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Brewing Up a Storm

A Moonstone Bay Cozy Mystery, Book 6
Narrated by: Angel Clark
Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins
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Summary

Storm season has hit Moonstone Bay, and with it comes a whole lot of trouble.

Hadley Hunter thinks she’s ready for what’s to come, but she’s not. Before the storms can wreak havoc on her life, though, she has something even more frightening to deal with...lunch with her boyfriend Galen Blackwood’s mother. 

Despite her best intentions, things don’t go as smoothly as Hadley envisioned. Before she has a chance to deal with that, though, the storms bring another surprise in the form of an unconscious woman on the beach and a yacht that keeps appearing (and then disappearing) with each subsequent storm.

Hadley can’t wrap her head around what’s happening, especially when news breaks regarding the identity of the individual who was found in front of the lighthouse. It seems she’s the wife of a very rich and powerful man who disappeared a year before. In addition to that, the couple had two daughters with them at the time their boat fell off the map. What happened to them?

It’s a race against time for Hadley and her motley band of paranormal friends. They must find the yacht and uncover every horrible secret one family has managed to bury beneath a deep blue sea, and they have to do it with a monster on their tails.

At the heart of almost every family is love. At the heart of this one is despair. Somehow, Hadley will have to overcome her worst fears to become the best witch she possibly can. Here’s hoping she’s up to the challenge.

©2020 Amanda M. Lee (P)2020 Amanda M. Lee

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  • tarra babin
  • 20-07-20

love amanda m. lee

I love her books. they are interesting and funny, very imaginative. I lo e reading and listening to them

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  • Shari S.
  • 25-08-20

Escapist Lit at its Finest!

I really like the series. It has a lot of humor with its mystery, romance, and paranormal happenings. It helps me forget the problems in the world for a time. Start with book 1!

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  • Marieboo
  • 07-08-20

Fun, light story

Good story with fun characters. Nice summertime read. Like the twists and turns in the storyline.

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  • Sharon F. Laska
  • 03-07-20

Love this series

I have read all the Moonstone Bay Cozy mystery books. I love all the crazy characters and the humor in the stories. This book lives up to AML’s books. I am already looking forward to the next one. I am a big fan and highly recommend this series along with all of her others.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-07-20

Cozy mystery sameness

I feel like all the cozy mysteries must be written by the same person. so many use the same phrases. I'm not sure if this book annoyed me because of the whiny narrator or just the characters.