When young bookstore owner Rob starts a new reading group, The Monday Mystery Society attracts 10 diverse individuals, all attractive in their unique ways - and all of them single. How many of them will still be single by the group's closing party?
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Janie is a confident, professional editor in her thirties, when she's not around men. The opposite sex sends her into frazzled and tongue-tied states of being. She prefers the company of her best friend Sharon Hall, or no company at all, and is largely alone. When she joins the Monday Mystery Society book club, she hopes to make connections with other Oakville residents through literature, especially Victorian mysteries. Little does she know that at the book club, there is a tendency to find love in unexpected places.
This is a neo-Victorian romance of fine mysteries, upset stomachs, and torrential downpours. Julia can't handle people. Lara can't handle Julia. Neither of the two knows how to deal with the feelings they bring out in each other. When a shared love of Victorian mysteries bring these two mismatched girls together, can the matchmaking track record of the Monday Mystery Society remain unbroken in the face of overwhelming odds?
Daisy Mazlo faces a dilemma. She's met the man of her dreams in Cooper MacNeill, a gentleman in every sense of the word: tall, handsome, wealthy, witty, and very interested in her. But Daisy can't accept his love, so she runs away, moving back to Oakville, where she grew up, to sort out her feelings. Will the small, loving community of her past help her find herself? Will Cooper come after her? Will a letter be pivotal in resolving Daisy's dilemma?
Mary Gardner is a successful career-oriented woman with a passion for work and books. She is part of the Monday Mystery Society at Acorns, the local bookstore in Oakville. Her life is perfect, in her opinion, till she meets Stefan. Things start going downhill as he infiltrates her work, her life and her heart.