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- Print Length: 222 pages
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- Publication Date: March 15, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B079KL3WZB
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,099 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So when this popped up I was sounds interesting. The story focuses around Jill Andrews and her son Mikey who is 3 and attends Busy Bee Preschool, a daughter and her husband Adam an attorney in Seattle. They live across Puget Sound in the town of Ericksville. Along with her family Jill’s in-laws Lincoln and Beth Andrews own the Boathouse Event center and wonderful venue for weddings, graduations and large parties. Her brother’s sister Desi is a wonderful baker and owns the coffee shop Beans Talk Café. Her husband Tomas Torres is a local police officer and they have a son age 3 called Anthony. Desi is experiencing a difficult pregnancy. The story line centers on these individuals with of course a murder.
The story centers on the untimely death of Samuel Westen and her pregnant sister-in-law Desi Torres throwing a pen at a town meeting and brownies she baked at his house. Desi had been informed by Mr. Westen that her lease would not be renewed on her bakery. Mr. Westen is not a very nice individual, he lives next door to Jill and is on the town council. He recently got the council to approve a seven story condominium that towers over everything down town and is owned by Elliott Elkins and Perry Winston.
Jill navigates while being a Mom, working at the Boathouse and wondering if she should reenter the workforce in her profession of a marketing representative. You will find yourself laughing; I can’t think how she is doing it all but it’s a fun story and one you should enjoy.
Loved the plot and ending.