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Postcards from Cedar Key
November 12, 2012 - Amy Phelps
A woman moves to a small town to uncover a family secret and perhaps fall in love in "Postcards from Cedar Key" by Terri DuLong.
Berkley moved to the small tourist town to open a chocolate shop and perhaps try to find out from the residents why exactly her mother abandoned her to her grandmother and lived there for a summer. What secrets was her mother hiding? Berkley is determined to befriend the small town and find out. But her mystery solving may take a backseat as gorgeous and charming mystery writer Saxon Tate III walks into her chocolate shop and steals her heart. But Berkley is determined to know her mother's secret. Will it change her life forever when she finds out the truth?
This is a cozy story about identity and love that will entertain on a cool evening. Berkley and Saxon's romance is a warm one that will thrill readers.
"Postcards from Cedar Key" is published by Kensington. It is $15 and 304 pages long.
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