Sunday, April 19, 2015

Shenanigans & Sunny Meadows & Spring, Oh My #Giveaway

SHENANIGANS IN THE SHADOWS: A Sunny Meadows Mystery Short Story by Kari Lee Townsend
Sunny Meadows Speaks

Gasp! Could spring actually be here? Finally, after all this time and SUCH a horrible winter? All of New England has had it pretty bad. And with a name like Sunshine Meadows, I need sunshine, people!

But please, call me Sunny ;)

I am so excited that my author finally has another story out for me. I was beginning to get worried. She took so long to put this short out, but I think you will all like it. It's funny and romantic and sweet and yes, mysterious, of course.

And it's a prequel to PERISH IN THE PALM which is book 4 and is about palm reading. That book will come out in June, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, what do you all do in the spring? Do you spring clean, plant flowers, golf, ride motorcycles, play tennis...inquiring minds want to know.

And my lovely author, Kari Lee Townsend, will give away a free copy of this short story to 5 people drawn from the commenters. So chime in and good luck to you all. I hope you enjoy my latest adventure ;)

To find out more about my author and all of her books, check out her website at www.karileetownsend.com and if you don't win one of the 5 books, it's only 99 cents. You can buy it at Amazon or Barnes&Noble. Honest reviews are always welcome.

Blurb:
Shenanigans in the Shadows (a Sunny Meadows Mystery) - SHORT STORY 
Includes RECIPES 

Psychic Sunshine Meadows is used to predicting trouble, but never sees the mischief and mayhem that strikes so close to home coming her way... 
After Sunny asks Detective Mitch Stone to move in with her in the small town of Divinity, NY, all chaos breaks loose as her cat Morty refuses to accept him. Life becomes impossible when the two resort to all sorts of shenanigans as they compete for her attention. When Morty sees his shadow and gives her a mischievous look, she knows she can’t endure six more weeks of doom and threatens to put them both in the doghouse if they don’t quit misbehaving. As her best friend’s maid of honor, the only task Sunny assigns Mitch is to guard the priceless heirloom wedding rings. When the rings come up missing, Mitch assumes Morty is trying to cause trouble. But when they discover Sunny’s ancient Victorian house has been broken into, the detective must put his differences aside and they all must work together to figure out whodunit. 


19 comments:

  1. In the Spring, I tend to exercise more (than I do in the winter). I guess the warm weather and sunshine makes it easier.
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  2. Looks great, thanks for the chance to win it :)
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

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  3. the title alone got my interest! would love to win and review this book! thanks for the chance!!

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  4. one of my favorite cozies!!!
    thank you!!

    cyn209 at juno dot com

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  5. This cozy would be enjoyable and a treat. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  6. Spring is when I garden, and enjoy the walks in the foothills. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. Such a fun cover. I know I am going to enjoy this. Great opportunity thank you.

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  8. It's nice to get outside in the spring and get moving...get rid of some of the winter weight. We also plant a garden! robin.christofaro@yahoo.com

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  9. Sit outside in the sun and read. I also open all the windows and do some spring cleaning when I need a break.

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  10. Oops...looks like I missed this one. And I really enjoy this series! Kuzlin at aol.com

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  11. In the spring, we host a Mother's Day Victorian Tea and a Ghost Hunt. cheers@marjimmanor.com

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  12. I love to garden and go on long walks.I use spring to organize my spring summer clothing as well as put away winter clothing and blankets. .I Love to transition my wardrobe as soon as possible. Thank you for the chance to win. itsacatslife17@yahoo.com

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  13. Thank you all for playing along ;) Enjoy!

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  14. Spring is here (mostly) for me and I am enjoying it. All the fruit blossoms are finished and new growth has started. Thanks for a lovely series.

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  15. Spring is a time for some yard work but mostly enjoying the flowers.

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  16. In spring, I get outside more and walk and look at all the flowers start to bloom as well as the trees starting to bloom like the magnolia, redbud, pear and other. We also move out plants like our banana trees. Right now the Lilac trees are starting to bloom.

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  17. Spring in south Florida is an interesting mix of "spring" (as in new growth) and "fall" (as in old leaves falling from trees.

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  18. I could use a good book to read! This looks like what I've been waiting for.

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