Have you ever wondered what it would be like to run your own bed-and-breakfast? Many hip celebrities such as Tori Spelling have tried their hand at it. Imagine waking up in the morning to the smell of homemade sweet treats with hot piping coffee. From romantic bedroom suites adorned with antique furniture to a picturesque setting in an old, historic home, being an innkeeper would most certainly be a fascinating job.
This month’s Jen’s Jewels Mary Daheim couldn’t agree with me more. Just released is her twenty-seventh bed-and-breakfast mystery titled The Wurst Is Yet To Come. Fan-favorite innkeeper and amateur sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynn is back in action ready to solve her latest case. With Mary’s usual charm and witty dialogue, she has once again fashioned a delightful read perfect for a lazy summer day.
As part of this interview, William Morrow, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, has generously donated five copies for you, my favorite readers, to try to win. So, don’t forget to look for the trivia question at the end. Thanks for making Jen’s Jewels a part of your summer reading.