It figures . . .
I went my whole adult life with a crush on Cashel Morgan. Since before we both graduated from Mudville High—Go, Hogs! But I never got out of the friend zone with him. Until now. A decade after graduation.
And why is Cash interested in something more now when he never was before? That’s the most annoying, frustrating, exasperating, ridiculous part. It’s all because another guy asked me out.
No doubt about it, Cash Morgan is going to drive me insane, if I’m not already there. Because in the middle of my personal drama in what was formerly a non-existent love life, is the fact something wonky is happening at my store. Things going missing. Things being moved.
My friend Harper thinks it’s a ghost. Our friend Bethany thinks I’m just forgetful.
I’m not sure what I think—about any of it. The strange happenings in my shop. My date with the hot deputy investigating the oddities in my store. And especially not Cash.
All I know is that with all the craziness that’s happened around Mudville over the past six months, starting with Harper moving to town and her discovery of all the town’s secrets stashed in Agnes’s attic, we had better start to expect the unexpected.
RED HOT is a laugh-out-loud romp through the small town of Mudville featuring a love triangle one overworked shopkeeper never expected or wanted, a middle sibling who discovers he might possibly love someone else more than he loves himself, a mystery involving a very coveted missing cape, an estate sale full of clues, a surprise stranger—or two—who no one saw coming, more of the quirky Mudville characters you’ve come to love, and some of the most adorable baby animals ever!
I loved Red and Cash
I feel like I’ve been waiting for the continuation of this series forever. I loved Red and Cash. I desperately wanted to see them get their happy ever after. Somehow, this wasn’t quite the story I wanted for them, though. The quirky residents of Mudville of the previous book transitioned into being just f-ing loopy for this one. I almost felt like this book was trying to do too many things at once. And most of them didn’t result in endings that I was satisfied with. I had so much fun with Red and Cash, though. Their push-me/pull-you dynamic, while often frustrating, was also all kinds of entertaining to watch. I’m eagerly looking forward to the next Mudville book.
I received a complimentary copy of this book through Booksprout.
OMG! This story was so sweet! Cash was so cute over his conundrum for the feelings he had for Red. Besides the romance toss in a baby cow, a boy and a dog, along with the other interesting characters of Mudville and you have the makings of a endearing and entertaining book. Love this series so far!