Friday, May 4, 2018

Friday Memes: Flowers and Foul Play by Amanda Flower

Happy Friday everybody!
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Beginning:
I will never eat cake again. This is a vow that I can keep. Unlike my wedding vows that I will never have a chance to uphold or say because I'm not getting married--maybe ever. I'm certainly not marrying Ethan Easton, the next big thing in country music--or so I've been told he would be, more times than I cared to count.
Friday 56:
I didn't know what I'd been thinking when I'd agreed to take Alastair's cat off Cally's hands. He seemed to be a very sweet animal, but I wasn't in a place where I could take care of a cat. I wasn't in a place where I could take care of anyone, including myself.
This week I am reading Flowers and Foul Play by Amanda Flower. I got this eARC from NetGalley. Here is the description from Amazon:
Fiona Knox lost her fiancé and her flower shop―but when she flies to Scotland to inherit her godfather’s cottage and possibly magical walled garden, she may lose her life as well when she’s swept into a murder investigation.

Florist Fiona Knox’s life isn’t smelling so sweet these days. Her fiancé left her for their cake decorator. Then, her flower shop wilted after a chain florist opened next door. So when her godfather, Ian MacCallister, leaves her a cottage in Scotland, Fiona jumps on the next plane to Edinburgh. Ian, after all, is the one who taught her to love flowers. But when Ian’s elderly caretaker Hamish MacGregor shows her to the cottage upon her arrival, she finds the once resplendent grounds of Duncreigan in a dreadful shambles―with a dead body in the garden.

Minutes into her arrival, Fiona is already being questioned by the handsome Chief Inspector Neil Craig and getting her passport seized. But it’s Craig’s fixation on Uncle Ian’s loyal caretaker, Hamish, as a prime suspect, that really makes her worried. As Fiona strolls the town, she quickly realizes there are a whole bouquet of suspects much more likely to have killed Alastair Croft, the dead lawyer who seems to have had more enemies than friends.

Now it’s up to Fiona to clear Hamish’s name before it’s too late in Flowers and Foul Play, USA Today bestselling author Amanda Flower’s spellbinding first Magic Garden mystery. 

14 comments:

  1. I have got to get this one. Love her books!

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  2. OOH Another book I like- I am making a list! I love mysteries, and this sounds too good to pass up!! Thanks so much for visiting me!

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  3. This sounds like just what I need to read right now. "Bouquet of suspects" indeed. Thank you for sharing it.

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  4. Ooh, this one sounds so good! Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.

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  5. I just finished reading this book and loved it. Happy reading! :)

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  6. Sounds like such a fun read! Happy weekend!

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  7. Ah, a cut squirrel! :)
    Happy Reading!

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    1. *cute*
      I've got to learn not to type so fast! LOL

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  8. Sounds like a good one.Thanks for sharing and for the visit.

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  9. Oh that looks like a fun one :) Happy reading!

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  10. I have a feeling that cat will do wonders for her. Happy weekend!

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  11. I really need to jump on the cozy mystery bandwagon, I feel I'm missing out. This one seems to be lovely too. Happy reading!

    Ronnie @ Paradise Found

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  12. I've had Amanda Flowers on my must read list for ages but this one sounds amazing! I love the teasers and I really need someone to leave me a cottage in Scotland - though I'd prefer less murders!

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