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There's no denying trouble finds Rose Gardner like a divining rod finds water, especially when Rose finds herself in the middle of a bank robbery. But after the robbers steal her deposit bag - containing a large amount of cash - she soon finds out that thanks to her sister Violet's financial mismanagement, trouble is threatening her business as well.
To top it off, Rose's ex-boyfriend Joe Simmons has moved back to Henryetta to fill the chief deputy sheriff position. Rose's involvement as a witness is the perfect opportunity for Joe to reinsert himself into her life. But Mason Deveraux, Fenton County Assistant District Attorney and Rose's new boyfriend, has waited too long for Rose to give her up without a fight.
Rose's pregnant best friend, Neely Kate, suggests they find the robbers using Rose's visions and Neely Kate's knowledge about everything in town. The women are soon hot on the trail of the stolen money, but Rose is caught off guard when Neely Kate's snoopiness detects the biggest complication of all: Rose might be expecting a baby of her own.
©2014 Denise Grover Swank (P)2015 Denise Grover Swank
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2 out of 5 stars
By SammiMac3 on 27-06-2018

Obsessive much?

It’s seems that most of the story is about the obsessive nature of Rose’s ex-boyfriend, Rose’s inability to cut him out of her life and the lack of acknowledgement of just how unhealthy his actions are.

I became so annoyed with the repetitive of this are of the story that I started skipping ahead to avoid this part of the story. I found it distracting from what could otherwise be a enjoyable and fun listen.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Shelley H. on 16-11-2017

Another great read.

Rose and other characters are great. Can't wait to read the next book. Fast paced.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 11-10-2017

Thirty Two and a Half Complications

Absolutely brilliant!! So addictive. Denise Grover Swank has the ability to keep you captivated from start to finish and brings the characters to life in such a way you feel they live and breath.
I'm on my second round of the Rose Gardener book waiting for the next book to be released.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Elizabeth Pettersen on 07-01-2016


If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

I don't know who would enjoy this more, but if you like me enjoyed the previous stories about Rose you might want to give this a try.

What was most disappointing about Denise Grover Swank’s story?

Rose is pretty whiny and sulky all the way through and I miss some of the flare and spark from the previous stories. I find her whole love triangle boring and the men rather pathetic in this book.

What does Shannon McManus bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Shannon McManus has a good voice for storytelling.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I was very disappointed. I have really enjoyed the previous books in the series, but this book left me bored halfway through, too much whining and not enough action from Rose. Not very interesting and Rose just comes off rather pitiful.

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