Reunion at Mossy Creek

Reunion at Mossy Creek

Welcome back to Mossy Creek! The warm-hearted but stubborn residents of the small town whose motto is "Ain't Going No Where--And Don't Want To" are once again sorting out the joys, sorrows, and everyday mysteries of life.

This time around they've got the added drama of the big town reunion commemorating the twenty-year-old mystery of the late, great Mossy Creek High School, which burned to the ground amid quirky rumors and dark secrets. Are the villains who caused the fire at the grand old school finally ready to come forward?

In the meantime, sassy 100-year-old Creekite Eula Mae Whit is convinced Williard Scott has put a death curse on her, and Mossy Creek Police Chief Amos Royden is still fighting his reputation as the town's most eligible bachelor. Then there's the new bad girl in town, Jasmine, and more adventures from the old bad girl in town, Mayor Ida Hamilton. And last but not least, Bob the flying Chihuahua finds himself stalked by an amorous lady poodle.

All this and more - including the introduction of Mossy Creek's new recipe section, courtesy of Creekite Chef Bubba Rice - is waiting for readers in the second novel of the Mossy Creek series.

Title:Reunion at Mossy Creek
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780425191224
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    Reunion at Mossy Creek Reviews

  • Donna

    Interesting concept in this series as different authors write chapters that are really individual stories that all tie together in an overall plot. This one revolves around the reunion of Mossy Creek ...

  • Jody

    Good, easy read. Funny light entertainment. The semi-independent chapters make it ideal to carry along to medical visits for the waiting room....

  • Barbara Bland

    A fun read. ...

  • G

    More small town southern life....this is book two in the Mossy Creek series, I also downloaded this one for free. This one centers around the high school reunion happening in mossy creek and a mystery...

  • Kristen

    OK, A little drawn out with the whole conspiracy of the fire at the school. I didnt think this group of authors were as good....

  • Janyegail

    When I requested this book, I thought Sharon Sala was the author. She was only one of several authors. It was an ok book but not what I look for in one of Sharon's books....

  • Lizzytish

    More characters to meet while trying to solve a 20 year old mystery of who burned down the high school. ...

  • Jane

    This is a good read.. 420 pages however and not 320 as good read says so it will take a little longer. ...

  • Kristin

    I didn't like this near as much as I liked the first one. I really only enjoyed the last chapter. I was disappointed. The gracia of a small town caring for one another was missing :(...

  • Jennifer Power

    I love Mossy Creek....would love to live in a town like this!!! The stories were great - not as emotional as the first one but still touching and I still cried :)...