Shakespeare's Counselor by Charlaine Harris


Shakespeare's Counselor (Lily Bard Mysteries)

Synopsis:

Lily Bard has joined a group therapy session, determined finally to face her past. It sounds positively enlightening, until the murder of a fellow member sends a warning. But who was the message meant for? Why? And who's next to fall victim to a killer's head games?

Review:

Shakespeare's Counselor is the last in the Lily Bard Mysteries series. Lily is working for Jack now, but also has a few of her cleaning customers left. She also is starting to try to deal with what happened to her and starts going to group therapy. Her counselor ends up having issues of her own, and there are two new cops in town. Of course Lily gets tangled up in all of the murders and stalking of the counselor.

There was also a lot of Jack and Lily in this book. I love them together, they are so cute. It starts to get out that they are married, and Lily has some medical issues which bring them closer. I really like them together, they compliment each other perfectly. I wish there were more books in this series just so I could have more Lily and Jack.

The murder and what happens is a little obvious, but not too bad. You can pick up on who is doing it what pretty easy, but Lily and Jack make it awesome.

Rating: 4/5

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