(Trash to Treasure Crafting Mystery #1)
by Rose Pressey
Publisher: Rose Pressey
Pub. Date: April 4, 2012
My Rating: ♥♥♥♥
Summary: ~from B&N~
It's summertime in Honeysuckle, and everyone is lazing in the shade with a tall glass of lemonade. Everyone except Raelynn Pendleton. she's stuck working at the local store to make the rent while her no-good ex-husband lives it up with a floozy.
When she inherits a Victorian house, Raelynn jumps at the chance to turn her life around. How can she afford the upkeep on such huge place? Simple. She'll run it as a hotel. Problem is, she has no experience and the decor dates back to the Dark Ages. She'll have to use her secret talent for turning junk into treasure or she'll never snag an overnight guest.
But before the new Honeysuckle Hotel even opens for business, Raelyn discovers the body of a young woman in the garden. As a newcomwe in town. Raelyn is blamed for the murder. She's fired from her job, which could mean she'll lose the house. The only eay to save Honeysuckle Hotel is to find the real killer - with or without the Sexy Kent Klein.
One way or another, Honeysuckle will be buzzing.
Rose Pressey does a great job creating a story with believable characters. Murder at Honeysuckle Hotel is another wonderful fun book to read by Rose Pressey. The stories that Rose is known to write are fun paranormal mystery/ romances with werewolves, vampires, ghosts and witches. She has created another series, Trash to Treasure Crafting Mystery series that is not a paranormal romance but it is a mystery romance. I will definitely be looking forward reading more of this new series. After her divorce Raelynn is learning to make it on her own. Raelynn is a gril finding herself single again. She is learning to embrace a new life and in doing so becomes a self confident strong woman. She is fortunate to have a wonderful best friend and a gorgeous sexy cop friend. A romance and mystery that I did not want to stop reading. This book has plenty of fun, humor and mystery. I love all of Rose Pressey's books.
Here is a link to Rose Pressey's goodreads and webisite :