01 July 2021

No Offense - Book Review


No Offense (Little Bridge Island #2) by Meg Cabot
Publication date: August 11, 2020
Pages: 352 pages
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars ☆☆☆☆
Strengths: Fun characters, nice setting    
Weaknesses: Not a lot of depth

Again, I hate listing weaknesses! LOL 

Meg Cabot's quirky little series are always fun reads with amusing characters. In this one, Miss Molly is the new-ish children's librarian in Little Bridge (in the Florida Keys). She is not impressed with the seemingly arrogant Sheriff, but he keeps turning up.

Yeah, we know where this is going, and that's okay. Besides making another love connection between two of the island's residents, this book also has a crime to solve - an abandoned newborn in the library's bathroom! Could it all tie in with the crime ring of the Summer Kids? Miss Molly knows it isn't her job to put all the clues together, but she's wondering whether the Sheriff is capable of doing it without her help.

No Offense was a great summer escape or beach read. I'd give it 4 out of 5 stars and consider checking out others in the Little Bridge Island series. This was the second book, and I haven't read the first yet. This one stood alone just fine.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for my electronic copy of this book. Receiving the book for free did not influence my review. 

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