“Thyme for Love” review

What an awesome book. I read the first page and was hooked. Ms. Meyers did an awesome job of incorporating Marc and April’s previous relationship issues into the present. Their struggle to reconnect is apparent, as is their love for one another, but the obstacles in their way are immense. April finds it hard to trust Marc after he left her. Marc struggles to understand why April brushed him off. Misunderstandings abound. Trust, truth, time, and God help them overcome.

The “who-done-it” feel of the book kept me guessing throughout. First I thought it was this person, then that one. I’m not a very good mystery guesser, but even if you are, I think you’ll like Thyme for Love. Up until the end I didn’t know __________ did it. (haha, you have to read it to find out.)

Here’s the blurb:

April Love has always dreamed of being a chef. But she didn’t expect a former fiancé or murder to be part of the recipe for her new job.

When April Love signs on to be an in-house chef at an old lakeshore mansion in Canoga Lake, Wisconsin, she comes face to face with her long-lost love, the drop-dead gorgeous Marc Thorne. It doesn’t take long for their old magnetism to recharge, but how can she trust the guy who left her nearly at the altar eight years earlier? Her gut tells her something happened to Marc in between—something he’s reluctant to reveal.

When April’s boss is murdered, Marc is accused of the crime. Unless April can find out who really killed Ramón Galvez, her chances for love will end up at the county jail. But someone else is just as determined she not solve the mystery…and will go to any length to stop her.
Come back on Friday, November 18th to learn more about Pamela S. Meyers when I interview her here. You will be blessed.
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As always – under HIS wings,

PS. I received Thyme for Love for free to preview. I was not compensated in any other way. The above opinion is mine and mine alone. I hope you enjoy the book as much as I did.

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