Love ‘Em and Leaf ‘Em

Love ‘Em and Leaf ‘Em

Series: Pebble Cove Teahouse Mysteries, Book 7

Love is in the air in Pebble Cove. Unfortunately, so is murder. 

After two years of seeing ghosts, Rosemary Woodmere has never encountered a spirit who has appeared so soon after they were murdered. But the ghost of Dominic Frost proves it’s possible when his spirit is the one who stumbles upon his dead body. Sure they’ll find answers if they act fast, Dominic begs Rosemary to help find his killer. 

Unfortunately, the local playboy has left behind a long list of scorned lovers, with ample motives to kill. Even dead, the spirit spends more time flirting than helping Rosemary with the case.

In contrast to Dominic’s failed relationships, everyone in Rosemary’s life seems to be coupling up. Her mom’s wedding is fast approaching, Jolene’s on vacation with her new beau, and even Callie has a promising date. 

When Rosemary’s search for Asher’s killer leads her to his distant relative, the similarities between him and Asher are unmistakable, with one noticeable difference: he’s not a ghost. But does Rosemary’s heart already belong to someone else?

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Books in this series

Pebble Cove Teahouse Mysteries (Completed Series)

Pebble Cove Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries (Completed Mini-Series)

Return to Pebble Cove for a mini-series of shorter mysteries featuring Callie, Rosemary’s sister. Callie’s running the Gull’s Nest bed-and-breakfast, but that doesn’t mean her life is drama free. Between cranky guests who show up dead and those who don’t show up at all, Callie has her hands full. And that’s not even taking into account her personal life or the ghosts she can speak to. Each of these novellas includes a stand-alone mystery, which is wrapped up by the end of the book, but this mini-series is best read in order to avoid spoilers.

*This mini-series follows the events of the Pebble Cove Teahouse Mysteries so make sure you read that series first to avoid series spoilers.