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GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Honest CommunicationOctober 10, 2019GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I remember reading one or two Nancy Drew mysteries when I was much younger. I can't say that I recall enjoying them as much as I am enjoying The CafFUNnated Mysteries by Angela Ruth Strong. For starters, these stories have so much quirky humor that they are fun to read. OK, maybe some of it is corny but I suppose I have always had a thing for corny humor. However, just the interactions between the various characters at times lead to humorous situations aside from the funny comments they make. One of the greatest features of this story involves the lessons about communications. Quite interestingly, the first lesson is shared by the pastor in a funeral message as he talked about how the deceased had learned to communicate with God. The leading characters are Marissa and Connor, and Tandy and Greg. Man, do they ever need to learn how to communicate, especially as couples. Marissa considers herself somewhat of a Nancy Drew type as witnessed in the first book. Other than being quite inquisitive and possibly having an overactive imagination, I wouldn't take the comparison much further. Marissa will never be nicknamed Grace, except in derision. She falls over her own feet. And I keep wondering why she would be working in her tearoom wearing stilettos. I would vote for the snow boots that Connor gave her, particularly when outdoors, but she was even safer wearing them indoors. I think most readers will get an interesting surprise as the book draws to a close. I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher. This is my honest review. All opinions are strictly my own.
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