Shawn Reilly Simmons has cooked up something rocky this time, and it’s going to be a delicious read.
After surviving a brazen attack at one of her favorite local cafes, Penelope Sutherland is ready to escape the big city and head to her next film set. She and her Red Carpet Catering crew set up their kitchen on location in the tranquil mountains of Vermont.
But peace and quiet aren’t on the menu.
It starts to get hot when a series of accidents befall the celebrity tennis pro consulting on the film. Then mix in an uptight director, an isolated location, and a quirky bunch of locals with secrets of their own and that’s a recipe for disaster.
Penelope soon suspects a connection between the cafe attack and the incidents on set, and you know what comes next. She must uncover the truth before her goose gets cooked.
After a harrowing experience at her local cafe, Penelope is glad to be leaving for Vermont and catering the filming of her friend, Arlena’s new movie. A movie about a legendary tennis star, and her friend Nadia is the tennis consultant.
What she wasn’t expecting was no internet or cell service and a mile long list of things the directors don’t want. Everything is to be eco-friendly and locally sourced, but the local source is related to the directors and they are not a close family!
With what looks like a family feud building, a whole lot of quirky characters quickly begin to look like suspects, when Nadia is attacked.
This is an easy to read Cozy. I enjoyed the characters very much and they continue to develop and come to life on the page.
Netgalley/Henery Press February 06, 2018