Sunshine Hunter: Book Review

Sunshine Hunter, Maddie Cochere, Gillian Soltis
Sunshine Hunter by Maddie Cochere. Cover art by Gillian Soltis.

Sunshine Hunter opens up on the note of an interesting dramatic comedy. (It reminds me of some great movie or play rather than a book.) Although the core of this story is set in mystery, you’ll find a great deal of humor involved. Our main character, Susan is a fun-loving, independent, strong-willed, young woman all of which are part of her undeniable charm. After a fine taste of some back-story, you come to meet a colorful cast of characters. Each person in this neat little web has intriguing traits of their own. Most readers should find this lovely set of friends and neighbors lovable, relatable, and maybe even water cooler chat.

This book was largely enjoyable for me. I’m not normally a reader of many genres outside of horror but this was well worth the trip. To anyone that may be steered away, I highly recommend giving something new a chance. At first, you may think it’s not for you and then as you read on you find yourself falling head over 3- inch heels in love.

We’re not often told such a treat of a story in a unique first-person narrative style. You’ll find yourself laughing, cheering, maybe even crying…and in shock, all in quick succession. However, you still find yourself engrossed and able to follow. This is a remarkable read. So, what are you waiting for? Go check it out! This first installment of the series is now free on most e-book stores!

Click on Maddie’s book to go straight to the Apple iBookstore.

Here are some other useful links of hers:

Maddie’s Official Website

Maddie’s Blog

Happy reading!

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23 thoughts on “Sunshine Hunter: Book Review

      1. DD, Marcus (thatfunnyblogguy) has read two of my books! There are a half dozen men (maybe a few more) here at WP who have read one or two of my books and have said openly they like them. These guys tickle me so much! 🙂

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  1. Reblogged this on Breezy Books and commented:
    I spent the day with my mother and then picked Rich up at the airport. Did he have fun in Vegas? You bet he did … he ate bacon for dinner one evening! I came home this evening to find a wonderful review of Sunshine Hunter by my friend, DaydreamsinWonderland at CardCastlesInTheSky. I hope you’ll pop on over to read and say hello!

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  2. Daydreams! Thank you so much for your wonderful review. I’ve been with my mother most of the day, and I picked Rich up at the airport this evening. To come home and find your review after a long day is a treat!

    I’ve joked that I’m the writer who can’t write straight. I say that with humor, but there is truth in that statement. The book started as chick-lit, found a mystery, and even some adventure … it’s just all so silly and makes me laugh. I’m delighted you enjoyed it, too. Thank you, dear. 🙂

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    1. That is precisely why I found it to be like a movie. 🙂 Give yourself a nice pat on the back. (You deserve it!) & This book deserve any & all the love it receives.
      Glad I could bring some extra smiles to your evening. Thanks so much for the positive response to my review and for bringing some friends over my way.
      I’m reading the rest of the series every night between projects so maybe I’ll even add another review in the distant future…(based on response to this one)
      May your night be peaceful and full of love. *big hugs*

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  3. I’m a big fan of Maddie’s books, I must admit I’ve read all of them and can’t wait for the next one. What a wonderful post, I know Maddie is going to love it !!!

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    1. I am too! & I’m not even halfway through the series yet! I’m in the middle of her 2nd, Big Apple Hunter and I’m falling in love with that too!
      I hope she does like it. 🙂 I’ve been doing reviews for a long time but I’ve never reviewed one of my pals, so the pressure is on!
      Thanks for stopping in, Rita. You’re always such a delight. 🙂

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