Title: Armed & Fabulous Series: Lexi Graves (Book 1) Genre: Mystery/ Romantic suspense. Price: $/ £ FREE! Full length novel ( pages, paperback). Armed and Fabulous (Lexi Graves Mystery, book 1) by Camilla Chafer – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Armed and Fabulous” by Camilla Chafer with Rakuten Kobo. From USA Today bestselling author Camilla Chafer: All Lexi wants to do is get through the.

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Please try again later. I love that Lexi is a main female character who is smart and goes her own way but with faults. A Few Good Women I enjoyed this introduction into a mystery series and arme surprised at how well-written and hcafer to read it was.

The author is obviously making a HUGE and all too obvious effort to use “whom” and “were” as in, “If I were a rich man A book with a “Clue” weapon on the cover. The story reads almost like a Jessica Fletcher story whereas the police can’t figure out the simplest things but the heroine, Lexi Graves, can.

Armed and Fabulous (Lexi Graves Mystery, #1) by Camilla Chafer

Also, please more showing and less telling in the sequels, Mrs. She comes from a family of cops but doesn’t wish to be one. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. I think his character overshadowed the story for me which is a shame because it was so good. I will say that there are a few seriously funny moments. Also, she’s a Brit writing about an American heroine who lives in America.


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Armed and Fabulous (Lexi Graves Mystery, book 1) by Camilla Chafer

While she’s trying to get herself killed, she’s also supposed to be planning her older sister’s baby shower. I enjoyed this book a lot.

Unfortunately, I had enough of Lexi’s blind stupidity and her repeatedly dragging her friend Lily into danger. So in this book Lexi manages to send her sexy boss some lingerie pictures with out meaning to, find multiple bodies, help her crazy sister plan a baby shower, camila attract the attention of not only Maddox who is a cop undercover as her boss the one she the picture to but also Solomon who is a wild card working with Maddox on this case and helping keep Lexi alive and complicate her love camilka with his sexy body.

No Test for the Wicked: I cannot understand why we constantly elevate incompetence in this country when there are so many great author out there. So stupid it hurts Why oh why did I spend my money on this?

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I thought the characters were very diverse and funny. Lexi, of course, finds the body. You don’t need a plot summary, since the publisher has graciously provided one. Sounds caimlla a great book. He’s not exactly the person he’s been letting everyone believe he is.

As if that wasn’t complicated enough, Lexi is now a key witness and it seems that someone wants her dead.


The heroine is still whining about her perfect sister. And it was a waste of time.

Then we get a love triangle, which makes no sense. I liked the mix of chzfer and mystery with danger. I liked that Lexi was smart about finding the clues sometimes charer she sort of lost her train of thought, you know those hot guy distractions. DEA Agent Luc LeJeune is wondering what his undercover assignment investigating the sexy scientist has gotten him into – especially as it seems someone wants her dead. Silly and predictable though.

August 3, ISBN: English Choose a language for shopping. As the bodies start to pile up, Lexi is on a race against time to find the killer and the money, before she’s the next one in the murderer’s sights. But the errors would be less obvious if she were never to use “whom” at all, and never even try to use subjunctive tense.

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Try your best to ignore the elephants in the room. The other thing is I just couldn’t get over all chafef the grammatical errors and spelling mistakes that ran rampant in the book. Address to Die For. If you like Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels, you will also like this book; this series.