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Death By Honeymoon (Caribbean Murder #1)

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On the rugged, wild, eastern shore of Barbados, Cindy and Clint are enjoying their dream honeymoon, when paradise quickly turns into hell. Cindy finds her newly beloved taken away from her, drowned in a freak accident in the ocean. The local police are quick to declare it an accident, to insist that he was caught in a sudden riptide. But Cindy, left all alone, is not convi ...more
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Published April 15th 2011 by Jaden Skye (first published April 7th 2011)
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I don't even think I can comment on plot because I can't get over the ERRORS! Did anyone EDIT this? Is the sister ANN or ANNE? Is the old girlfriend Heather KRANE or Heather KANE?? Then we have the improper pronoun usages, the double punctuation, the grammatical errors....SLOPPY SLOPPY SLOPPY. Overall writing style and dialog was juvenile and the amount of errors only added to it feeling like a late night high school creative writing assignment gone wrong. Needless to say, I will not be moving o ...more
'She suddenly realised that it didn't matter. Maybe it wasn't about ever getting over it. It was about finding the truth, getting justice for Clint, stopping worse things from happening. There was no time for self-pity. She had a big job ahead.'

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Allie Chickie
I need to stop downloading free ebooks.
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Angela White
An interesting plot that never seemed to get off the ground. While billed as a mystery, the suspense to which I'm accustomed in this genre never materialized until the motorbike scene at the very end. I kept waiting for plot twists and turns, which were never forthcoming.

With respect to the characters, none is fully developed, including the main protagonist. What's the significance of her father's death? Why such a quick relationship and wedding? Why was his family dysfunctional, bordering on cu
Taylor Funk
"Death By Honeymoon" by Jaden Skye is a short novel with a great storyline. Cindy's husband Clint dies on their honeymoon in Barbados. Cindy is mourning over the lost, when she comes to believe that his death was no accident. Of course no one believed her, not even her sister Anne. But when Anne realizes that Cindy is being sabotaged, Anne looks at Clint's death in a different way.
"Death By Honeymoon" is a great quick read. It is a fun, short novel that keeps you wanting to read more. This boo
Definitely not for the more discerning reader, but if there's a market out there for this kind of thing, all good wishes to Jaden Skye.

I gave this book a go on the back of a promotion because the blurb seemed quite promising.

Sadly, I found the writing very weak and, as others have noted, well-sprinkled with errors. Never mind those, though, I can forgive them if the story is good. It isn't. The plot was almost non-existent and absurdly implausible, the characters poorly developed or analysed at
Short book, fast read - done in just over an hour. It could have been developed much better. There were many pieces of the story that should have been fleshed out or not included (why the best man didn't want them to marry, for example). Also, a lot more editing needed to be done.
This book captivated me. I got wrapped up in it mostly because of the way the main characters in-laws treated her, I was rooting for her to win. This was most definitely a page turner. Looking forward to reading the second book in the series.
Jaidis Shaw
Death by Honeymoon by Jaden Skye is a mystery about love and loss. Cindy and Clint finally have what they want; married and ready to start their lives together, much to the disappointment of his family and friends. Heading to Barbados for their dream honeymoon, Cindy wants nothing more then to enjoy her husband's company. So when Cindy suddenly falls ill and stays in the room for a nap, the last thing she expected was to never see her husband again.

Several weeks after Cindy is left widowed, she
Joyce McKune
Cindy's husband was killed on their honeymoon. She didn't believe it was an accident like all the reports said especially when her sister was hurt when the brakes on her (Cindy's) car failed. They'd been tampered with and after she spoke to one of Clint's former co-workers he was found dead of a supposed heart attach!
Kind of an awful book. Maybe awful is harsh but, I guess I just expect more from books than this one delivered. None of the characters develop or change. The protagonists in-laws are just awful human beings without any real clear explanation about why. And why was it that no one thought the protag and her husband should be married? Perhaps these questions are answered in later books? Dunno - I won't be reading them.

Still, this book wasn't totally awful. It was your basic, classic, textbook myste
This book had the potential to be an excellent read; the overall plot was good, however the characters lacked essence and for that reason I found it hard to empathise or establish any sort of emotion towards any of them. The grammatical errors were in abundance which also added to my disappointment - if the author could not be bothered to have it proofread with due care and attention prior to having it published, why should the intended audience take the time to read it? At the start of this boo ...more
Tara Chevrestt
Imagine getting married to the man of your dreams, traveling to Barbados for your honeymoon, surfing and enjoying the beach by day, making love all night, and somewhere in that first week, your new husband is murdered. This is what happens to Cindy. Someone kills her husband Clint in Barbados. The authorities say it was an accident, blame it on a riptide, but Cindy suspects it was foul play.

So, who wanted her husband dead? She heads back to the States and begins to suspect her in-laws-from-Hell.
Thom Swennes
Cindy and Clint Blaine were in love. Life couldn’t have been better; or could it? They married a year after meeting and went to Barbados on their honeymoon. Clint, being an avid surfer booked a hotel on the eastern coast instead of the more popular western beaches. They were happy and even Clint’s family’s disapproval of the union couldn’t change their euphoric feelings. On one fateful afternoon two days before the couple were to return home, Clint went surfing. Cindy wasn’t feeling well so she ...more
Stupidest book I have ever read, it just showed up on my kobo books and I could't remember downloading it, pretty sure it was free and I know why, don't waste an evening on this dribble. Fast read so you you want to kill a couple of hours
Death by Honeymoon is a mystery and romance and is the first in the Caribbean Mystery series by Jaden Skye. It is a great book.
Despite vociferous objections by Clint’s family, Cindy and Clint are finally married and on their honeymoon on the East side of Barbados. This is the side of the island that is the most dangerous but it also has the best water for surfing which Clint loves. They are having a wonderful time snorkeling, surfing, and just plain enjoying Barbados. One day, Cindy gets really
Alicia Kline
Wow. I feel like I just got done reading someone's first draft. This had the potential to be a decent idea, but in its current form just wasn't able to get anywhere near there. As much as I tried to find a reason to round this up to a two star, considering I'd just given a far superior book a two star, I just couldn't do it.

So many errors. I know that no one is exempt from mistakes, but this finished product led me to believe that this wasn't even read through before it was published. Spell chec
Nice setting for an exotic murder story, but very weak writing and rife with errors desperately in need of editing. I would encourage the author, when at the rough draft stage, to check and make sure general points are not repeated again and again as if they are new information. Try to flush out your characters more so we start to care one way or the other about them--at least the main ones, please. More specific details and description might have helped the basic plot idea--which had promise--i ...more
P S Karr
This is an awesome paced and interesting..

Just wish there were fewer editing errors.

Cindy and Clint have been married against the wishes of his family. The family does not approve and they make it clear to Cindy. So she is feeling a bit euphoric after a fantastic wedding on her way to honeymoon on the Caribbean island of Barbados. She feels she has defied the world and everyone who was against her. Idyllic days are spent walking on the beach, surfing, and enjoying the island cuisine
Susan Becraft
Fun book to read!

"Death by Honeymoon", although a poorly written book in dire need of editing, is a no-brainer but enjoyable mystery. Cindy and Clint are spending their honeymoon in a remote part of Barbados because Clint is an expert surfer and wants to catch the best waves. The day before their departure, Cindy is suddenly ill, leaving Clint on his own. When Cindy recovers and goes to the beach, she ultimately discovers that Clint is dead.

The remainder of this short book is predictable, as she
Good plot but poorly carried out. I felt too much was spent on how upset the main character was over her lost and her therories of how her husband was killed. And once she seemed to finally dig into her therories, she solved the case in like 2 pages.
The story was good enough, but the ending left some to be desired. It seemed to just end, and magically start leading into a new story. Good if you want to follow the series, not so good if you just want a book to read.
Melissa Hayes
I could not look past the poor grammar, typos and crappy writing to enjoy the story with the perfect setting. I have to admit though, I read through all three since I had downloaded them to my kindle.
Linda Branich
This amateurishly written who-dunnit is based on the well worn plot of a husband dying on his honeymoon and his wife suspecting foul play when no one else does. It is quite predictable and the characters are shallow. I had hoped for a new twist, but it was never there. There were a few bright spots, descriptions of the Carribean and Barbados in reminescence, that kept the book from a lower rating.

If you are looking for a quick read that doesn't take much thought or concentration, this is the bo
Annie Johnson
I love this book! So interesting!
The story opens with Cindy trying to deal with the devastating loss of her husband, who died on their honeymoon in Barbados. Cindy's loss is even more devastating in the face of the obstacles she and Clint had to overcome to get married (his family did not approve, to put it mildly) and her extremely small support system (even though a lot of people came to visit in the days right after Clint's death, the only person looking out for Cindy was her sister, Ann.) It's an extremely somber opening.

Death by Honeymoon by Jaden Skye packs a punch. This novel is short in length but contains good writing, a great story line, and interesting characters. The premise is that Cindy's husband Clint dies under tragic yet mysterious circumstances during their honeymoon on Barbados. Cindy is bereft over Clint's death and eventually comes to believe that his accidental death was anything but accidental. Of course no one believes her, including her sister Ann. Until Ann drives Cindy's car to run errands ...more
Death by Honeymoon by Jaden Skye is a light mystery, full of love and longing, with scenes from the beautiful island of Barbados. She does a great job of building a love story, and then takes us to the shattered life of Cindy, a young woman now looking for answers.

On the beautiful West side of Barbados, Cindy and Clint cement their love, their honeymoon is in just the perfect spot. The West side of the island so infrequently used by tourists is the very draw, Clint is an experienced surfer, and
Sophia F
Death by Honeymoon is a mystery book about Cindy and her husband, Clint, going to Barbados for their honeymoon. However when they are in Barbados, Clint is killed surfing, which shocks Cindy because he is a very skilled surfer. Cindy is devastated and she goes back to life without Clint. The police said his death was accidental but Cindy thinks someone could’ve murdered Clint. As the book goes on, Cindy’s gets more evidence for her theory, such as her car breaks were tampered with and she finds ...more
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Caribbean Murder (1 - 10 of 11 books)
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“We saw fouled beaches, dead wildlife, destroyed wetlands, unemployed fishermen, bankrupt tourism businesses, depressed local economies, ruined communities.” 0 likes
“Finally, there was nothing to fear. The wedding was over, he was hers, and their honeymoon so far was all she’d ever dreamt of. Lying beside him on a blanket on the white Caribbean sands, surrounded by the beauty of the turquoise waters, she exhaled.” 0 likes
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