Violet has to prepare for her Home Economics assessment, but with a house full of guests and a lunatic sister playing detective, how will she ever get it done? And if the dog did not destroy her mother's cake, who did? Did she really see someone lurking down at the gatehouse? Which one is the bay tree, and what does nutmeg look like anyway? Should self-confessed teachers be allowed out into society?
"Fabulous cozy mystery"
Disheartened about not being able to find "Mr. Right" on the London dating scene, best friends Jodie Lynch and Louise Hewson create a blog to not only document their disastrous dates with the numerous "Mr. Wrongs" and "Mr. Okay-for-nows" but also to help those going through the same experiences and to see where they're going wrong. How will they deal with everything the dating scene has to throw at them - planned or otherwise?
Imagine a man, no stupider or thoughtless than anyone else you might meet. He struggles with depression and the denial which is so often its travelling companion, and this takes him on a downward spiral which sucks so many others into his wake. No fall from grace happens to just one person; the high velocity spatter of a life suddenly in ruins touches everyone and no one is ever the same again.
Ellie has been taken captive by a group of leeches on the orders of a mysterious person. She has lost it all, her family, her friends and her life. All taken by the monsters but will Ellie fight for her life or submit to their will. While desperately waiting for her rescue that may never come, she finds small comfort in a familiar blue eyed man. There is no hope for Ellie unless Rhea try's to enlists the help of an old ally she turned her back on many years ago, but will this mysterious old friend want to help the desperate party?