The title of this episode is perfect for me as I have truly formed an obseesion for the four Roseland sisters and Mr. Finch. Not to mention Euclid and Circe of the feline family.
Someone is running around a neighboring town to Sweet Cove to detonate bombs in unsuspecting homes. At first, the police can't figure out a connection between the victims, so the sisters are asked to aide their efforts to bring the culprit to justice.
It is a harrowing situation as more bombs explode and safety is of paramount concern. Especially keeping twins, Angie and Jenna safe as they carry their unborn twins.
This book is a true cozy and draws you into the lives of the Roseland sisters. Bountiful recipes are included and just an overwhelming sense of peace surrounds each page. Don't be fooled though as Ms. Whiting is expert at writing action scenes that have you gasping.
I eagerly await the next episode. As I stated at the beginning, Sweet Cove mysteries have become a Sweet Obsession to me.
I love the Sweet Cove mysteries! I recommend starting at the beginning of the series and enjoying every minute of the character development.
In Sweet Obsession, a bomber is on the loose and the sisters are helping Chief Martin & a neighboring police deal track down the criminal. The books are fast paced and full of love, family, humor , cats and mystery! I enjoy seeing the relationship between the sisters grow even stronger. I wonder when Ellie, the youngest sister, will begin to use her "gifts"?
Easy reading. Funny charming little town. Good friends and family working and living together. Mystery, murder , mayhem. Strength, good fortune, love and paranormal skills. Two wonderful cats. I really do like this author. . I have read all of the sweet cove. All of the Lin Coffins waiting for a new one, and now her new series- Colors.
Enjoying the series. I just wish that the couples would remain childless because quite honestly I do not like kids and I don't know how this will affect the mystery and story dynamic. Its bad enough that the author has to struggle to get all the characters to show up in the story as if she feels that each one needs a line or two when they don't and she has made the cats less and less of importance but I'd really be pissed if we had to make room for damn kids. I will read the next which I think is number 17 but after that I don't think I can handle it. The author also seems to be unable to decide how to handle her characters as she struggles to make them interesting and growing and still trying to serve us up a good mystery.
The author did not disappoint me. I love this series and hope she can continue with it. So many in less possibilities in story lines. I could hardly put this book down. The story flowed from the start to the finish. I wish I could visit the Victorian. It sounds so inviting. I'm looking forward to number 17, if there is going to be one. I hope so.
Another great book with the sisters and their friends. I enjoyed this book very much. Can’t wait to read the next one with this loving family. Held my interest from beginning to end. Looking forward to learning more about Angie, Jenna and their growing families. Great job. 😊😊😊👍👍👍
You have created another wonderful mystery. I must say that with all the stealing going on from porches, in my area, this book hits close to home. While stealing isn't what the mystery man is doing, he is still invading our space. Another hit that everyone should read soon.
I’ve read all the books in this series and-they’ve all been good...including this one. Unlike a lot of series..the stories stay fresh and new. You don’t have to have read the rest to understand and enjoy this one. A definite 5