Andy Buckland isn't thrilled when sexpot celebrity chef Lacy L'Amour decides to open a competing ethnic restaurant in small-town Beaverton - right across the street from Andy's pasta shop, the Bowtie Angel. And matters heat up when L'Amour sets her sights on both Andy's customers and her man, Malcolm Jones, who has been acting strange lately. But all of that pales in comparison when Andy's long-lost daughter is suspected of arson. Suddenly the town's outrage reaches a rapid boil, and the future of the Buckland-Rosetti clan is about to go up in flames. Can Andy beat the competition, keep her man, and catch an arsonist before her hard won reputation is reduced to cinders?
©2015 Jennifer L Hart (P)2015 Jennifer L Hart
The narrator really captures this character well. I love the relationship between Andrea and her best friend. I almost felt there should have been another book in between this and the first one. Seemed like alot happened since the first book. Looking forward to the next one!
Exciting, Suspenseful and funny
When Andy decided to let everyone know that Kaleigh was her daughter
Yes absolutely !! I listen to a lot of Audible books and she's one of my top 3 narrators.
When Andy's father came in and saved her from the fire.
I hope there is a book 3 in the works. I just love what you do with these characters, the way they talk what their actions are. The only problem is there are only 2 books :0( .. I hope there are additional books in the future and soon ! This series is a must read.
Grandmother's example inspired my love of books. Guilty pleasure = weekend naps w. 1 or more cats, & being read to sleep by Audible app.
I'm very much enjoying this series. The writing is fun and humorous. The mysteries are "light" - likely not the stuff for serious mystery lovers. But I enjoy them. The books are easy listens that make me smile, and I love the narration. The Audible version of a good "beach read."
The characters are all so colorful and kinda drama - queen - ish, but I love the story and the way the narrator has such distinctive accents for each character. The book put me in the mood to go "MAKES THA PASTA!!!!"
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