Gangs, Illegals, and a Rose Tattoo: a Lilly M. Mystery

Gangs, Illegals, and a Rose Tattoo: a Lilly M. Mystery

by Kathryn Long

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Gangs, Illegals, and a Rose Tattoo: A Lilly M. Mystery 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaining book full of interesting characters and scenarios. Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has 634 pages and was better edited than the others have been. Lily has even turned out to be a better fur baby mama, then she was before. This book was really cheesy. The parts which were supossed to be funny were stupid. It has turned into a Janet Evanovich wanna be. Two men, one a cop, one a latino, wacky family. Gun toting aunt instead of a grandma. A down on her luck investigator, may as well be be a PI, A dog, things blowing up. Sound familar? Lily can not choose between the two men. I will not be reading more by this author. I would not have read this one, if I realized which series it was, when I paid .99 for it. Chick lit, lots of sex talk, no sex. No cursing, this one is based on Mexican mafia, has lots of sterotypes and drug smuggling, missing boy. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Even more entertaining with romance trouble for Lilly .... hmm ... who will she choose?
CholaMama More than 1 year ago
I really wish I would have seen the review someone else left giving this an EXTREMELY generous 3 star review. THis has got to be one of the worst "books" I have ever read. Maybe the .99 cent price tag should have tipped me off. Sadly it didn't. There are an unacceptable amount of typos, misuse of language and just bad writing in general. Isn't the author supposed to be a retired teacher? Also, just a tip, if you plan on writing on the premise of students and love interest being Spanish speakers - run it by someone who actually speaks Spanish. I am just astonished that this has even seen the light of  an eReader or computer monitor. It was so bad that I finished reading just to find more errors. I also had no idea this was the second part of a series. If you like stereotypes, bad writing, non-stop rambling, and predictable plots at every turn, then by all means waste your dollar.