Shiloh Bellamy cashed in her big-city job and 401K to return home to Michigan to save the family farm, but turning Bellamy Farms into a sustainable, organic operation is no small feat. And that’s especially the case once her new investor is found dead at the farmers’ market not long after signing the contract, a contract the whole town knows her father was wholeheartedly against.
Now Shiloh must clear her family's name and track down the real killer before her farm dreams wilt before her very eyes. But with her father trying to stop any progress on his land, her cousin belittling her every effort, and the whole town believing her family to be at fault, Shiloh has to carry the investigation on her shoulders or risk all her dreams drying up before they begin.
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- Debbie Lacey
IF YOU STICK WITH IT
THIS BOOK REDEEMS ITSELF. THE FIRST HALF OR MORE OF THE BOOK IS ROUGH BECAUSE VIRTUALLY EVERY CHARACTER, OTHER THAN SHILOH AND A COUPLE OF FRIENDS, IS UNLIKABLE IF NOT DOWNRIGHT HATEFUL. AS IN ALL GOOD COZIES, THIS IS RESOLVED, BUT I BEGAN TO WONDER. I ENDED UP LIKING THE BOOK AND LOOK FORWARD TO SMOOTHER SAILING IN BOOK 2.