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Tracy Weber

by Cynthia Chow


When Kate Davidson agreed to train and become her best friend’s doula, Kate thought that witnessing a twenty-one hour labor would be the most disturbing sight of the night. Instead, that honor goes to the vision of the aptly named Doctor Dick making out with a nurse in the hallway of A Better Birth Associates’ birthing center. Kate sees him all too soon in her own Serenity Yoga studio, where she learns that Doctor Richard Jones is the husband of one of her students.

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by Cynthia Chow


Yoga instructor Kate Davidson may still be a work in progress when it comes to managing her temper, but she also follows the edict that those who can’t do…teach. This helps to explain why she finds herself leading a “doga” (yoga for dogs) class for dogs and their owners at Seattle’s Paws Around Green Lake 5K charity fun walk. The experience is far from relaxing, though, as they barely begin before a rogue bunny rabbit disrupts the class.

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by Cynthia Chow


As the owner of Serenity Yoga, owner Kate Davidson is long overdue for a break. However, a ten-day working vacation on Orcas Island for a destination wedding is probably not the ideal holiday. This is the first trip with boyfriend Michael. Even before they arrive at Elysian Springs, Kate has a faceoff with Monica, a leopard print-wearing trophy wife whose off-leash Jack Russell terrier nearly incites Kate’s own beloved Bella into a frenzy.

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by Sunny Frazier



Start your 2015 off with a new series penned by Maine author Lea Wait. Angie Curtis left Haven Harbor with she was 18 to escape her mom’s legacy. A decade later she’s pulled back home when her mother’s body is found. After the agent for her grandmother’s custom needlepoint business is also murder, she has to wonder: has going home stirred up some secrets? Twisted Threads will excite your interest.

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by Cynthia Chow
& Tracy Weber


This week we have a review of Murder Strikes A Post by Tracy Weber. We also have a great guest post from her about animal rescue and special needs dogs, which plays a part in her book. At the end of this post you will find details on how to win a copy of the book.

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