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Hailey is right in the thick of things---again! The usual characters (Hailey, Co-worker Mike, friend Kat, and Mom) are joined with a couple characters we have met in other books, and a whole flock of bridesmaids. What starts as a chance meeting in a bar ends with Hailey having a target on her back. The author has done a great job of infusing fun into a nightmare featuring Hailey and a mystery attacker. A great balance of tension and terror with humor. Even Hailey's mom is more fun than usual.
This is a fun series with a heroine who might like to lean on a friend when times get tough, but is determined and quick thinking enough to get out of her own scrapes. I love the series and am already thinking about what's coming next!
Hailey has the worst (or maybe best) luck when it comes to being in the thick of things. She is also amazingly efficient at protecting herself on accident. I like the slow burn relationship possibly building between our h and H. Loved the book and looking forward to next in series. Humorous mysteries, no cursing or steamy scenes. Told from h POV. No cliffhanger.
In this third book Deany Ray takes us on a journey with Hailey Webb as Hailey takes on life and death situations - from managing family relationships to fighting off a killer! And which one is more challenging? It’s a fast paced fun who done it which keeps you guessing.... Thanks Deany for a great read - looking forward to the next Hailey Webb adventure. I received an arc of this book and this is my honest review.
Hailey Webb is just getting her life back on track after her fiancé cheated. She likes her new job at the Palm Shores Gazette. Plus she has warm, fuzzy feelings for Mike, their crime reporter. Unfortunately a fun night night out turns deadly. A masked man tries to strangle her. Or was it a case of mistaken identity? Did he want to kill the giddy bride-to-be? I was glad Mike is protective. She needs him there to help her find answers. The threat won't go away! Mike and Hailey make an awesome team. Plus sparks fly when they're together. Off Target has so many surprises that I couldn't stop reading. I had no idea who was behind these attempts. I loved how Hailey and her mother bonded over a French cooking class. It was a pure Lucy and Ethel experience. I couldn't stop laughing. Deany Ray has outdone herself. This book has it all - a great mystery, a touch of romance and plenty of humor. A perfect way to unwind!
Ray has another action-packed, twisty-turny adventure for our intrepid heroine in book three of the Hailey Webb Mysteries. This time we have a case of mistaken identity. Or do we?
We can trust Hailey - with her intrepid sidekicks Kar & Mike - to dig through the rat's nest of relationships and secrets to get to the bottom of things in the nick of time.
Ray has crafted believable, multi-faceted characters here, but I think my favourite of them all is Hailey's mom - and as a mom of adults myself, I'm glad to see that perhaps the contentious relationship between these two seems to finally be settling into something - dare I say - almost amicable. While I always look forward to a new Hailey Webb adventure, I look forward to seeing more of the emerging closeness between these two characters more.
[I was fortunate to receive an Advance Reader's Copy of the book from the author, with no obligation to review. All opinions expressed herein are given freely and are entirely my own.]
While playfully wearing a wedding veil after meeting some new friends at a bachelorette party, Hailey Webb goes to the restroom of the nightclub when someone tries to strangle her. Gasping for air Hailey is grateful for her high heels and a soap dispenser close at hand, otherwise she would be dead. But who would want to kill her? If she is not the intended victim, why would someone try to kill a bride-to-be? Hailey, along with her co-worker reporter Mike strive to find out. Hailey puts herself in some dangerous situations at times as she tries to unravel this mystery. Will Hailey survive as she propels herself straight into danger? And I want to know more about Mike. What secrets is he hiding? This series is so well written that it wasn’t until the end of the book that I was able to figure out what was going on. This is my honest, voluntary review of an advanced reader copy of this book.
This is the third book in a series, but you can start with this book and not miss a beat Hailey and her friend Kat go out to a club to relax and meet up with a bachelorette party of young women that they completely hit it off with. The partiers invited Hailey and Kat to join them. When Hailey goes to the ladies' room, someone follows her in and tries to kill her by strangling her with a rope. Hailey successfully fights him off, but gets involved in an investigation over who he is and why he'd decided to kill her. Can Hailey keep herself from being victimized again?
This is a fun read, well written, and the suspicions move from one potential perpetrator to another. It can be read by young adults and up.
I was provided an advance reader copy of this book by the author. This is my honest review.
This is the third book in this series; it stands alone fine, but I’ve read the first 2 books and feel the series is best enjoyed read in order. I really like the main characters in this book—they’re likable and pretty well fleshed out, although I think Mike has more secrets. The mystery was extremely original, but I was close to figuring out the perpetrator—I just couldn’t quite put it together until all the pieces fell into place. That’s fine with me—it’s fun to try to solve the mystery. I’m also enjoying the very slow growth of a possible love relationship. I can definitely recommend this book and series. I was provided an arc, but these opinions are my own.