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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Apr 27 2020 : 10:38:09 AM
Has anyone read the Domestic Diva Mystery series? I came across the books because the Author has my name! She also has a Paws and Claws Mystery Series. They sound interesting and good, but I wanted to check and see if anyone here had read the series and had any input before I order the first books.

Krista
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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Aug 19 2020 : 9:44:09 PM
Jean, thank you so much for the input. I am very new to digital reading, so Iím still trying to navigate myself around and figure things out. Also thank you for the series suggestion. I will look that one up and see what itís about.

Krista
JeanP Posted - Aug 17 2020 : 2:37:01 PM
Hi Krista --
Well if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited, you must have a regular Kindle account. So there is no need to buy hard copies, you can get the books cheaper on Kindle. I checked to see if they were "loanable" but unfortunately this series is not. Having Kindle Unlimited, you might want to check out the Jean Grainger books there. They are delightful reads. I have read several, but I would recommend that you start with "The Tour" series. Re the Diva books, I suppose they could be read as standalones, but I think reading them in order would be better because even though each one presents an individual mystery, the family issues are ongoing. Happy reading.

jean
JeanP Posted - Aug 17 2020 : 2:35:19 PM
Hi Krista --
Well if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited, you must have a regular Kindle account. So there is no need to buy hard copies, you can get the books cheaper on Kindle. I checked to see if they were "loanable" but unfortunately this series is not. Having Kindle Unlimited, you might want to check out the Jean Grainger books there. They are delightful reads. I have read several, but I would recommend that you start with "The Tour" series. Re the Diva books, I suppose they could be read as standalones, but I think reading them in order would be better because even though each one presents an individual mystery, the family issues are ongoing. Happy reading.

jean
MaryJanesNiece Posted - Aug 17 2020 : 1:43:56 PM
Thank you for the feedback Jean. I just recently got Kindle Unlimited but these books are not free on there. So Iím debating on purchasing an actual hard copy. Do you feel the books need to be read in order?

Krista
JeanP Posted - Aug 15 2020 : 12:12:01 PM
Krista, et al . . . .
Just starting on book 4. The books are fun light reads. Mysterious mayhem, yummy food with recipes, dysfunctional families, quicky decorating and craft ideas, kooky pets, and a wee bit of romance . . . all piled onto Sophie, the protagonist's, lap. We need to invite her to join the Sisterhood -- she needs us.
jean
MaryJanesNiece Posted - Jul 22 2020 : 1:14:08 PM
Denise, that I am not sure of. I personally was intending on starting with book one. So I wasnít worried about that.

Krista
levisgrammy Posted - Jul 20 2020 : 1:21:17 PM
Do these books build on one another or are they stand alone books? Just wondering where to start.

~Denise
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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Jul 20 2020 : 12:19:00 PM
Jean, I still havenít ordered mine yet. Itís still on my to do list. Let me know what you think once you start.

Denise, if you read one before I do, let me know what you think!

Krista
levisgrammy Posted - Jul 20 2020 : 06:15:28 AM
Krista,
I've not heard of these books. Will have to check into them.

Shirley,
I have all of Jennifer Chiaverini's quilting series books. I really enjoyed them.

~Denise
Sister #43~1/18/2007

"Home is where we find comfort, security, memories, friendship, hospitality, and above all, family. It is the place that deserves our commitment and loyalty." William J. Bennett

"Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path." Psalm 119:105

http://www.ladybugsandlilacs.blogspot.com/
JeanP Posted - Jul 19 2020 : 6:55:35 PM
I just ordered the first Diva mystery on my Kindle . . . I see there are 13 in the series. That should keep me busy for a while . . . in between the Jean Grainger books.
jean
MaryJanesNiece Posted - Jun 08 2020 : 12:25:22 PM
Shirley, no worries! Iím happy to share with you!

Dawn, thank you for the input. I need to place an Amazon order, so I think I will order the first one and give it a try.

Krista
ddmashayekhi Posted - Jun 06 2020 : 1:39:49 PM
I have read several books from this series. On the whole they are pretty good although I did get tired of the Sophie (main character) competing with her childhood nemesis (Natasha) after several books. Still for this genre, they are fun to read without the bad language and graphic details. Try the first one and see if you like it, there's quite a few in the series. Enjoy reading!

Dawn in IL

Roses are red, violets are blue, even 6 feet away I still miss you!
Nana Shirl Posted - Jun 06 2020 : 1:21:28 PM
Sorry Krista..I am not good at this as you can tell..lol.I forgot to start a new topic..#128580;sorry.

You can't get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~C.S. Lewis
Nana Shirl Posted - Jun 06 2020 : 1:19:57 PM
Sorry Krista..I am not good at this as you can tell..lol.I forgot to start a new topic..#128580;sorry.

You can't get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~C.S. Lewis
Nana Shirl Posted - Jun 06 2020 : 1:05:03 PM
It's been awhile...just read one of Jennifer Chaiverninis books from her quilt series The Quilters Apprentice..wondering if anyone else has read the series..I enjoyed the 1st book..don't knowhow I came by it...and of course with all this virus..I haven't looked for the other books, like at thrift stores etc..Any feed back would be nice thank you..hope all are surviving this hubbub called life right now..

You can't get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~C.S. Lewis

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