Book Review, Seasoned by Gina LaManna

Seasoned (Lacey Luzzi Mafia Mysteries #7)
Seasoned by Gina LaManna
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
REVIEWED BY Monique Cashmere

I think Christmas is everyone’s favourite time of the year, but it holds fond memories for Lacey and Meg. They have been celebrating it together since they were kids, and nothing is going to stop them again this year – but some will try.

Four days before Christmas, Lacey, Meg, Clay and Harold the Butler head to LA to be the security detail for a famous dog – Poopsie – owed by Lizabeth Morgan the Third. Anthony will join them in two days, after finishing a project in MN, then they will all fly home for Christmas Day, back at the Luzzi Mansion.
The first job for Lacey Luzzi Services is not all that it seems. Who are they really protecting? Who is the one chasing the gang across LA? And more discoveries are made with finding the elusive Jackson Cole.

There are parts of this book that will make you laugh and also draw on your heartstrings – moments with BFFs, Lacey and Anthony making a ginger bread house, bromances too! We meet a new character called Mack that I hope will come back to visit the team soon. And of course we have the crew coming together to solve the mystery of who is threatening Poopsie.

I love these characters together. They are a bit geeky, cheeky and savy and sassy. They just click as a group. But I just love reading more and more of Lacey and Anthony’s relationship – how only Lacey can make Anthony nervous and blush.

If you are looking for a good action mystery with a touch of romance – here is the series for you and book 7 will not disappoint.

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