Thursday, December 3, 2015
Book Review - CHAPEL SPRINGS SURVIVAL by Ane Mulligan
Oh, Ane, you've gone and done it again. First you revive a little town dying on the vine, and now you want to squelch the incoming entrepreneurs. For shame.
Claire Bennett has more energy than her body can contain, so naturally it's got to have an outlet. In the prequel to this (Chapel Springs Revival), Claire had almost single-handedly gotten a struggling economy onto its feet and running toward the finish, uh, beginning, line.
Now there's a big problem. Tourists are coming in droves too big to handle, and locals are moving out. Even Claire's best friend, Patsy--her husband was talking about moving. Wes (Claire's and hubby Joel's son) is flunking out of college and is acting sneaky. And that scalawag of a Mayor has something up his sleeve.
Claire has her work cut out for her, but she's up to the challenge if she can just keep from winding up in traction at the hospital. Her heart's in the right place, but her feet seldom follow suit.
Ane Mulligan, this book has even more chuckles and belly laughs than the last! Thank you!
Available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
I received a free beta copy of this book in return for a preread. The honest review was my choice.