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Summary

In her rare free time, newlywed Lee McKinney Woodyard works on TenHuis Chocolade's newest offerings, chocolate jewels. But soon the town of Warner Pier has its very own jewel heist, and then a body is found in the lake. Lee can't help but wonder if the crimes are related. Maybe if she digs up some dirt, she'll hit the mother lode.

©2007 Eve Sandstrom (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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  • 09-10-15

Narrator is hard to listen to

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would recommend this book if you like a simple who-done-it. The story in the book is good but the narrator is tough to listen too. She tries hard to be southern and fails in the attempt. Her struggle to pronounce each and every word perfectly drags the story on and on. I had to forward the tape to the end to get through the last hour. If there was a different narrator I would consider listening to more books in this series.

What aspect of Teresa DeBerry’s performance would you have changed?

For her to not try so hard to be southern or not be so determined to enunciate each and every word as if she was talking to people who have difficulty understanding English.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Probably not.