, suspense, humor and a little romance keep the story moving from page one. The final, climactic scene isn't to be missed. For those who haven't discovered this wonderful cozy mystery series, check out the author's first offering, "Mai Tai One On."

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2013

    Fun. Fun. Fun.

    The nutty Hula Maidens and crew at the Tiki Goddess do not disappoint in their third outing! Just like in the two previous installments, good intentions and hare brained schemes keep the ladies rolling.... and the reader entertained. ...wjj

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2013

    highly recommend

    Fun book

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    Posted October 14, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2013

    Hilarious read!

    If you enjoyed the first two books in this series, then you won't be disappointed with this one. It is so funny how the maidens and Em continue to get in such messes!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2013

    Can't wait for the next one

    Just as good as the last two. Waiting for number 4 already./
    Like the recipes at the end.

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

    MY Review: Three to Get Lei'd A Tiki Goddess Mystery book 3 4 s

    MY Review: Three to Get Lei'd A Tiki Goddess Mystery book 3

    4 stars

    This is a cozy mystery that will have you smiling and laughing along the way throughout the book. The characters are crazy, feisty and loveable. The plot keeps you guessing for most of it. It is full of bar drinks and most of the action takes place in the bar on Hawaii's north shore. I would enjoy reading the first two books of this series sometime.
    I don't drink, and have never been into a bar so the drink talk I have no idea but I think I would watch the reality show.

    The Tiki Goddess Bar has its own reality show Trouble in Paradise. They also have their own Hula dancers in the Hula Maidens. They are enjoying the fame. The Hula maidens are not very good and they are all senior citizens the oldest is 92 and wants to be called Cougar.
    The Hula Maidens are a feisty group of ladies, They are enjoying their fame and their high number facebook likes and friends. They support each other with their troubles and it is hard to keep secrets from them.
    Uncle Louie is the owner of Tiki Goddess and is getting ready to marry again to Marilyn. Marilyn used to be a Hula Maiden but left the group. Marilyn is feuding with one of the dancers Kiki.
    Kiki is married to the Chef Kimo. Who hates the cameras in his kitchen and in his way.
    Em has come to help her Uncle Louie manage the Tiki Goddess after her divorce that left her broke and alone. She does not like the reality show and how crazy it has made the bar. It has brought in a lot more business.
    Then the newest cameraman was found dead in the kitchen with the chef's knife in him and The chef had left in a hurry right before the body was found. Now Kimo is the prime suspect in the murder.
    Then before long another murder is committed. Em is worried about Kimo and Kiki and her Uncle Louie. She starts asking questions and tries to help.
    Detective Roland does not want Em to look into things. She got in trouble last time she tried to help him. Roland does ask her out though.
    If you like mysteries, laughter at outrageous over the top fun then read Three to get Lei'd and enjoy.
    I was given this ebook to read and asked in return to give honest review of it by Netgalley and BelleBooks.
    06/10/2013 PUB BelleBooks BellBridgeBooks 272 pages

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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