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Murder by the Way

Kennedy and Luke are finally going to get married! It's the morning of the big day and Kennedy has just awakened and is starting to get ready, but Luke is at her door with a member of the Marines. It seems that Luke is being reactivated in the Marines to testify at a trial of his former Commanding Officer. The Marine cannot let Luke out of his sight. But Kennedy refuses to allow this to ruin her wedding day. She determines that since Luke must leave that afternoon, they will move the wedding up, so that they can at least be married before he has to go. The wedding goes off beautifully, and before they know it, it's time for Luke to get on his plane to testify, leaving Kennedy behind. Kennedy's on her way home, with her dad driving when they come upon an accident. There was a prison van driving along when a car hit it from behind. The prisoners all appear to be okay, but the woman driving the car that hit them is dead. This looks like any other accident, but could it be murder? That's what Kennedy, and her ex-husband Cade must find out. 


This is a fun book! I loved that all of my "friends" from Haggerty were involved in the plot, especially Kate and Miss Eugenia. They bring such fun and craziness to the plot. I liked the characters, this book really feels like a small town series, because all of the characters are zany and know everything about everyone else in town. I liked that the story was clean. I really liked that the plot kept you guessing. I hope that there are more books in the works about Kennedy and Luke!

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