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To a Tea by Vera Dodge March 9, 2018

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When a well-traveled individual with an interesting past applies for a job at Jan and Elaine’s tearoom, the cousins can only think that nothing is as it seems. On top of this, just as the tearoom prepares to host its first wedding, the groom mysteriously disappears! Could this be related to a recent bank robbery in town? As Jan and Elaine investigate the mysterious series of events, one can only wonder… will these cases ever be solved, or are they chasing dead ends? Find out in To a Tea, another cozy offering from Lancaster, Maine!

My thoughts:

I love the different plot lines running throughout this book. So much to keep you engaged.

Again, I just love this setting and of course throwing a wedding in the mix makes it even more beautiful.

I am enjoying this cozy series and meeting up with these two spunky cousins.

Grab your copy at Guideposts or Amazon. 

 

 

Tea Rose by Erin Keeley Marshall February 28, 2018

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Rose Young has made a mysterious discovery in her late mother’s belongings; could it reveal something about Rose’s childhood? Meanwhile, it’s election season in Lancaster, Maine! Can Rose’s father, Clifton, win the ballot and the hearts of the residents, or will a shady outsider take over the reins of the town? As if this was not enough, Brian—Jan’s son—has made a discovery that may help Elaine and Jan figure out the story behind the sapphire ring found in the walls of their tearoom… It’s a story packed full of friendship, faith, and, of course, mystery!

My thoughts:

I loved meeting back up with Jan and Elaine and their tea room. From the beginning of this book we are thrown into a new mystery and my mind immediately tried to figure out. But with each new discovery I thought of a new possibility. I also liked reading about the family history of Rose.

Overall an enjoyable read with a wonderful setting that will make you long for summer.

Visit Erin here. 

Grab your copy at Guideposts or Amazon.