Book Two of the Beverley Green Adventures comes home for the holidays! In this holiday novella, Beverley Green is about to spend her first Christmas in her new hometown of Guthrie, Oklahoma. Rather than sitting back and enjoying the festivities, Beverley must navigate her bookstore through the holidays, take care of her niece and nephew, and figure out how to placate her ornery landlady — all without losing her mind. In addition to her normal level of existentialism, Beverley finds herself asking unexpected holiday-related questions, such as: • Will her bookstore sell enough merchandise to survive, or will she even have a chance to find out without getting evicted first? • Is Beryl the chicken lost forever? • Can Beverley’s niece and nephew survive for three weeks in her care? (Her former houseplants are worried.) • Is a small turtle named after a fictional Scottish Detective Inspector the key to her Guthrie Christmas success or failure?
￼Will she survive her first holiday season in Guthrie? Let’s hope so!
Christmas is coming in Guthrie, Oklahoma and bookstore owner, Beverly Green has to juggle a missing chicken, two children foisted on her by her sister for the holidays, a difficult landlord plus figure out what all the this Territorial Christmas thing is. Read this story and find out how she does. It’s a great read that is very funny and clever and good hearted and won’t take very long.
Mr. Cute Boots, emergency beer, Beryl the chicken - I absolutely love Beverly Green Adventures. When I'm having a stressful day at work, a chapter or two during my lunch hour provides a wonderful escape and puts me in a good mood to face the second half of my workday. I loved niece Meg and nephew Jack and hope to find them in future adventures. Perhaps Meg will be the one to coax Sasquatch out of hiding with one of Jack's baked treats that are even better than Hostess.
Very entertaining! Beverley is trying to plan for her shop's first Christmas in Guthrie, and she isn't sure she can meet the town's expectations. Then her niece and nephew arrive to stay with her, also something she is unsure how to do. And then she discovers an unexpected visitor. And then Beryl...well, you know how Beryl is. I laughed quite a lot as Beverley met each challenge with wit and insight.