Tyler #4: Monkey Wrench Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-20 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings

" Started off really slow. Then it picked up. About a spoiled brat turning into a woman after she returns to her hometown to recover from a setback in life. She falls in love and gets the guy. " said.

" First Murder Series I ever Read and I loved it. :) " said.

" I gave this 2 stars because I just never could bring myself to like the main character Susannah and that really brought my enjoyment of the book down. Rose & Joe were characters that I enjoyed but most of the book was from Susannah's view point. " said.

" Susannah, a Milwaukee TV host returns to fictitious Tyler Wi to take care of her ailing Grandmother, Rose. Joe Santori, the local carpenter is Rose's choice for Susannah. Career or potential happiness with Joe? Same as first 3 in the series but further progress on the murder at the lodge subplot that weaves the stories together. " said.

"Monkey Wrench is the fourth book in the Welcome to Tyler series and the first that I have read. Normally I wouldn’t read book in a series unless I start from the beginning, however this book was recommended to me and I found the description to be interesting. As I got into to book (and did some research on the previous books) I discovered that it wasn’t a typical continuing story, so I wasn’t lacking any crucial background information. Monkey Wrench was a quick read for me. I enjoyed the cozy homey feel of the town of Tyler, especially due to the fact that the plot was set at Christmas time. The characters were interesting and likable; my favourite being Granny Rose. Although the story was predictable, I expected this and enjoyed the book. " said.

"Monkey Wrench, the fourth volume in the Tyler series, is the story of Susannah, a local television personality in Milwaukee who comes home to Tyler at the urging of Joe, who is concerned for her grandmother's health. Susannah's grandmother thinks she's dying and is quite anxious to get Susannah married off and Joe seems like an excellent candidate. It was a very sweet little book, but I was a little irritated with Susannah's willingness to chuck her life in Milwaukee and marry Joe after knowing him only two weeks. Of course, a lot is packed into that bit of time, as it always is in these types of books, but it still seemed rushed. The writing was a little pedestrian, but you can't expect a whole lot from a Harlequin. It was a quick read and I had fun reading it. Still interested in the town of Tyler and the mystery of the Body at the Lake." said.

" Hands down, THIS is my FAVORITE book so far in the series. I'd highly highly highly recommend it. " said.

" Well, after finishing, there was a time or two Susannah put her foot down, but she seemed to be easily persuaded by Joe's "bossy" nature. " said.

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