A Good Day for Chardonnay. A mini review.

A Good Day for Chardonnay

By Darynda Jones

Rating: 4/5 Stairs

Which starts like this:

Sunshine stared into her cup of coffee as though it were a witch’s cauldron, a window revealing all the ways she could kill her parents. Their deaths would be slow and methodical and painful. Much like the date she was on now.

A Good Day for Chardonnay

The second in the Sunshine Vicram series, A Good Day for Chardonnay picks up where the first left off. Sunshine is the Sheriff of Del Sol. Still trying to fill in her memories and figure out who abducted her when she was seventeen. And still lusting after Levi, while trying to determine out if he’s really a hero or a villain in her story. Honestly, I would recommend starting with the first book, A Bad Day for Sunshine before diving into this second outing.

Sunshine has her hands full when a bar fight turns into a much bigger mystery. Not to mention her teenage daughter working on the side to try and solve a possible serial killer cold case found in her grandparent’s attic. As with the first book, the story is full of humor, twists and turns, and romance. Hang on for a wild ride.

I listened to the audio book, and the narrator (Lorelei King) is fantastic. If you’re a fan of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series, you’ve heard her work. As always, she does a great job voicing the characters, and provides the right amount of sarcasm and sass that oozes through this book.

Many thanks to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of both the ebook and the audiobook for review.

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