This week, I'll be pulling quotes from my current read - Assaulted Pretzel by Laura Bradford.
This is the second in her Amish Mystery series. I'm fast approaching the half way point, and it's as great as the first.
But the review will come next week. For now, let's get to the quotes. Here's how the book begins:
Claire Wheatherly was just reaching for a slice of Ruth Miller's second-to-none Shoo Fly Pie when she heard it - the slow rolling rumble of an approaching storm that threatened to put a kibosh on the treat she'd been hankering for all week. Shielding the plate with her body, she dove her fork into the gooey goodness and - ...
Yes, that is actually how the first paragraph ends. So maybe I'm being a little mean, but there you have it.
I'm actually going to skip to page 58 for the next quote. Not really anything good on page 56. But on page 58, there's this:
The more formal greeting died on her lips at the sight of Jakob standing just inside the shop's front door with a camera in one hand and a pair of gloves in the other.
So there you have it. I'm hoping to finish this book on Saturday, and with how quickly it is going, I don't see that being a problem.
Hope you have a great long weekend, even if that means a few hours doing nothing but reading. That's definitely in my plans for the weekend.