Grave Reservations by Cherie Priest @cmpriest @AtriaBooks @NetGalley #cozythriller #mystery #bookreviewers #blogtour #bookbloggers

Kaceey’s Review:

Fun, quirky, and topsy-turvy 

Leda Foley is a travel agent blessed with a special gift. She can see into the future. Which came in rather handy, having saved the life of a certain Seattle detective, ensuring he misses a doomed flight. She also moonlights doing clairvoyant karaoke (who knew there was such a thing!) at her favorite watering hole. You’ll want to read this book to fully understand! lol! I would definitely go to watch her perform!🙋🏻‍♀️ 

Grady Merritt (the Seattle Detective with nine lives) wonders if he could use Leda’s unique gift to help solve a murder long hanging over him for years. Only no one else can know she is helping the police…not even his fellow detectives.

This book was most definitely an entertaining read. Up to and including several laugh-out-loud moments. Leda is super cute with all her antics. I’m hopeful for a lot more from her as the series progresses.  

I can see this being the beginning of a great new series that I will definitely be following. 

A fun and fast buddy read with Susanne. 

Thank you to Megan Rudloff at Atria Books and NetGalley for the arc.

Susanne’s Review:

A highly entertaining, quirky mystery!  

Leda Foley is a clairvoyant.  She is also a travel agent who loves karaoke.  The day that Leda re-books a client’s flight to a different flight after a “bad feeling” – she saves his life.  That client is Seattle detective Grady Merritt and Leda just turned him into a believer.  Once that happens, he asks Leda if she’d be willing to help him try and solve a cold case, one that’s been bugging him for years.  

As it turns out, Leda could use Grady’s help as well, as she needs to know who murdered her fiance. While the mystery leads a bit to be desired, the best part of this novel is the interaction between the characters and specifically Leda and her best friend Niki. Detective Merritt adds to the fun as well.  

Although suspending belief is required, I enjoyed this novel and liked the supernatural element.

A fun buddy read with Kaceey!

Thank you to Megan Rudloff at Atria Books and NetGalley for the arc. 

Published on Goodreads, NetGalley and Twitter.

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