Saturday, March 26, 2016

Review: A Fool & His Monet by Sandra Orchard

A Fool & His Monet by Sandra Orchard was one of the funniest books I have read all year, if not the funniest. Serena Jones is a feisty, clever character dealing with the new adult life (something I can sympathize with), dealing with her job and her singleness. Of course, there are plenty of gentlemen who would help her with the latter, creating a proper love triangle between her, her apartment superintendent, and her old trainer (I’m team Tanner all the way!). As for her job, she gets herself embroiled in a heap of trouble trying to locate a Monet (and, of less and more forgettable importance, a Rijckaert). Then there’s her family…  Well, we all have those quirky relatives- but all her relatives are hilarious, especially her spinster aunt. The story was very enthralling as we followed Sandra in her attempt to unravel the mystery. Who stole the paintings? Who is stalking her? And who will she end up with?! This book is definitely a favorite and I recommend it to everyone. Looking forward to the sequel!

I received a copy for an honest review from Revell Publishing and the opinions are my own honest ones.

Reviewed by Jes

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