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Executive Sick Days

Executive Sick Days Book Sedona O Hala Mysteries Steve Huntington had a way of offering jobs that were too good to be true Mark Huntington made offers too good to turn down Sedona had a habit of being caught in the mid

  • Title: Executive Sick Days
  • Author: Maria E. Schneider
  • ISBN: 2940012288288
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Nook
  • Book 3 Sedona O Hala Mysteries Steve Huntington had a way of offering jobs that were too good to be true Mark Huntington made offers too good to turn down Sedona had a habit of being caught in the middle somewhere near bad guys with guns and family members she was trying to avoid.

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    1. Sometimes a a woman scorned is the best one for the job. Sedona O'Hala is being winnowed out of her new career and will to go to some length to prove her worth-- and pay her rent. A fun addition to the series.

    2. Sedona’s back, and she’s working with the Huntimgdon’s again Well that should mean a safe peaceful dull job right? Not another dangerous assignment surely, And surely working undercover as a Hospital Volunteer, cleaning up “Brown Outs” and having your lunch stolen from the rest room refrigerator can’t be dangerous right? And what about Mark Huntingdon? Is he interested in Sedona? Will they ever have a proper date? Well most of us can’t see any danger there, not even when someone is [...]

    3. Those darn Huntington brothers have lured Sedona into another dangerous investigation. Good thing one of them makes her heart beat faster and the other gives her nice gifts, like a Mercedes.Someone at the hospital is running a scam and it is not easy to figure out who or how but Sedona is on the case in addition to cleaning bed pans and avoiding a certain nurse. Hopefully she doesn’t end up on a slab in the morgue before she works out all the details.Dollycas’s ThoughtsThe crime here is seri [...]

    4. Sedona O’Hala is once again working for Steve Huntington. This time the case takes her to Crestwood Hospital where someone is padding the medical bills and making a fortune as they do it. The only way for Sedona to get an inside look at what’s going on at the hospital is to get a volunteer position. However, being a volunteer isn’t as easy as Sedona thinks. Besides cleaning bedpans and feeding patients, she also has to fight off deadly rattlesnakes, a lunch thief and a nurse she dubbed “ [...]

    5. Each book gets better as the characters get more connected to each other and the reader.When Steve Huntington wants Sedona O'Hala to go undercover as a hospital volunteer, she finds herself cleaning bedpans and working alongside her pregnant sister-in-law Brenda.Trying to unravel patient billing means Radar is busy hacking for Steve while being paid by the hospital as their computer tech. When cute doctors vie with Mark on the dating scene, Sedona has to convince Mark he's her choice without tic [...]

    6. yawnyawn yawn. the mystery gets lost in the drone of volunteering in a hospital. Sedona is suppose to volunteer at the local hospital to learn who is padding the patient's bills. Instead Sedona is all over the place drawing attention to herself and she still can't figure out who the bad person is. The highlight of this story is the snippets of Sedona and Mark spending time together. You find yourself scanning the pages instead of reading them.

    7. Sedona is stuck once again between 2 brothers, one who wants her to take under jobs that aren't always to good for her health, the other brother wants her a round too but his interest is anything but professional. Good plotting and a very interesting twist at the end.

    8. THis is the first book that I have read from the series and I loved it, I can't wait to read the rest of her books. The book has some very funny parts in it, the right amount of mystery, and not an overbearing romance. Not once was I bored with the book.

    9. Excellent story! I think this is my favorite of the series so far (and that isn't just because of the romantic element).

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