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Prior transfixed the nation Discounted and discredited by the police Dash and Joy work together to uncover the mystery and find Isabella with a whacky supporting cast including Eve a brothel madam; Stan an excommunicated priest; Katie Dash's ten–year–old daughter; and two horny goldfish It's a race against time and against all odds – but the real battle for Dash and Joy might just be keeping their hands off each othe A fun uirky and sexy read It hits all the right spots and kept me smiling from the first page to the last

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Six Feet Under meets Stephanie Plum in Amy Andrews' fresh funny sexy urban–family noir about a country singer who almost made it a private investigator who's seen too much and a mother who will cross all barriers to save her child When ex hillbilly–punk rocker turned cadaver make–up artist Joy Valentine is visited by the ghost of a high–profile murder victim begging for Joy's help to find her kidnapped baby girl Jo Amy Andrews is an award winning best selling Australian author who has written than forty contemporary and medical romances Limbo with its blend of romance suspense humour and touch of the paranormal is uite a departure from her usual fareWhen the ghost of a murdered mother begs for her help to save her kidnapped daughter Joy Valentine country singer and funeral home makeup artist knows the police won't take her seriously so she reluctantly turns to the one person who might believe her disgraced ex cop turned private investigator Dash Dent The police think baby Isabelle is probably dead but Joy and Dash are convinced Joy's ghostly vision was genuine and set out to find the missing infantThough still a romance novel at its core Andrews establishes an intriguing mystery surrounding the disappearance of the murdered woman and her missing daughter Dash and Joy slowly piece together the scant evidence available to determine exactly what happened on the day Hailey and Isabelle went missing and where the pair have been for the six months prior to the discovery of Hailey's bodyThe characterisation is wonderful I really liked both Dash and Joy who are well rounded protagonists with interesting back stories I loved their chemistry the sexual tension between the mismatched pair is palpable and there are a couple of intimate scenes that really sizzle The cast of uirky supporting characters including an unconventional clergyman a brothel madam and two horny goldfish are eually delightfulThere is lots of humour often found in unexpected places and while there is a little in the way of action there is plenty of tension and suspense The inner city setting gives the story a modern urban feelI finished the book in one sitting and I'm hoping Amy Andrews will follow up Limbo with another soon Warrior Women urban–family noir about a country singer who almost made it a private investigator who's seen too much and a mother who will cross all barriers to save her child When ex hillbilly–punk rocker turned cadaver make–up artist Joy Valentine is visited by the ghost of a high–profile murder victim begging for Joy's help to find her kidnapped baby girl Jo Amy Andrews is an award winning best selling Australian author who has written than forty contemporary and medical romances Limbo with its blend of romance suspense humour and touch of the paranormal is Michael Collins: Forgotten Astronaut uite a departure from her Loretta Rose usual fareWhen the ghost of a murdered mother begs for her help to save her kidnapped daughter Joy Valentine country singer and funeral home makeup artist knows the police won't take her seriously so she reluctantly turns to the one person who might believe her disgraced ex cop turned private investigator Dash Dent The police think baby Isabelle is probably dead but Joy and Dash are convinced Joy's ghostly vision was genuine and set out to find the missing infantThough still a romance novel at its core Andrews establishes an intriguing mystery surrounding the disappearance of the murdered woman and her missing daughter Dash and Joy slowly piece together the scant evidence available to determine exactly what happened on the day Hailey and Isabelle went missing and where the pair have been for the six months prior to the discovery of Hailey's bodyThe characterisation is wonderful I really liked both Dash and Joy who are well rounded protagonists with interesting back stories I loved their chemistry the sexual tension between the mismatched pair is palpable and there are a couple of intimate scenes that really sizzle The cast of A Season of Ten Thousand Noses uirky supporting characters including an Silent Thunder unconventional clergyman a brothel madam and two horny goldfish are eually delightfulThere is lots of humour often found in Si Dindo Pundido unexpected places and while there is a little in the way of action there is plenty of tension and suspense The inner city setting gives the story a modern Si Dindo Pundido urban feelI finished the book in one sitting and I'm hoping Amy Andrews will follow Wizards Tale III up Limbo with another soon

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Y knows from experience the cops are going to think she's crazy So she takes it to the one guy she knows who won't The last thing disgraced ex–cop turned private investigator Dash Dent expected is a woman from his past turning up to complicate his present with a nutty woo–woo story The problem is he knows Joy is telling the truth and he can't ignore the compelling plight of baby Isabella whose disappearance six months Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviewsby KimI’ve read a couple of books from Amy Andrews before and I have loved all of them Of course when asked to read Limbo I thought okay why not It’s different from Amy’s previous books I just didn’t know how differentI’m not even sure how to classify Limbo There’s romance a lot of it There’s mystery and a ghost that starts the whole book off What appealed to me was a ghost asking a cadaver make up artist to find her missing daughter I think going in I was expecting there to be this over the top comic vibe about the book Yes there are definitely some over the top things happening but not as over the top as they could have been I’m sure this was the author’s attempt at lightening the seriousness of the story upWhat I loved about Limbo was the mystery aspect After being missing for six months the body of Hailey Richardson turns up With her dead police assume her now one year old daughter Isabella is dead as well But while preparing Hailey for her funeral cadaver makeup artist Joy Valentine gets a visit from Hailey’s ghost pleading with her to find her daughter Hailey leaves very few clues but Joy knows that she has to help this woman out With no one else to turn to Joy seeks out former cop now PI Dash Dent After they take their information to police they are essentially dismissed Knowing that they are baby Isabella’s only hope at being found the two set off to do just thatI also loved the characters They all have depth to them than what you first see Joy is a goth girl with pink hair who was raised in a funeral home and has a singing voice that could bring a person to joyful tears Dash is a single father and former cop who happens to live next door to a brothel Eve is the brothel owner who is insightful and helps to take care of Dash’s daughter You have an unorthodox priest in Stan who has no problem with ACDC being played in church I’m happy this is a series because I want to continue to get to be apart of these characters lives I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next for everyoneReceived a copy from Escape Publishing in exchange for an honest unbiased opinion Warrior Women up to complicate his present with a nutty woo–woo story The problem is he knows Joy is telling the truth and he can't ignore the compelling plight of baby Isabella whose disappearance six months Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviewsby KimI’ve read a couple of books from Amy Andrews before and I have loved all of them Of course when asked to read Limbo I thought okay why not It’s different from Amy’s previous books I just didn’t know how differentI’m not even sure how to classify Limbo There’s romance a lot of it There’s mystery and a ghost that starts the whole book off What appealed to me was a ghost asking a cadaver make Michael Collins: Forgotten Astronaut up artist to find her missing daughter I think going in I was expecting there to be this over the top comic vibe about the book Yes there are definitely some over the top things happening but not as over the top as they could have been I’m sure this was the author’s attempt at lightening the seriousness of the story Loretta Rose upWhat I loved about Limbo was the mystery aspect After being missing for six months the body of Hailey Richardson turns A Season of Ten Thousand Noses up With her dead police assume her now one year old daughter Isabella is dead as well But while preparing Hailey for her funeral cadaver makeup artist Joy Valentine gets a visit from Hailey’s ghost pleading with her to find her daughter Hailey leaves very few clues but Joy knows that she has to help this woman out With no one else to turn to Joy seeks out former cop now PI Dash Dent After they take their information to police they are essentially dismissed Knowing that they are baby Isabella’s only hope at being found the two set off to do just thatI also loved the characters They all have depth to them than what you first see Joy is a goth girl with pink hair who was raised in a funeral home and has a singing voice that could bring a person to joyful tears Dash is a single father and former cop who happens to live next door to a brothel Eve is the brothel owner who is insightful and helps to take care of Dash’s daughter You have an Silent Thunder unorthodox priest in Stan who has no problem with ACDC being played in church I’m happy this is a series because I want to continue to get to be apart of these characters lives I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next for everyoneReceived a copy from Escape Publishing in exchange for an honest Si Dindo Pundido unbiased opinion

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