When Megan decided to open a shop on the boardwalk... she never planned on murder.
Uprooting her life to the tiny seaside town of Seacrest has been a lifelong dream. But it wasn't just her boyfriend's proposal that set her plans in motion. The final words of Megan's late best friend still ring in her ears. "Promise me you'll live your dreams, Meg."
However, her first day running her new scooter rental shop comes with one massive hiccup. A purse-snatcher dashes out the front door and Megan takes off after him. The man collides with a stray dog and tumbles to the ground, but when Megan stops to assess the situation, she finds a few things to be suspicious. For one, the dog is now wearing someone's glasses. But, more importantly, the purse thief is a billionaire who couldn't possibly be hurting for money. As the moment unravels, she finds him harmless.
But not everyone Megan encounters is as harmless as they seem. There's the charming English woman who runs a bookstore a few doors down, the young college student Santiago who's a shameless flirt, not to mention the fireman, the construction crew, and the rest of the gang. Somewhere out there is a murderer, and as she stumbles across the clues, they set their sites on Megan.
Characters were awesome! Megan was a RN and I would have appreciated her using her abilities to assist her friends. Otherwise the plot was intriguing.
I love any mystery book that deals with animals. Loved Fred it made me cry. You got to read .
Absolutely wretched writing
What a genuine pity. The premise of the book is clever, but the writing is abysmal, from cardboard characters, a milksop “heroine” and complete absence of color, right down to horrible grammar. Reading this book was simply painful.