No Such Thing As A Good Blind Date

  • Title: No Such Thing As A Good Blind Date
  • Author: Shelly Fredman
  • ISBN: 9781425953515
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • No Such Thing As A Good Blind Date Brandy and her friends are back in the second book in the Brandy Alexander Mystery Series No Such Thing As A Good Blind Date When childhood friend and recent parolee Toodie Ventura suggests he exchang
    Brandy and her friends are back in the second book in the Brandy Alexander Mystery Series No Such Thing As A Good Blind Date When childhood friend and recent parolee Toodie Ventura suggests he exchange his plumbing services for the spare room in twenty eight year old Brandy Alexander s house, the out of work new homeowner thinks it s a pretty good idea That is, until sheBrandy and her friends are back in the second book in the Brandy Alexander Mystery Series No Such Thing As A Good Blind Date When childhood friend and recent parolee Toodie Ventura suggests he exchange his plumbing services for the spare room in twenty eight year old Brandy Alexander s house, the out of work new homeowner thinks it s a pretty good idea That is, until she discovers a dismembered body in the freezer and the suspect topping the list is the now missing Toodie Brandy refuses to accept her old friend is a cold blooded killer and, with the help of her ex boyfriend, police detective Bobby DiCarlo and sexy mystery man Nicholas Santiago she sets out to prove Toodie s innocence Soon, Brandy finds herself up to her neck in stalkers and deranged killers, all the while juggling some of the worst blind dates ever What The Critics Are Saying About No Such Thing As A Secret Brandy is a fun, feisty narrator with a big heartd the plot is brisk and lively ChickLitBooks.Com Fredman is a hilarious writer She has such a warm style of writing that the reader can t help but be pulled in.Brandy Alexander takes the reader on a ride not soon to be forgotten.No Such Thing as a Secret is a titillating mystery full of fun and mayhem There is a rich under texture that separates the story from other authors and thus makes it a standout Midwest Book Review Brandy is a likeable protagonist with a fine supporting cast of eccentric, sometimes scruffy, friends and neighbors The book is an entertaining read which won t leave you afraid to turn out the light New Mystery Reader nosuchthingas

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    1. The heroine surprises and delights me. I can’t believe how frequently I laughed and chuckledVIEWER’S OPINION:This is book 2 in a series about Brandy. Books 1 to 3 are not romance novels because Brandy is not “with a guy” at the end of each book. But she gets her happy romantic ending at the end of book 4. It’s worth waiting for. Brandy lies all of the time to most people including herself – and they usually know she’s lying. A couple examples follow. A love interest asks her if she [...]

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    2. I really enjoy series so far. It's an easy and quick read. it reminds me a lot of the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich. With the Italian Stallion cop and the mysterious latino. I love Brandy's wit and personality and couldn't stop reading. The cons is that it kind of reads like a fanfiction. It doesn't look like the author did much of an editing prossess. It's frustrating that she misspells the word "Colombian" constantly. There are randomly placed quotation marks. And when she moves ont [...]

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    3. Two-haiku review:Brandy gets roommateNow he's wanted for murderAnd she's in troubleFunny and sexyWell done, complex mysteryEbook many goofs

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    4. ‘No Such Things as a Good Blind Date’ is the second book in Shelly Fredman’s ‘Brandy Alexander’ mystery series. I loved the first book, ‘No Such Thing as a Secret’, and this second instalment is a wonderful follow through.Brandy was an LA fluff reporter but coming home and solving her best friends murder (of sorts) really makes a girl nostalgic for her roots. So Brandy packed her bags and moved home to Philadelphia her parents moved to Florida and sold the family home to her and no [...]

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    5. You need a shot of BrandyBrandy Alexander's back in South Philly and the town may never be the same. In this second book of the "No Such Thing" series, we find Brandy settling back into the old neighborhood and looking for a job. Her search is going nowhere so she takes in her old classmate Toodie Ventura, in exchange for some badly needed plumbing work and butler services. True, Toodie's just back from "an all expense paid vacation, courtesy of the Pennsylvania penal system," but he's a good gu [...]

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    6. In book two of the Brandy Alexander mystery series, Brandy’s moved back to her hometown of Philadelphia and is now proud owner of her parents’ rowhouse. Brandy isn’t having much luck finding a job so agrees to provide room and board to Toodie Ventura, a former friend, in exchange for plumbing work on the old house. Toodie turns out to be a great roommate but has one flaw: he keeps bringing home junk and storing it in the basement. When Brandy opens a freezer Toodie told her contains steak, [...]

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    7. Brandy Alexander takes in a former childhood friend, Toodie, as a roommate in exchange for plumbing services. A freezer is delivered to Brandy's basement and the dismembered body of a woman is found. Brandy's former boyfriend, a married policeman, tries to protect Brandy when her house is trashed. In addition, Toodie is missing and leaves a dog behind. Brandy puts up fliers about the lost dog, a man calls, she meets him, and he is beaten up. The dog poops up a flash drive. The man, Keith, doesn' [...]

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    8. Brandy just can't help herself she must snoop. She must challenge the people around her. She must be in control and need help getting out of trouble. She is amusing as she figures out who the bad guy is before she gets killed. Okay, so she has Marie stalking her, they get into a cat fight and then end up in the warehouse together with two killers. The story surrounding a Jersey Casino getting illegal immigrants into the country with the help of a Philly lawyer. The information on a thumb drive t [...]

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    9. I enjoyed the first book, and while this one was also fun, I found that about half of a chapter two thirds of the way in seemed completely out of order. I'm not sure if it was poor editing, or a glitch in the Kindle e-book edition, but it was very confusing and quite distracting. It flips from one afternoon getting a phone call from Nick while she's at John's house to the day before in the car with Alphonso and then right back with her visiting her friend John. At one point she's supposed to hav [...]

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    10. Good light hearted reading with characters that I enjoyed. Just a couple of continuity issues with the book. The author will write about a current situation, but backtrack and talk about events earlier in the evening. This caused confusion for me. She does it a few times, but one time it really messed with the timeline and I had to flip back a couple of pages to ensure my comprehension (wha? did I miss something?). Also, for a person that doesn't have a job, Brandy always has money for some nons [...]

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    11. Shelly Fredman is a fabulous author and No such things is a delightful book with a lot of laughs and well worth the read. I did not enjoy it as much as the others but that still leaves a very enjoyable book and I love it more each time I read it. This series is a must read for book lovers, romance lovers, and mystery lovers. I adore the characters and the stories are fun.Note: I seldom give 5's on because I am comparing these books to the best I ever read. At other sites, rate just to how much [...]

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    12. 4.5 What a great book, and I actually liked it better than the first one! I will definitely be reading the rest of them in the series. This series reminds me of the Janet Evanovich books, but with characters that are more interesting. The only problem I found was the main character Brandy is always in danger and her Mother and Father know about it within minutes, but never come back to Philly to check on her…I find this strange.

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    13. Fredman e-mailed me and offered to send me a free copy of her book if I reviewed it on . Never one to pass up a free book, I hurriedly agreed. This is a very, very similar read to the Stephanie Plum books by Janet Evanovich. The plot’s a little slow to begin with, but Fredman quickly finds her rhythm. My only complaint is I didn’t know this was the second in a series. I always feel lost when I don’t start out with number one, but I’ll get over it.

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    14. I absolutely love this series so far. The humor is what really makes it great. The only thing that gets me is this woman needs a better editor!! Too many recurring errors, such as quote marks wrongly placed. It would have been a 5-star rating otherwise, but unfortunately I was actually bothered by the need for better editing.

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    15. this is the 2nd book in this series and i bought this book, because i went to school with shelly. she is from my neighborhood in philly. this book is easy reading about a girl who has moved back to phila from california, and all the situations she gets involved in. being from phila, we can relate with the area, and places that"brandy" visits.

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    16. This 2nd book is better than the 1st. I think.He main characters here remind me of the Stephanie Plum Series You know Morelli and Ranger? No bounty hunters here though. Although the guys in this book has more complications. Like Bobby being married and all.

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    17. I had hoped the characters and story line would grow on me, but they didn't. I found myself skimming, and some things just didn't feel believable. It's a good series, but it doesn't hold my attention very well. Unfortunately, I don't think I will continue with it.

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    18. This is my new favorite series. Shelly Fredman just has to write faster. I love the characters, the fact that it's funny and that there is a mystery. I am also in love with Nick. Bobby is great too, but I love the bad boys.

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    19. Good readuld have used less swearing.

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    20. book 2 in Brandy Alexander series! Brandy is my new fav character and who will she end up with ex boyfriend and cop Bobby or dark and mysterious Nick?

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    21. This series of mysteries with its cast of characters are awesome .The interaction between Brandy and her love interest are just plain hot.

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    22. Fun, FUn, FUN! With a little steam on the side.

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    23. Shelly Fredman didn't disappoint at all with this book! I loved it!! Again, it has all the flare that you could ever want in it book. series so far.

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    24. I really enjoyed Shelly Fredman's 4 book series. I find her characters more appealing and believable/realistic than Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series.

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    25. It just keeps getting better and better.LOVED IT!!!

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    26. Second in the Brandy Alexander series. Again more fun and mayhem, murder, sex, love and lust (oh and lots of chocolate) in the city of Brotherly Love!LOVED IT!!!!!!

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    27. addictive From the beginning, this book has been addictive. Filled with mystery, excitement, drama, romance, etc. . and very easy reading.

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