#Bookreview of Should’ve Said No by Tracy March



This book involves the romance between Lindsey Simms and Carden Crenshaw and reminded me of a modern day, Romeo and Juliet, but with an added mystery twist.

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Lindsey is a happy-go-lucky, courageous woman who travels from D.C. to take a job 1839 miles away in Thistle Bend, Colorado, population 1519, to be a curator for a new museum in the Wildflower Capital of Colorado.

However, complications arise when she meets her star-crossed lover, Carden Crenshaw, the sexy, most eligible bachelor of Colorado.

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Little does she know, there is a long standing feud between Lindsey’s relatives, the Karlssons and the Crenshaws, that she is about to become involved in and expected to solve to prominently display in the new museum.

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With Lindsey’s warmheartedness, she takes on the quest with passion. To solve the mystery of the Karlson/Crenshaw feud, Lindsey seeks out stories from the residents of this small town, especially the old Montgomery sisters, Milly and Merri.

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Lindsey is able to solve the hundred year old mystery but at what cost to her family, friends, and her relationship with Carden? This book reminded me of a modern day version of Romeo and Juliet with a great added twist of mystery that kept me wanting more.

I give this book four out of four “teddybears”. (See Rating System Page above)

This book is available for pre-order on Amazon for $2.99 and will be available on November 24, 2015.

I was given this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. My review is based upon my opinions alone in the reading of this book.

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