There’s always something to gossip about in Savannah, Georgia, and Reagan Summerside always seems to be in the middle of it. She’s busy enough running her consignment shop, The Prissy Fox, with her vivacious Auntie KiKi, but now the gossip—and the sales—are about to pick up after a gruesome... show more
There’s always something to gossip about in Savannah, Georgia, and Reagan Summerside always seems to be in the middle of it. She’s busy enough running her consignment shop, The Prissy Fox, with her vivacious Auntie KiKi, but now the gossip—and the sales—are about to pick up after a gruesome discovery… Reagan’s messy divorce has left her with nothing but a run-down Victorian and a bunch of designer clothes. Strapped for cash, Reagan makes use of the two things she has left, turning the first floor of her home into a consignment shop and filling it with the remnants of her rich-wife wardrobe. Thanks to his cunning lawyer Walker Boone, her ex got everything else, including the Lexus—not to mention a young blond cupcake. When Reagan finds the cupcake dead in the Lexus, she’s determined to beat Boone to finding the murderer. As it turns out, the gossip fiends flooding Reagan’s shop will give her a lot more than just their unwanted clothes—they have information more precious than a vintage Louis Vuitton…
Publish date: October 2nd 2012
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Consignment Shop Mystery (#1)
Reagan's ex-husband, Hollis, is accused of murdering his fiancée. If Reagan does not find the killer, she may lose her house to attorney fees. So she starts looking for the murderer and keeps running into Walker Boone, her ex's lawyer. I laughed throughout this book I enjoyed it so much and can...
This was fun. I liked the interaction between Boone and Reagan. I hope they keep it up in the next book.
3.4Had some issues with this one that prevented it from getting any higher in stars but still a decent start to a series.More to come
Liked this, didn't love it. Several things majorly wrong with the whole premise of this one, but some really great characters saved it. Will read the next and see if it gets better.
In spite of several things being fundamentally wrong with this story, and the fact that I nailed the murderer almost from the start, it wasn't a bad book. First what I didn't like: The story is about a woman just coming out of her divorce who gets nothing except her house. Her ex has yet to sign ...