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Ivy Preston waited a long time to get married. This time she’s going to do more than make it to the altar with Apple Grove’s mayor, Adam Thompson. When Ivy tries to do a good deed and stumbles over a body, her former fiancé, Stanley, is accused of the crime. Ivy hopes she’s not the only one who believes in his innocence.
When one of her beloved kittens falls ill, Ivy must come to terms with her worries. Worse than being framed for murder, Ivy fears whether she can be the kind of wife Adam needs, and her ability to parent if she can’t even take care of a cat. Through the love and support of her mom and Adam, and her friends, Ivy is determined to clear her good name. With her nuptials looming, she hopes to not only find a killer, but make it to her own wedding.
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Ever try to do a good deed, and it backfires on you? That is what happens when Amanda Preston returns a package mistakenly sent to her to the rightful owner. Instead of getting thanks, Amanda finds a dead body, and becomes a murder suspect.
All Amanda wants to do is concentrate on her up-coming wedding, but she is pulled into investigating who really did it partially to prove her innocence. There are plenty of twists and turns to the story, and the cats in Amanda’s life even play a part in the yarn. Besides who the guilty party is, the next biggest question is whether or not Amanda’s marriage will take place. Will she be put in jail, or will her fiancé be so upset about everything that he calls off the nuptials?
This is a clean, cozy story told from a Christian point of view. The story is peppered with quirky characters, including her unusual aunt, a friend named Elvis, and her old boyfriend. You will enjoy trying to puzzle out the guilty party among the suspects. This light tale