The Big Scoop

The Big Scoop

by Sandra Kelly

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ISBN-13: 9781460370384
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 11/15/2014
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 649 KB

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The Big Scoop (Harlequin Flipside #30) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Peachtown, British Columbia is in financial trouble as a long term drought has kept tourists away. Ice Cream parlor guru Sally Danville thinks by providing the best ice cream in the world she might save her town. However, to do so she needs advertising and she has no money to do so.--- Vancouver Satellite reporter ¿Cracker¿ Jack Gold has recently won the prestigious Gobey Award. However, his ego has gotten so out of control his peers have renamed the award the ¿Goldey¿ and his boss editor McNab decides he needs to bring his superstar back to earth. He assigns Jack to cover the best ice cream in the world story in Peachtown. Jack¿s plan is in and out so fast he will make Cool Papa Bell look slow turning off that light. However, instead Jack soon finds he wants to share sundaes and other days with Sally as he begins to fall in love; Sally feels the same way too.--- THE BIG SCOOP is an enjoyable contemporary frolic that never takes itself seriously as Jack learns that his beloved¿s philosophy is that the world can be saved with a scoop of ice cream (perhaps that is what we need to deliver to the Iraqi children?). The story line is lighthearted as Jack¿s plans to leave go awry, but he is pleased to have it so as to find a personal human interest story. Sally is a likable idealist who makes cynical Jack reassesses his goals and values on what is important in life. Though a cholesterol nightmare, fans will appreciate eating ice cream with Jack and Sally.--- Harriet Klausner