Oblivious

Oblivious

by Cyndia Depre
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Oblivious 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Oblivious seems to be a good word to describe Olivia. She is a quirky character. She won¿t sleep with a man unless she¿s married to him, so she¿s been married and divorced three times. She does acts of goodness for her fellow townspeople but doesn¿t want anyone to know. She¿s almost child-like. But there is more to Olivia than what one may see at first glance. When a murder happens in her town, Olivia decides to try to solve the mystery. She uses her instincts and her good luck to investigate. She is helped by Josie, her best friend, and Tucker, the new to town man who falls for her. This is a decent mystery with good twists and turns. There is humor in this book as well since Olivia is a funny character¿even though sometimes readers may be laughing more at her than with her. I gave this book a 4/5 rating.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Olivia Chatham ,wanna-be private eye, keeps one smiling and laughing with her quirky, loveable ways. Tucker Monroe is mystified by such an adorable woman¿is she for real? Tucker Monroe attends Olivia¿s parents Christmas Party with Cheryl Meckenberg. Later that night she is found murdered. Olivia is determined to solve the murder¿much to the dismay of the police department. Her best friend Josie Bookman, elegant and beautiful , pries information from Sheriff Eugene, and finds a great attraction to him. As the clues to the murder evolve, so does the relationship between Olivia and Tucker. Oblivious is sure to keep a smile on your face and possibly give you a laugh or two. It is refreshing to find a ¿clean¿ book of this quality. The characters are well-developed and likable. Oblivious is like a ¿Snickers¿ candy bar you enjoy reading it and wish there were more. Excellent reading! I look forward to the next installment.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Olivia Chatham is loved by everyone in town. She believes she was born luck, and she bestows that luck on others in town. She helps them with whatever they need. She just does it in a way they don't feel like it's charity. Recently she moved back in with her parents in Chatham. The town was named after one of her great grandfathers. A murder shocks the small town. Olivia sets out to help. She meets Tucker Monroe, a stranger who recently arrived in town. He chose the town to get away from a bad romance. He likes the small town. Olivia turns out to be part of his alibi, and they begin working together to try to solve the crime. Olivia's best friend Josie helps as well. She gets close to Ben, a policeman, to get information, and soon a romance develops. Tucker has his work cut out for him trying to keep Olivia safe. She is very trusting and naïve and the killer uses that to his advantage. This is a cute cozy mystery with a very likeable protagonist. I really enjoyed it. Olivia's simplicity sometimes surprised me, but in the end she is just such a great character you can't help but love her. Tucker is fabulous, too. They work really well together, too. I enjoyed their interactions and learning about each other. Josie is a great best friend. She is a big help in the investigation as well. Her worldly knowledge helps Olivia through some of the sticky parts she doesn't understand. I highly recommend this book and look forward to many more adventures.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Don't think, buy this one fast! it's a great read and you'll be one of the few who could say, I've been reading Cyndia Depre from the beginning. I guarantee this gal is going places, and will outdo any of her alphabetically or numerically inspired peers (I love Sue Grafton and Janet Evanovich and if you do you'll love Cyndia Depre). Oblivious has mystery, romance, and humor, all wrapped up in a portrait of small town life that leaves you literally begging for more. Give it an A+ from me!