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Rose Gardner Mystery Box Set #1 (English Edition) par [Swank, Denise Grover]
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USA TODAY Bestseller!

Box set of the first three books and novella in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Rose Gardner Mystery series.

When Rose Gardner decides she's done frittering her days away at the DMV, she turns Henryetta, Arkansas upside down as she navigates life, love and the investigation of a murder every now and then.

TWENTY-EIGHT AND A HALF WISHES: When Rose sees a vision of her murder, she’s done frittering her life away and makes a list. Her sexy neighbor Joe offers to help yet refuses to cooperate with #15-- do more with a man. But time’s running out and suddenly dying a virgin in the county jail becomes the least of her worries.--winner of the Write Touch Readers' Award 2012

TWENTY-NINE AND A HALF REASONS: Rose thinks a jury summons means a morning off from work, until she sees a vision of the murderer in the men’s restroom: a huge problem since the murderer isn’t the one on trial. If that weren’t enough, Rose is caught between her sister Violet and her new boyfriend Joe. Henryetta, Arkansas just got messier. --USA Today Bestseller

THIRTY AND A HALF EXCUSES: While Rose and Violet open their nursery, an elderly woman on Rose’s street dies. The police rule her death from natural causes, but Rose and her cranky neighbor Mildred disagree. --iBooks Best of 2013

FALLING TO PIECES: (novella) Rose struggles with heartbreak with the support of her new friends while Joe gets support from someone in his past.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Southern trouble 24 novembre 2016
Par D.L.Williams - Publié sur
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First, I must say this series needs a GOOD editing. All through book 1 and 2, there are extra words or missing words, which make you go back and try to figure out what the author was trying to say. That being said, I really enjoy the book. I like the character of Rose. We were given a little bit of her life while her mean spirited mother was alive, and then we see Rose "bloom" as she begins to live her life. Rose has visions, which usually lead her into trouble. We, the readers, know Rose shouldn't put herself into several of the situations she finds herself in, but nobody told Rose. She always gets out, by the skin of her teeth, usually with help from a handsome man. I like getting to know Rose and the other characters in this series. Very glad I picked it up.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Surprisingly engrossing 6 septembre 2013
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I really like this series and I'm looking forward to the third book. Rose is a different kind of character and I enjoy seeing how her mind works and how she handles new situations.

Unlike some of the reviewers in the reviews of the second book as sold individually, I actually liked the second in this series better than the first. I had a rough start with the first book because of the horrible way Rose's mother treated her and the way she just took it. Fortunately that only lasted briefly and then I slowly really got into it. I'm glad I kept going.

Although I like Joe and Rose together, I was really happy to see some legitimate potential competition arive for Rose's affection with Mason. Joe seems to be moving into controlling boyfriend territory and after all she's been through, Rose needs to be free to do her own thing without having to report to someone or worry about pleasing someone else for a little while. Mason is definitely able to get to her, although she's too inexperienced to realize exactly what her annoyance with him means. I'm hoping that relationship is explored in greater depth in future installments.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wonderful Read!! 12 janvier 2014
Par Jo Stack - Publié sur
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I rarely post reviews on books because i read so much. Every once in a while i find a book i have to post something about. This is one of them. This is the first time i have read this author and i really enjoyed these books. I read them all in one night staying up until 2:30 in the morning cause i could not put them down. I pretty much cried all the way thru the novella. The books are so well written you feel like you know the characters personally. I cannot wait to read the next one. I am not going to give any description of the book here because that's done by amazon. You don't want to spoil the books. I just wanted to say what good books they were and encourage more to read them. :-)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't buy this box set unless you have nothing to do for a few days, once you start reading you don't want to stop 2 décembre 2014
Par R.H. McCort - Publié sur
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Meet Rose Gardner, a no body her whole 24 years; living with a mother who treats her with no respect and calls her a demon..

One day at work, a customer enter's the Motor Vehicle Department and Rose has a vision, she sees herself sitting on her sofa at home dead. This vision so upsets Rose that she sits down and writes out 28 1/2 things that she wants to accomplish before she dies. Mostly to have a boyfriend and to experience love.

Moving ahead a few chapters, its not Rose who is killed its her Mother and of course Rose is accussed of the murder. Enter a new neighbor Joe McAllister (later Joe Simmons) the mystery continues, with Rose trying to find out who killed her Mother.

Book 1 center's around finding out who murdered her Mom, and developing a relationship with Joe and checking things off her bucket list.

Book 2 moves further into Joe and Rose's relationship and brings in a new ADA Mason Deveraux who Rose runs into while reporting for jury duty. This book is so funny, it makes you wonder how one person who was so timid and shy could turn into someone trying very hard to get the attention of the new ADA and inform me that the person Bruce Wayne is not guilty of murder.
While Violet Rose's sister tries to break up Joe and Rose and telling Rose she needs to date others, the story is funny and can't put down till the end.

Book 3: Who arrives in Henryetta, Arkansas than a televangelist, Jonah, and not a few minutes later, a murder on her street occurs, a neighborhood teen Thomas, acting very strange when Ross is walking Muffy catches her attention. Rose suspecting foul play but continues to have problems with another neighbor Mildred.

Just when Rose is ready to move to Little Rock and live with boyfriend Joe, a startling surprise, he is the son of a very well to do family, who are determined to meet her. Meanwhile sister, Violet has talked Rose into investing in a nursey. , it’s just another day in the life of Rose Gardner– chaos.

Picking Up the Pieces is a great novella installment that gives you a little taste of everyone! If you haven't read the series to this point, this will not make any sense to you at all. If you have followed the series its a wrap up of the characters, giving more insight into Rose, Joe, Mason, Bruce Wayne, and Violet.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hopelessly Devoted 18 septembre 2014
Par Angela Bonnie Shockley - Publié sur
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I owned this set on my Nook, but when I switched to a Kindle I HAD to have my Rose Gardner on it, so I bought it again! I have posted separate reviews for each of the books listed in this volume. Those are copied below.

Twenty Eight and a Half Wishes:
The whole reason I'm addicted to this series, and Denise's work as a whole, is because of THIS book. I got the book free from Apple around the new year, and devoured the series over the duration of a rare vacation. I didn't bother entering contests or trying to find out how I could get the rest of the series free. I dished the dough and I'm ever so happy that I did!

I immediately identified with Rose. I was over the moon when she stood up for herself, actually fist-pumping the air in response! I have an overbearing mother and we've had similar bouts on more than a few occasions. I've had a list of my own since I was a teen, and sadly very few of those items have been marked off. The whole story was a whirlwind roller coaster, a fun one at that. Rose is a right bad-a and while she tends to make questionable decisions about her safety, she's totally lovable. We could be friends! I'd have some stories to share about "visions" and such (watch out, world!)

I had Joe "McAlister" and Daniel Crocker pegged from their first introduction, and it could not have been clearer as the story progressed. However, I'm fine with that because Denise's ability to tell a story is fabulous. And I'm a critical thinker. So there.

This book may serve as a stand-alone if you don't want to get involved with a series, but you'd be doing yourself a major disservice if you do not continue reading the Rose Gardner Mysteries. I LOVE this series and I hope you do too!

My MVP of this book (and the series) is Muffy. That little lady is a fierce animal. I admire her instant connection with Rose and her 100% dedication.

P.S. Mildred: mind your own business!

Twenty Nine and a half Reasons:
I understand Rose's need to seek out the truth of matters, but she DOES get herself in quite a lot of trouble. This installment is no different!

I want to love Joe, but he's simultaneously clingy and inaccessible. I prefer him as McAllister instead of Simmons. He's so reluctant to open up about his past, but is pushing Rose to make a major life decision. That's not fair... specially when they've known each other for such a short amount of time.

The trial mystery kept me guessing. I attempted to keep a running tally in my head, but gave up somewhere around the half way point. I've learned to let Denise tell her story her way instead of going all "Law & Order" on my own (I was poli-sci pre-law at one point in my collegiate failure... also creative writing... and in a conservatory program for violin... also early childhood education... that's a story for somewhere else at sometime else.) Moving on.

A few notes: MASON - Well hello there! I don't trust him fully, because he really was a jerk to start of with. You just can't treat people like crap and get away with it. VIOLET - May I slap her? Will SOMEONE please slap her?! MILDRED - Woman, I thought I told you to mind your own business?! NEELY KATE - I want to be best friends with her. Rose, Neely, and myself. Seriously, watch out world!

This book was a joy to read. I loved seeing Rose and Joe figure out their relationship. I loved that there's a character named Bruce Wayne. I loved that there were so many new characters introduced. I just love this series. Read it, you shouldn't be disappointed!

Thirty and a Half Excuses:
** spoiler alert ** Here we go again! I'm glad this installment of the Rose Gardner Mysteries was not what I thought it would be. There was A LOT covered in this third chapter of the series.

Lets start with a short list:
- I cannot tolerate televangelists, but I'm not a religious person anyway.
- I HATE Hilary.
- I HATE Joe's family equally so.
- I HATE Violet's manipulation of Rose. Rose deserves better from her sister. I would never treat my younger sisters the way she treats Rose.
- I HATE Joe's stupidity. Seriously. WAKE UP and smell the ROSE in front of you. Dummy.
- Will someone please tell Joe and Mason that the kind of jealousy they exhibit is completely unhealthy?
- The history between Joe and Mason should have been fleshed out in the previous book. I feel like something so horrible shouldn't have been hidden at for so long. Clear the air, dudes, you'll feel better.
- I LOVE this book, in spite of where you thought I was going based on all of my hatred!

Some other notes: I love the nursery, not so much Violet's involvement... if you can call it that. She seems intent on letting Rose do all the work. JONAH PRUITT - You're a good guy, and surprisingly so. My tolerance of religious types, based on my own experiences, is extremely low. BRUCE WAYNE - I want to hug you! Joe's family, Hilary *die*, Violet, and Pruitt's mother infuriated me to no end... as was intended. And it worked. I was ready to go all metal baseball bat on them. And I have a mean swing.

Finally, the ending. That darn ending. It broke my heart. And it left me wanting to break Joe into millions of pieces. Joe. You. Moron. FIGHT for what you want and love. You don't walk away. Idiot.

I really did enjoy this book and I'm glad that I didn't have to wait around for almost six months to find out what happens next...

Falling to Pieces:
** spoiler alert ** After reading the end of 30 1/2 I was in need of this novella in a BIG way. At the end of 30 1/2 I felt surprised and saddened that Joe didn't fight for Rose. He walked away. I get that he was upset, confused, and cornered by his family. He's a grown man though. He has to cut the cord from his family before it destroys him. I DO feel sorry for him, truly, but his cowardice leaves me itching to whip out Mr. Metal Baseball Bat to knock some sense into his pretty little skull.

If you love someone, you fight to keep them. You take the good with the bad. You make it work. Otherwise it just isn't worth it. Joe is a coward. A big fat rich mamma's boy coward who took the easy way out. Some may argue that he was attempting to protect Rose by caving into his father's demands, but I just don't see it that way. Then again I've never been in love. What do I know?

I'm not bitter. Not at all...

Finally, Mason: You're kind of a creepy stalker, are you aware of that?!

You must read this novella as a bridge between 30 1/2 and 31 1/2. It's all relevant, all kinds of painful, and all kinds of wonderful. You'll be treated to Joe's perspective for the ONLY time the series is ever seen outside of Rose's eyes up to this point. I hated to love this one, but it was necessary. I'm gonna go find a pint of chocolate ice cream now...
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