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Trouble on Main Street Sugar Mountain #1 Free read ✓ 0 ☆ A cozy mountain town a sweet romance and a secret society of sneaky womenThe sleepy hamlet of Sugar Mountain harbors a secret society of women Don’t misunderstand—the society itself is not secret—it’s the true nature of the group that is hush hushSugar MountA scheme that threatens Heidi Collinsworth’s historic home the town takes on a sinister vibe Heidi would lay odds that slimy Mayor Winslow is involved but even with the enuiring skills of The Sugar Mountain Ladies Historical Society at work proof is scarce The new guy in town Adam Williams is determined not to get involved in Sugar Mountain’s business His last job in a big city planning office ruined his life but Heidi needs his help No matter how hard he tries to stay detached Adam. If you like the No1 Ladies Detective Agency Novels you're sure to like Trouble on Main Street by Kirsten Fullmer Set in the chocolate box town of Sugar Mountain protagonist Heidi founds herself deeply entrenched in a mystery when a suspicious blood stained package arrives at the post office she runs In come the Sugar Mountain Ladies Historical Society to solve the mystery What secrets of the seemingly perfect Sugar Mountain well Heidi and the Ladies uncoverA mystery and a romance novel novel that is perfect for a weekend read with the tension being balanced with a developing love story between Heidi and newcomer Adam There is also an adorable homeless dog that you're sure to fall far I know I didIt was a nice light read so I'm looking forward to reading of the Sugar Mountain Books soon

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A cozy mountain town a sweet romance and a secret society of sneaky womenThe sleepy hamlet of Sugar Mountain harbors a secret society of women Don’t misunderstand the society itself is not secret it’s the true nature of the group that is hush hushSugar Mountain is the kind of charming village that tourists adore If you like small town charm uirky shops and local art this is the place for you But when a blood smeared package shows up at the post office and it appears to be linked to. One fine cozy mysteryAuthor Kirsten Fullmer has worked in the field of engineering has been a teacher at the college level was a freelance consultant and has an affinity for art Now retired she has published eight novels including her six part HOMETOWN SERIES LOVE ON THE LINE and now TROUBLE ON MAIN STREET An ongoing theme in Kirsten’s romance novels is the presence of strong female characters and how they cope with love life and relationships Stepping away from her previous Hometown Girl locale of Smithville this story takes place in a very ‘special’ town – Sugar Mountain North Carolina – and the uniue aspect of this setting is introduced in the Prologue “The little town of Sugar Mountain North Carolina rests in the high country of the Blue Ridge Mountains Thanks to the beautiful scenery secluded location and four changing seasons the area is a cherished tourist destination Historians note that the first European settlers came to the area in 1775What historians don’t know is that the sleepy hamlet of Sugar Mountain harbors a secret society of women Don’t misunderstand – the society itself is not secret – it’s the true nature of the groups that is hush hush’ Mystery and the reader’s curiosity established the story presses forward Kirsten’s summary outlines the plot ‘Sugar Mountain is the kind of charming village that tourists adore If you like small town charm uirky shops and local art this is the place for you But when a blood smeared package shows up at the post office and it appears to be linked to a scheme that threatens post master Heidi Collinsworth’s historic home the Sugar Mountain Ladies Historical Society take matters into their own hands Heidi would lay odds that slimy Mayor Winslow is involved but even with the enuiring skills of the society at work proof is scarce The new guy in town Adam Williams is determined not to get involved in Sugar Mountain’s business His last job in a big city planning office ruined his life but Heidi needs his help No matter how hard he tries to stay detached Adam finds himself eyeball deep in Heidi’s problems as well as the needs of her teenage son and a homeless dog With conflicting theories abounding and tensions running high it’s up to the ladies of the society to don disguises and go undercover If they’re not careful the town is in danger of falling to a wrecking ball Heidi falling for Adam and the secret society being exposed ’A cozy mystery a small town romance and in Kirsten Fullmer’s hands this novel comes alive with vigor a refreshing and satisfying experience Recommended on many levels

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Trouble on Main Street Sugar Mountain #1Finds himself eyeball deep in Heidi’s problems as well as the needs of her teenage son and a homeless dog With conflicting theories abound and tensions running high it’s up to the ladies of the society to don disguises and go undercover If they’re not careful the town may fall to a wrecking ball Heidi may fall for Adam and the secret society will be exposed Meet the cast of colorful characters in this charming and zany introduction to a whole new series of romantic cozy mysteries. Trouble on Main Street is the first book in a new series from Kirsten Fullner This author is renowned for creating strong female characters and exploring the bonds between them and this story does just that Set in the idyllic small town of Sugar Mountain the characters of this book form a secret women’s society who work to unfold a mystery that threatens to destroy all that they hold dear while offering the reader moments of comedy and sheer sass along the way The story starts off gently mirroring the mood of the small town but gradually increases pace to become a riveting page turning puzzle This is a feel good read with elements of romance that is well written with a compelling plot and characters you can’t help but like and admire It sits comfortably in the cozy mystery genre and will be popular among readers who enjoyed the likes of Joanna Fluke and Ellery Adams