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A Dirty Shame: A J.J. Graves Mystery, by Liliana Hart

jadeshea's review against another edition

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4.0

The second book in the J.J. Graves Mystery series begins when J.J. comes back to town and literally stumbles upon a dead body. This horrible murder is one of the worst she's ever seen, and she's seen a whole lot. Not only is she jumping right back into the frying pan, she's also going to have to deal with all of the rumors going around, and of how Jack is going to handle things with her being there again. Jack was hurt when she left before, but he understood, now J.J. is going to have to figure out what she feels for him, and try to solve this murder before things start to get a little out of hand.

This one was extremely good! It had all of the suspense as the first one, but it also had more in depth stuff about J.J. and Jack. I really like where the author is going with them, and I can not wait to read more. This is truly a very great mystery, filled with awesome suspense, a beautiful romance, and more.

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5.0

This was a great book that moved along quickly and had the right amount of mystery, action, and romance! This is the second in the series and did not let me down from the first one. It's interesting to see how J.J. Graves goes through the motions and steps and the author does a good job of making you feel what JJ feels as she goes through it all. Can't wait to read the third! Favorite funny line in the book was "What happened to sowing your wild oats?" "They've been sowed. I have a lovely patchwork quilt to show for it." Made me laugh so hard!

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4.0

So happy for JJ and Jack. They are a great couple and I love their banter!!!!
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