1. An irrational belief arising from ignorance or fear.
2. Circumstances under which Maggie Greenlee lives her life.
Maggie’s life revolves around superstition. Never walk under a ladder, don’t let a black cat cross your path, Maggie’s favorite, toss a pinch of salt over your shoulder for good luck, are staples Granny taught her. But the biggie, never tell your dreams before breakfast, is the one Maggie is sure is an old wive’s tell. But after Maggie hears that someone had a dream that Maggie was left at the altar, before breakfast-no less! –Maggie pulls out all the superstitious stops to make that dream not come true.
Until her fiance breaks off their engagement and she loses her job…all in one week.
Maggie goes back to Grandberry Falls where Granny’s sweet tea and the annual Jubilee is just the cure she needs. Only everyone seems to be keeping a secret from her.
Mayor Mitch Dozier is busy working on the eminent domain case against Maggie’s granny’s farm. Maggie’s granny insists that Maggie doesn’t find out about the case, and Maggie is a distraction he doesn’t need.His heart was broken once by Maggie Greenlee. He won’t let it happen again.
Will Maggie and Mitch discover that the future of Grandberry Falls depends on them?
“Full of wit, humor and colorful characters, Tonya Kappes delivers a fun, fast-paced story that will leave you hooked!” Bestselling Author, Jane Porter
“Fun, fresh, and flirty, Carpe Bead ’Em is the perfect read on a hot summer day. Tonya Kappes’ voice shines in her debut novel.” Author Heather Webber
“I loved how Tonya Kappes was able to bring her characters to life.” Coffee Table Reviews
“I love, love, love this book. I enjoyed reading about Hallie’s friendships and her trials and tribulations. Her Aunt Grace was a hoot, especially the pink poodle. Too darn funny. As you already know I was crying and I had to put the book down. That, makes a truly awesome read for me, because I became a part of the story and loved Aunt Grace as much as Hallie.
Again, this was worth the wait and I can’t wait to read your next story.” Reader, Dru Ann
“I don’t write many reviews but some books are so outstanding I just have to. This is one of them. Tonya Kappes is one of the freshest new voices in women’s fiction, and I can’t wait to read more from her.” Reader, Melissa Lapierre
“This book was funny and clever with a unique premise. I truly couldn’t put it down.” Author Diane Majeske
“Tonya Kappes has written a fast paced cozy mystery that kept me guessing till the end. Full of likeable characters, Splitsville.com is humerous and I was caught up in the story right from the beginning. I’m definitely looking forward to more books in this series!” Author Sheila Seabrook
“I loved this book. Grandberry Falls is my kind of town and I for one would love to live there and get to know all the local folks. I enjoyed reading this book and can’t wait to read the next book about Grandberry Falls by Tonya Kappes. I have added Tonya Kappes as one of my new favorite authors.” Jean Segal
About The Author
Tonya is an Amazon Movers and Shakers, and International bestselling author. She writes humorous cozy mystery and women’s fiction that involves quirky characters in quirky situations.
Splitsville.com, the first novel in the Olivia Davis Mystery Series, is a double finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Mystery and Humorous Categories.
Carpe Bead ‘em is a finalist in Amazon’s eFestival of Words in the Women’s Fiction Category.
She travel to various writer’s groups giving workshops on marketing and promoting no matter where you are in your career or what journey you take in publication.
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