Hulda's proud of her blue-ribbon apple cider, so the fact that she's a newcomer in a Temperance town during Prohibition…well, "awkward" describes her social standing. Though she adores practicing her craft, she's tempted to hide her brewing skills in order to fit in.
But when the local rumrunner decides she's a threat to his business, Hulda has to stand up for herself. That's when things really go sideways. Or do they?
As Hulda discovers, Corsair's Cove isn't always what it seems to be.
About the Author
Rachel Goldsworthy grew up on the West Coast, sitting quietly in the kitchen of one aunt or another and nibbling homemade Nanaimo bars while the relations told tales. Some were factual, and some were true. When the time came to earn a living, Rachel took those listening (and eating) skills, and wrote for magazines and newspapers stories of the people and places of the coast.
Now she’s writing the adventures of people she’s crazy about in Corsair’s Cove where love and family, like the tide, might ebb and flow, but chocolate is eternal. Every word is true.