Skating Under the Wire
Rebecca Robbins has pulled the rink she inherited off the market. She's decided to stay in Indian Falls for good. Rebecca is certain that if she can get her maid of honor duties fulfilled and Thanksgiving dinner cooked, life will finally settle down to normal. But when Rebecca is hired to look... show more
Rebecca Robbins has pulled the rink she inherited off the market. She's decided to stay in Indian Falls for good. Rebecca is certain that if she can get her maid of honor duties fulfilled and Thanksgiving dinner cooked, life will finally settle down to normal. But when Rebecca is hired to look into a string of home invasions and a dead body turns up at the bridal shower, she is forced to put aside her hopes for a quiet holiday season. With the help of her Elvis-loving grandfather and her sexy, commitment-seeking large animal vet boyfriend, Rebecca has to track down thieves that have eluded the cops for years, solve a murder, get her friend safely married, and somehow cook dinner for an ever expanding guest list without getting herself killed.Boasting the drama of both madcap wedding hijinks and the infamous Thanksgiving dinner, a puzzling murder, and a wonderful cast, Skating Under the Wire is Joelle Charbonneau's most exciting mystery yet!
Publish date: October 1st 2013
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Rebecca Robbins (#4)
I needed an intensity break and with its small town setting, eccentric characters, and cozy mystery Skating Under the Wire was perfect. In this fourth outing Rebecca Robins has to juggle managing the roller skating rink she inherited from her mother with performing bridesmaid duties for her jittery ...
I truly enjoy this series and am sorry to hear that this will be the last one, at least for awhile. This one ended with the definite possiblity of a triangle looming, something I absolutely detest, so maybe an hiatus is a good thing! I was a bit surprised with who the bad guy was and always like w...
....to see the name of the town you live in in a book. It's also very nice to have met the author and know that she is a sweetheart and has a memory like an elephant. (How else would she remember me from meeting me ONE time at Printer's Row two years prior to our next and most recent meeting? Of c...