'Til Grits Do Us Part (#03 in Southern Fried Sushi Series)
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Jennifer Rogers Spinola
Jennifer Rogers Spinola, a Virginia/South Carolina native and graduate of Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina, just moved to the Black Hills of South Dakota with her Brazilian husband, Athos, son Ethan, and second miracle boy on the way. Jennifer lived in Brazil for nearly eight years after meeting her husband in Sapporo, Japan, where she worked as a missionary. During college, she served as a National Park Service volunteer at Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. In between waddling to ultrasounds and homeschooling high-energy Ethan, Jennifer loves adoption, gardening (her first A
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In this Third and final book in the "Southern Fried Sushi" series, Jennifer Rogers Spinola extends her literary genre from romantic comedy to mystery-action-suspense-thriller, as our heroine, Shiloh P. Jacobs, gets entwined with a bizarre stalker. As any true journalist would, she investigates many suspects, trying to put the pieces of a complex puzzle together and stay alive to tell the story. All the old favorite characters are back - Kyoko, the crazy Goth friend from Japan; Becky, the true Southerner; Stella, the ever protective neighbor - and we meet lots of new characters, most of them with potential to be the stalker. All is revealed in the end, with a very satisfying conclusion to the three books. Highly recommended, although not the best of the three.
'Til Grits Do Us Part is the final book in Jennifer Rogers Spinola's debut Southern Fried Sushi series. Shiloh has a wedding to plan, a car in dire need of repair, no money and a fianc who hasn't even kissed her yet, (just in case doesn't have enough problems already) she also appears to have a stalker who sends her red roses with creepy notes. The stalker then goes one step further, and starts leaving threatening messages for her friends. I really enjoyed the passages where Shiloh was reminiscing about her time in Japan. Even though I've never been there, I could understand her feelings. After all, at some point or another, we all have to say goodbye to someone or something we love, often before we're actually ready. The pace felt much faster than in the previous books, and the number of characters and subplots made it harder to follow. For this reason, while the novel was enjoyable enough, I think it was the weakest of the trilogy. However, I will still look forward to new books from this author. Thanks to Barbour Publishing and NetGalley for providing a free ebook for review.