By: Susan ByrdeWhen Bruce first meets Abby, the most attractive thing about her is that she’s standing in an office with a working air conditioner. When he finally coaxes a smile out of her, she reveals a single dimple in her right cheek. It is this one feature that gets under his skin and begins to infect his thoughts. Intrigued by the fact that she seems immune to his charms, he begins his pursuit. The harder he tries to get to know her, the more evasive she becomes.
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Book DescriptionCity girl Poppy desperately wants to pay off her debts, quit her dead-end job, find her father... oh, and keep a plant alive. But she knows that these are just hopeless dreams--until the day a letter arrives. Suddenly, Poppy is on a train heading deep into the English countryside to claim a mysterious inheritance. And the last thing she expects to receive is a cottage garden nursery--complete with romantic climbing roses, fragrant herbs, a ginger cat with serious attitude... and a dead body.
Now she must solve the mystery or risk losing her new home and the chance for a fresh start. But who would want to murder a gardener in a sleepy little village? Could a reclusive inventor have something to do with the killing? What about the brooding crime author next door? And why is her long-lost cousin so desperate for her to sell the cottage?
Poppy might not know her pansies from her petunias, but that doesn't stop her digging for clues. The only problem is that she could be digging her own grave too...
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