The Second Installment to a Fantastic Series!

dali-comps.inddThe second “Serena Jones Mystery” has finally been released to all the patiently waiting fans of “A Fool and His Monet” (book 1 in the series). “Another Day, Another Dali”, written by Sandra Orchard and published by Revell, contains all the charm, wit, and subtle romance of the first book, but is a completely new adventure for Serena and her hilarious band of family, friends, and would-be-suitors. If you enjoy cozy mysteries, comedic romance, and writing that brings each scene to life with clarity, “Serena Jones Mysteries” are the books for you…

“Another Day, Another Dali” picks up shortly after “A Fool and His Monet” leaves off. FBI Special Agent Serena Jones finds herself in the middle of attempting to solve a forged painting crime at the request of her demanding and, well, rather demeaning grandmother – but the clues quickly begin pointing in a direction that can only spell trouble. Meanwhile, carrying on from the previous book, two charming young men vie (in often hilarious ways) for Serena’s favor. Frustratingly, Serena continues to remain (mostly) oblivious to this fact… As Sandra Orchard mentions in the notes at the end of her story, readers are still invited to vote for who THEY think Serena should date, and she promises that the results she has received so far will “shape Serena’s destiny moving forward”. I know who I’m voting for, and I’m sure you will too after finishing this delightful story! The only problem I can see (apart from some very mild comments that could possibly be labeled as unsuitable for Christian Fiction) is that it ended far too soon, and the wait is far too long for the next book to be released in the summer of 2017…

I am grateful to have received a copy of this book from Revell Reads, free of charge, in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.


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