Book Review: Bodies in Trouble by Cynthia Cooke
Hannah Kizer is a caterer who spends as much time away from her family as possible. The black sheep of the family, Hannah, is surprised to get a call from her mother asking her to come home for her step-sister Sarah's wedding. The wedding is one day away... Hannah was never invited.
On her way home, she realizes that there is something coming with her. A fairy? That's impossible; they aren't real. After a disastrous evening, she finds a big clue that leads her to question who she is and where she came from.
Family secrets, mystery spells, and a mischievous fairy intent on destroying Sarah's wedding and leaving all the blame on Hannah make for a very interesting read!
Cynthia Cooke writes a great story - the characters are fun, the bed scene is hot, and the story line leaves the reader wanting more. Hannah is a bad girl but you can feel how desperately she truly wants to fit in with her family. The end leads the reader to believe that this is just the start to a great series... I really hope so! I want to read more about Hannah and her adventures.