Easy as Pie at Bobby's Diner

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Georgette Carlisle lost her first husband, and is about to lose her next one: Hawthorne Biggs. She’s running the diner with Roberta, her late husband’s daughter. When old friend, Helen, comes back home after a failed attempt at a writing career, she is, once again, attracted to Georgette’s man. After the two women part company Helen goes missing. While digging around, Georgette finds out that Biggs has a dangerous past. With Roberta at her side, the two women brave separation, torture, and near death at the hand ...
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Overview

Georgette Carlisle lost her first husband, and is about to lose her next one: Hawthorne Biggs. She’s running the diner with Roberta, her late husband’s daughter. When old friend, Helen, comes back home after a failed attempt at a writing career, she is, once again, attracted to Georgette’s man. After the two women part company Helen goes missing. While digging around, Georgette finds out that Biggs has a dangerous past. With Roberta at her side, the two women brave separation, torture, and near death at the hand of Biggs. And, after taking him down, the women find a new strength and belonging. EASY AS PIE is the number two book in the four-part “Bobby’s Diner” series.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984400003
  • Publisher: Blue Star Books
  • Publication date: 5/15/2010
  • Pages: 248
  • Product dimensions: 5.78 (w) x 8.62 (h) x 0.65 (d)

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  • Posted January 10, 2011

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    Easy As Pie At Bobby's Diner

    Georgette is a widow and running a diner with her late husband's daughter when she meets Hawthorne and a second chance at love. When Georgette's friend Helen comes back to town and stays with Helen, Helen and Hawthorne do the dirty deed. Georgette has enough of both Helen and Hawthorne. Then Helen is found murdered and Hawthorne wants to reconcile. But is Hawthorne hiding a secret? This is the second book of a four book series, but holds its own. I found Georgette to be a strong character and the novel a fun one to read.

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  • Posted December 18, 2010

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    full of romance and mystery

    This is the second book in this series of Bobby's Diner, I did not read the first one so I had to use my imagination on what took place as I started to read this one. Bobby had dies in the first book and his two wives had been willed the Diner that was worth over a million dollars. Bobby and his first wife Venessa had a daughter Roberta. Roberta was not a lot younger than Bobby's second wife Georgette and all the women got along really well. Venessa had died from breast cancer not long after Bobby died so Georgette was left alone with the full ownership of the Diner.


    In comes a friend Helen to stay with Georgette until she could find a place to stay, don't know how this will work out as she was the wife of the town's mayor but he had dies also. A lot of people dieing huh? Georgette was engaged to a good looking man named Hawthorne and he was a lady charmer, well------not sure how this will work out.


    Things go from bad to worse as Helen is killed, Roberta is kidnapped and beat up, so what is going on?


    The book was a really good and interesting story line, it kept me wondering what is going on now? BUT there is one thing bad about the book, there is a lot of cursing and very bad words used all through the book and I think it could have done without those. I am a Christian and I just put my finger on the words, but I still knew what they were. I wanted to read the book and do the review since it was sent to me free just for an honest review and I hope I have done that. Thanks to Susan's Publicity team from sending me this book to review.

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