The Case for Jamie (Charlotte Holmes #3)

The Case for Jamie (Charlotte Holmes #3)

The hotly anticipated and explosive third book in the New York Times bestselling Charlotte Holmes series. It?s been a year since the shocking death of August Moriarty, and Jamie and Charlotte haven?t spoken. Jamie is going through the motions at Sherringford, trying to finish his senior year without incident, with a nice girlfriend he can?t seem to fall for. Charlotte is on t The hotly anticipated and explosive third book in the New York Times bestselling Charlotte Holmes serie...

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Title:The Case for Jamie (Charlotte Holmes #3)
Author:Brittany Cavallaro
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:0062398970
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:349 pages pages

The Case for Jamie (Charlotte Holmes #3) Reviews

  • Jeff Zentner
    Feb 26, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

  • Shaun Hutchinson
    Mar 19, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

  • Brittany
    Mar 31, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

  • Kyera
    Apr 26, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

  • Rebecca
    May 10, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

    5 Stars does not do this book justice. I love: 1. Charlotte?s journey and self reflection. There was more Charlotte than ever and the payoff is real. 2. Leander. Uncle Leander is an unsung hilarious side character. I need a novella. 3. Jamie. Oh Jamie. You are swoony. 4. Bas...

    [3.0] ...

    SPOILER ALERT: This entire review is basically a spoiler. I just didn't want to hide it in it's entirety, so this is the warning. Did I totally stay up until 1 AM while sick just to read this book? Yes, it was the rational decision to make on a school night. So let me start by sayin...

    Given how much I absolutely adored the first two books in this series, it will come as a surprise to no one that I savored this third installment twice, just basking in its awesomeness, before I could bring myself to review it. I was afraid, in the beginning, that this would be an anxi...

    This book was enjoyable, but not remarkable. Jamie and Charlotte are drawn together once again to stop a criminal mastermind. Simultaneously, they?re grappling with their own personal traumas and wading through the realities of a relationship that has essentially been built around li...

    Finally, there are Charlotte POV chapters! I feel it was one of the main problems with this series to date. While there isn't a murder investigation, I found myself enjoying it nonetheless. I adore Jamie and want to put him in bubblewrap for safekeeping. I cannot wait for book 4. (...

  • Suzanne
    Mar 20, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

  • Cassi
    May 20, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

    5 Stars does not do this book justice. I love: 1. Charlotte?s journey and self reflection. There was more Charlotte than ever and the payoff is real. 2. Leander. Uncle Leander is an unsung hilarious side character. I need a novella. 3. Jamie. Oh Jamie. You are swoony. 4. Bas...

    [3.0] ...

    SPOILER ALERT: This entire review is basically a spoiler. I just didn't want to hide it in it's entirety, so this is the warning. Did I totally stay up until 1 AM while sick just to read this book? Yes, it was the rational decision to make on a school night. So let me start by sayin...

    Given how much I absolutely adored the first two books in this series, it will come as a surprise to no one that I savored this third installment twice, just basking in its awesomeness, before I could bring myself to review it. I was afraid, in the beginning, that this would be an anxi...

    This book was enjoyable, but not remarkable. Jamie and Charlotte are drawn together once again to stop a criminal mastermind. Simultaneously, they?re grappling with their own personal traumas and wading through the realities of a relationship that has essentially been built around li...

  • Sara
    May 25, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

  • mith
    Apr 01, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

  • Gaby
    Jan 16, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

  • Danielle
    Oct 18, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

  • Christy
    Mar 10, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

    5 Stars does not do this book justice. I love: 1. Charlotte?s journey and self reflection. There was more Charlotte than ever and the payoff is real. 2. Leander. Uncle Leander is an unsung hilarious side character. I need a novella. 3. Jamie. Oh Jamie. You are swoony. 4. Bas...

  • Allison
    Nov 18, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

  • Forever Young Adult
    May 10, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

  • Siena
    May 16, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

  • Kathy MacMillan
    Dec 03, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

    5 Stars does not do this book justice. I love: 1. Charlotte?s journey and self reflection. There was more Charlotte than ever and the payoff is real. 2. Leander. Uncle Leander is an unsung hilarious side character. I need a novella. 3. Jamie. Oh Jamie. You are swoony. 4. Bas...

    [3.0] ...

    SPOILER ALERT: This entire review is basically a spoiler. I just didn't want to hide it in it's entirety, so this is the warning. Did I totally stay up until 1 AM while sick just to read this book? Yes, it was the rational decision to make on a school night. So let me start by sayin...

    Given how much I absolutely adored the first two books in this series, it will come as a surprise to no one that I savored this third installment twice, just basking in its awesomeness, before I could bring myself to review it. I was afraid, in the beginning, that this would be an anxi...

  • Caitlyn
    Mar 12, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

  • Dawnie
    Mar 13, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

  • Maria (Netherreads)
    Mar 23, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

  • Rachel Strolle
    Oct 24, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

  • Camilla (ReaderintheAttic)
    Apr 09, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

  • chandler
    Mar 16, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

  • Shortcake
    Sep 11, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

  • Vicky Who Reads
    Oct 24, 2017

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

  • belle ✨(bookishlybelle)
    Mar 28, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

  • Christina (christinareads_)
    Mar 18, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

  • Fernanda Granzotto
    May 22, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

  • Marianna
    Mar 07, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

    ?????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

    Audiobook! ...

    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

    5 Stars does not do this book justice. I love: 1. Charlotte?s journey and self reflection. There was more Charlotte than ever and the payoff is real. 2. Leander. Uncle Leander is an unsung hilarious side character. I need a novella. 3. Jamie. Oh Jamie. You are swoony. 4. Bas...

    [3.0] ...

    SPOILER ALERT: This entire review is basically a spoiler. I just didn't want to hide it in it's entirety, so this is the warning. Did I totally stay up until 1 AM while sick just to read this book? Yes, it was the rational decision to make on a school night. So let me start by sayin...

  • Sara
    Apr 07, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...

    WOWOWOWOWOW Why is it that every book ends with either Jamie or Charlotte in the hospital? I LOVEd this, but it took a long time for the action & excitement to filter in--more than halfway through the book we actually get a real mystery. I just wish it had happened a little s...

    i don't know what it was about this book, but i found it significantly more enjoyable than the first two. but that may have been because of the epilogue, which i found very adorable. i am not surprised by the addition of charlotte's POV in this book. most of the time, when it was...

    The Case for Jamieis a novel that differs quite a lot from the first two books, mainly because for the first time afterA Study in Charlotte,Jamie and Charlotte are separated. While the previous books offered already a dual POV, this time the two are gonna work on their own, using...

    5/5 STARS! I am super happy to give this book 5 stars, especially after the not-so-great second book. But the final book in the Charlotte Holmes series completely lived up to the high expectations put in place by book one. All the qualms I had with the second book (confusin...

    I don't even know what it is about this series but as soon as I get a title I'm like "Yes! FINALLY! This is all I ever wanted!" ...

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    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Sherlockian Toile: Fuchsia Edish BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: Modern Watson Bonus Factor: The Big Bad Relationship Status: The Art of Deduction Seduction Read the full book report here. ...

    I would have liked to see more resolution for the secondary characters in this series (and more Lena in general) but this entire series has basically been about Holmes and Watson ignoring everyone but each other SO WHATEVER TAKE THOSE PAGES AND ADD MORE ~MOMENTS~ I AM FINE WITH THAT. ...

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    If you read the second book of this series and are hesitating about reading this book then allow me to settle your nerves and recommend to you that give this one a shot. This book was so much better than the second book. This easily was the best book out of the three and is a lot diffe...

    As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I was intrigued by the series from its premise. Brittany Cavallaro does a wonderful job bringing a new generation of detectives to life in Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson. Overall, the series is highly enjoyable and I would recommend it to fans of Ho...

    all the feels ? all the feels ?? ...more ...

    This was VERY open ended and had not enough Jamie and Charolette moments ...just saying. Actual review spoilers may be present because it is the third book in the series: Hello guys- Welcome to the Nether! Today I?m going to be talking about The Case for Jamie by Brittany Caval...

    A case of juvenile, prank-level threats, misplaced high stakes, baffling climax and directionless plot, and not enough, no, no, not enough at all. Perhaps I preferred the enigma Holmes over the girl Charlotte, whose brokenness was not explored nearly enough. All smoke, no fire. A...

    OH GOSH I can't wait for this! After binge reading the first two book, I find out I have to wait till 2018 for the next book?! Also Brittany Cavallaro is hosting a giveaway for an early bound manuscript if you want to enter on Twitter here! ...

    Review also on Christina Reads and Blogs Warning: There may be spoilers for A Study in Charlotte and The Last of August. If you have not read this book and do not wish to be spoiled, please don?t read this! Thank you. The Case for Jamie was one of my most anticipated books for ...

    5 Stars does not do this book justice. I love: 1. Charlotte?s journey and self reflection. There was more Charlotte than ever and the payoff is real. 2. Leander. Uncle Leander is an unsung hilarious side character. I need a novella. 3. Jamie. Oh Jamie. You are swoony. 4. Bas...

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  • Kayla
    Mar 10, 2018

    You guys, the brilliance of this book. Where do I start. Okay. Let?s start with fact that we get a Charlotte Holmes POV for much of the book. Charlotte is one of the most incredible characters ever to appear in YA. She is genius, hilarious, sardonic, perfectly flawed and vulnerabl...

    . . . her Watson . . . her Watson . . . HER WATSON cannot forgive her. *quietly sobs in the corner* ...

    I love love this series! I started it because of I am a fan of any retake on Holmes and Watson and within the end of the first book I bought the second and waited impatiently for this third book! I love the characters in this series. Even the villains are amusing. I cannot wait for mor...

    I just love Jamie and Charlotte so much. I love the complexity of these characters and their relationship. I didn't like this installment as much as the second book but I still absolutely loved it. I liked a lot of the relationship conflict in this book, but I thought the mystery wasn'...

    Seriously, I LOVED this whole series, and if this is the end, I can deal with that, but I would totally love more. ...

    I honestly don't know how I can live without this series now that it's over. I'M DRAINED BUT HOW WILL I GO ON ...

    This series is seriously taking a deep sea dive in regards of my reading taste. The positive: - Because Charlotte and Jamie BARELY spend any actual real time together in this book there was a lot less of the unnecessary and honestly badly written "sexual" tension (aka Jamie stari...

    A really good third book, I dont think the book series felt complete so hopefully the forth book isn't just a novella. ...