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    A new (to me) series

    As Andi-Grace and Juliette get closer to the grand opening of the B&B they're finishing up some final projects and head off to meet Nate for some mulch. But when they arrive at the job site, they're almost run down first by a VW bug and then an SUV. When they look for Nate, they find a body under a pile of mulch and a knocked out Nate. When the police decide nate is the prime suspect since his tools were used to kill the man, Andi-Grace's protective instincts rise to the surface as she works to clear Nate's name and sniff out the true murderer. I gotta tell ya, Andi-Grace is a girl after my own heart...we both love our family, friend and dogs, and my Momma hyphenated my first name too. This was the first book I have read in the series and there were no gaps, it reads fine as a stand alone. Looking forward to spending more time in Low country with the first book and future installments as well.
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    I haven't read book one in this series and I did feel as if it would have helped me to understand some of the things that were referenced when Andi Grace was talking about the plantation. At times I felt as if there was too much assumption made on the author's part that the reader would know who the characters were and where they fit in. I was sometimes confused. Some clarification would have helped. The story line about the murder was fine, if a bit too predictable.
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