By Sheila Connolly
While orchard proprietor Meg Corey dreads the hard work of guide irrigation to stave off a drought, her boyfriend, Seth, couldn't be extra fascinated with doing historical protection on one among Granford's oldest homes. Tagging alongside as he alternatives up offers is meant to provide Meg a much-needed holiday, however the journey turns rotten whilst she nearly journeys over a useless physique at an outdated observed mill's woodland reserve.
But the physique isn't the single scary discovery she makes. A mysterious insect infestation turns out to have migrated to the area—one which can convey severe damage to neighborhood woodlands. And it's as much as Meg to determine what's in the back of this unexpected swarm of trouble.
Includes scrumptious Recipes
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Yeah, come on, you know,” Parker said. “The one with the really good six-pack. Whathisname. ” Mark asked. ” Parker bobbed his head like those dogs you see on car dashboards. “Him. ” “Soooo . ” Robert, who was the most serious of the three, gave Parker a speculative look. ” Parker was offended. “I’m just saying. ” “No way. You’re crazy,” I said. ” Parker did an all-purpose shrug. ” “Don’t know about my dad. I kind of doubt it. Not much upsets him. ” Mark brayed. ” “Thanks,” I said. Parker clapped a hand on my shoulder.
Bad idea. “I’m honestly not sure,” I said and turned it around. “What about you? ” “I hope so. Maybe. It’s not just the money. ” Jimmy was suddenly very intent on fitting cups. ” “What do you want to be? ” I did a double take. “Really? Like . . ” “Shut up. You mean, like a real photographer? ” Jimmy looked both embarrassed and kind of like he was about to bust a gut, he wanted to let out this secret so much— and, all of a sudden, this huge wash of relief swept through me, too: this sense of so that’s it; phew, no big deal; dodged that bullet.
Sort of,” I said. Maybe if I kept my responses brief, we’d just get past this. ” “Oh . ” I dipped a cow’s teats in iodine. “You know . ” Just as soon as the words tumbled from my mouth, I wanted to scoop them back. Why I went that far—admitted that out loud to somebody else—I don’t know. In a way, it was like I was picking up where Jimmy left off. Only now it was me daring me to lay all my secrets in the sun where everyone could see—and me, most of all. Because once said, it couldn’t be unsaid.
Golden Malicious (Orchard Mysteries, Book 7) by Sheila Connolly