Cooper wants is a normal happy life, and she's almost there,
with a career she loves, a boyfriend she's crazy about, good
friends and family. Yet murder keeps rearing its ugly head
in her life, and this time her ex-husband is directly involved.
Worse yet, the police consider Liz their prime suspect, since
the woman killed was the one who broke up Liz and Jarrets
marriage. Lacyee Huber was found murdered in Jarrets bed,
and Liz had stopped by the house that morning to pick up a
box of books. The police feel jealousy and revenge gave her
motive for murder. Given that Liz is the series protagonist,
readers know she's not guilty. However, if she isn't guilty,
there are enough suspects and motives to keep you guessing,
I figured this one out too fast for my own liking. Now I'm
not saying it's not a good read, because Hex on the Ex
certainly is interesting and enjoyable. Perhaps I've just
read too many mysteries, and was able to put the pieces together
sooner than expected.
is less emphasis on the occult in this book, although the
element remains a theme in the series. It was not as much
in the forefront as in the previous books in the series. You
can read my reviews of Who
Do, Voodoo? and Bruja
Brouhaharight here on MyShelf.com.
on the Ex is an intelligent mystery, providing murder,
a peek into devil worship, interesting characters and enough
romance to keep it enticing. This would be a good beach read,
easily read in a long afternoon of sun and sand.