Free ↠ Skating Around the Law (Rebecca Robbins, #1) By Joelle Charbonneau – Buyphenergan500.us

Skating Around the Law (Rebecca Robbins, #1) Rebecca Robbins Is A Woman On A Mission To Sell The Roller Rink She Inherited From Her Mother And Get Back To Chicago Fast However, When She Discovers The Dead Body Of The Town S Handyman Headfirst In A Rink Toilet, Potential Buyers Are Scared Off Now Rebecca Is Stuck In A Small Town Where Her Former Neighbors Think She Doesn T Belong, Living With Her Scarily Frisky Grandfather, Pop, And Relying On A Police Department That S Better At Gardening Than Solving Crimes.Eager To Move Forward With Her Life, Rebecca Begins Investigating The Murder Herself, Reluctantly Accepting Help From Pop And His Extensive Social Network, Which Includes A Handsome Veterinarian And A Former Circus Camel Named Elwood Nevertheless, Someone Isn T Happy She S Looking Into The Case, And Their Threats Will Have Her Questioning Whether Playing Sleuth Was Such A Good Idea After All.Joelle Charbonneau S Debut Is A Sheer Delight A Laugh Out Loud Mystery With Plenty Of Heart.

Free ↠ Skating Around the Law (Rebecca Robbins, #1)  By Joelle Charbonneau – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Hardcover
  • 274 pages
  • Skating Around the Law (Rebecca Robbins, #1)
  • Joelle Charbonneau
  • English
  • 10 January 2018
  • 031262980X

    10 thoughts on “Free ↠ Skating Around the Law (Rebecca Robbins, #1) By Joelle Charbonneau – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    A fluffy, cute mystery I don t like the dreamy veterinarian if a guy treated me that way, forget it RE READ OCTOBER 21, 2014I remember correctly the love interest veterinarian Lionel Franklin is a putz I don t like him When I read the book this time, I kept careful track of how many times I told him to go flip himself OF TIMES CARMEN TOLD LIONEL TO GO FLIP HIMSELF 9I can t believe the main character puts up with this crap Well, actually I can, since she seems a little Hmmm, A fluffy, cute mystery I don t like the dreamy veterinarian if a guy treated me that way, forget it RE READ OCTOBER 21, 2014I remember correctly the love interest veterinarian Lionel Franklin is a putz I don t like him When I read the book this time, I kept careful track of how many times I told him to go flip himself OF TIMES CARMEN TOLD LIONEL TO GO FLIP HIMSELF 9I can t believe the main character puts up with this crap Well, actually I can, since she seems a little Hmmm, I don t want to say ditzy because I feel like that s mean But she definitely acts in ways that would never even occur to most...


  2. says:

    I was surprised to find that this is Joelle Charbonneau s debut novel, because it s one enjoyable read Skating Around the Law has a great balance of characters, humour, romance and mystery the fact that nothing feels forced or overdone is probably what I liked most about it.A great deal of enjoyment was the result of Rebecca, who is a likeable heroine, and while she follows the general vein of amateur detectives, I love her awareness and common sense She s a reluctant detective, investigating I was surprised to find that this is Joelle Charbonneau s debut novel, because it s one enjoyable read Skating Around the Law has a great balance of characters, humour, romance and mystery the fact that nothing feels forced or overdone is probably what I liked most about it.A great deal of enjoyment was the result of Rebecca, who is a likeable heroine, and while she follows the general vein of amateur detectives, I love her awareness and common sense She s a reluctant detective, investigating because murder has happened on her property and the policemen are ineffective Rebecca clearly knows her limitations, and while she might cross a few lines, she s sensible enough to try and avoid it next time That s one issue I have noticed about many other female amateur detectives they seem to investigate because they simply cannot mind their own business and leave the work to perfectly competent po...


  3. says:

    Review from Backchatting BooksRebecca Robbins wanted to sell the family roller skating rink and get back to her job as a mortgage broker when a local guy, Mack, is found dead at her rink She decides to solve the case as an unsolved murder is a turn off for buyers and the local police are too incompetent.Rebecca s investigation strategies are pretty simple I had no problem with her wearing skin tight or revealing clothes and flirting to get information but I did wonder why she chose to repeat e Review from Backchatting BooksRebecca Robbins wanted to sell the family roller skating rink and get back to her job as a mortgage broker when a local guy, Mack, is found dead at her rink She decides to solve the case as an unsolved murder is a turn off for buyers and the local police are too incompetent.Rebecca s investigation strategies are pretty simple I had no problem with her wearing skin tight or revealing clothes and flirting to get information but I did wonder why she chose to repeat everything she had discovered to the camel owning veterinarian Dr Lionel Franklin She even says at one point just because Lionel was hot didn t mean he was trustworthy logical but can t help herself especially when he offers her an c...


  4. says:

    Charbonneau s first mystery has vivid, quirky characters, sparkly dialogue, and a feisty voice that carries the story along well Rebecca Robbins inherits a small town roller skating rink from her mother and plans to sell it so she can return to her job as a Chicago mortgage broker, in spite of her boss, who thinks she s his girlfriend Unfortunately, Mack, the local handyman, is found dead in the bathroom of the rink, and the police consider the rink a crime scene, so Rebecca can t sell the pl Charbonneau s first mystery has vivid, quirky characters, sparkly dialogue, and a feisty voice that carries the story along well Rebecca Robbins inherits a small town roller skating rink from her mother and plans to sell it so she can return to her job as a Chicago mortgage broker, in spite of her boss, who thinks she s his girlfriend Unfortunately, Mack, the local handyman, is found dead in the bathroom of the rink, and the police consider the rink a crime scene, so Rebecca can t sell the place until the crime is solved Since the local police have the collective ambition and intelligence of a carrot, she realizes that she will have to solve the crime herself She has no suspects, but the cast of supporting characters give her lots of support and the story lots of color In no time, she becomes the chaperone for her libidinous grandfather, who is actively pursued by a whole army ...


  5. says:

    A friend of mine recommended this author to me as we have a mutual love of the show Castle and the author is a friend of hers that self published her first two books I will say this, I love anyone who can write and is resourceful enough to pursuit publishing This is a light, easy murder mystery with a colorful cast of characters including a hat wearing camel and some interesting, keeps you guessing turns I like that it is set in small town Illinois, with references to Chicago I read some A friend of mine recommended this author to me as we have a mutual love of the show Castle and the author is a friend of hers that self published her first two books I will say this, I love anyone who can write and is resou...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Rebecca returns home to sell the skating rink she inherited from her mother When a local man is found dead in the rink, she can t sell it until the murderer is found Since the law isn t very fast or competent, she sets out to find the killer herself.The book has some very fun...


  7. says:

    Silly Our heroine isinterested in hooking up with the hunky large animal vet than in finding out how the dead guy ended up in the toilet of her roller rink, thus ending any possibility of selling it in a small farm town west south...


  8. says:

    Probably would have moved faster if I had time to getinto it but overall it was alright Wondering if there will be a sequel series I d be interested in readingabout Pops, Lionel, Rebecca Elwood Rated it as OK because I felt that it got a little distracted and random at some points.


  9. says:

    Loved this book Very much a Stephanie Plum feel to the book Had a wonderful cast of characters including the animals Fun story line, really enjoyable to read Little suspense at the end and a good love story what s not to like Can t wait for the next book


  10. says:

    An irritating mystery, redeemed only by the presence of several cats and a scene stealing camel.

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