Friday, August 16, 2013
My review of Cloche and Dagger by Jenn Mckinlay
My review of Cloche and Dagger by Jenn McKinlay:
Jenn McKinlay's newest book Cloche and Dagger is AMAZING~! 5 Stars isnt enough for this great read! This is a first in a new series and she has a hit for sure!
Scarlette Parkers relationship ended in the worst possible way. By going viral on the web. Leaving Scarlette embarressed and not sure what to do next. She gets a call from her cousin Vivian in London inviting her to come and work at her hat shop. At first Scarlette hesitates and then realizes that it is a great idea she leaves her Florida home and flies to London.
When she arrives at the airport she is met by Harrison Wentworth who is there to collect her on word from her cousin who is off somewhere. Scarlett isn't sure why Vivian called her to come but she goes with Harrison anyway. Some one has to run the shop while Vivian is away.
The Hat Shop is beautiful and Scarlette is determined to help out her cousin. But things start to happen when Lady Ellis is found dead and the only thing she is wearing is a hat made by Vivian and sold by Scarlette. Scarlette becomes a suspect and is almost killed when some one breaks in to her flat and tries to smother her.
Read this FANTASTIC book to find out what happens. I enjoyed reading this book so much that it only took me a day to read it. It was delightful and fun and Jenn takes you on a wonderful trip to London where you meet amaing new friends. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves hats, mysteries and fun!
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