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Friday, 7 November 2014

Undercover (A Matchmaker Pearl Romantic Mystery) by Delia Brendan



Blurb:


Dandelion Police Sergeant Nina Markov has never been happier since meeting FBI Special Agent Michael Hanson. However, a fairy tale ending for the pair doesn’t seem to be in the cards, as time is running out in her quest to find Russian mobster, Pavel Ivanovich—the man who has stolen a priceless family heirloom.


When Nina’s carefully lain trap for him catches his underling instead, she realizes that her only chance is to make him fall in love with her and then use him to reach Pavel.


For a recipe this convoluted, Nina is going to need the assistance of cupcake baker and misguided matchmaker, Pearl Waterman.


In the second book of the Dandelion Romantic Mystery series, Nina has to decide how far she’ll go to keep her promises, retrieve the last connection to her family, and try not to lose the only man she’s ever loved in the process.



4 out of 5 stars Kindle Copy for Review

For Pearl Waterman the co owner of My My Cupcake bakery baking yummy cupcakes is not enough to keep her busy.  She fantasies that she is a matchmaker which h leads her down a slippery slope.  Taking a bet that she can find Becky Adams the love of her life, hilarious situations occur.
While using modern technology with old fashioned notions, Pearl ends up in the middle of an FBI investigation where she becomes a suspect.  Someone has been stealing money from different banks in the small town.

Special Agent Michael Hanson leads the FBI investigator and is undercover.  He finds himself at Pearl’s bakery being a candidate for Becky.  As the two of them end up joining forces to find the criminal in question will they find the criminal or is this a disaster in the making.


This is a quick and funny story that keeps us guessing and yes craving delicious cupcakes throughout the story.



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Author Bio:




Delia Brendan was born and raised in Washington state. She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has been writing about the adventures of the people in Dandelion, Washington, since 2013.
She is married to writer Sean Brendan Brown and they live in Olympia with a very gray, fat little beagle named Katie.








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