Sweet Tea (Second book in The Tea Series)

March 24, 2014 - Comment

Praise for The Tea Series:  I loved the series and had to have them all.I laughed out loud. These helped me keep my sanity when taking two masters courses to finish early while still working and being wife and mom. I could really identify with the sisters and friends. —  Peggy The characters in the

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Praise for The Tea Series:  I loved the series and had to have them all.I laughed out loud. These helped me keep my sanity when taking two masters courses to finish early while still working and being wife and mom. I could really identify with the sisters and friends.

—  Peggy

The characters in the Tea Series are people you’d like to know and part of a family that welcomes you with open arms.  More than 170,000 copies of the books in this series have been sold.  You will find that each book in the series is a fast and fun read.  Each installment is a hybrid of the traditional novel and the serial novel (each is a full-length novel and leads directly into the next installment – the series is best when read in order.  The story continues throughout all of the books.)

Sweet Tea – the second book in the Tea Series begins right where Hot Tea left off.

Cara and Teagan are dealing with wishes come true.  The good news is that each of them has found the man of her dreams, unfortunately this is not news easily broken to their traditional mother.  Further complicating their lives, they find themselves in the middle of a serial murder investigation; worse still, Cara may have come to the attention of the murderer.

With their lives spinning slightly out of control, some of it good, some of it not, Cara and Teagan depend on each other, humor, their family and their not so common sense, to keep them going.

Sweet Tea is approximately 71,800 words and is professionally edited and formatted.

Comments

R. Acoya says:

Another quick read, but still no closure. is the next chapter in Sheila Horgan’s Tea series, directly following . We continue to work through that ol’ murder mystery, still not figuring out whodunnit, but we are graced with some more new characters who feel like old friends.This is another quick read, but definitely not a standalone book;…

FW says:

Disappointing Would have appreciated knowing that you have to buy ALL of the books in order to get the full story (I’m guessing it will eventually get to the conclusion, though the next book isn’t out yet and who knows how many you’ll have to buy in order to get to the end). I think it is a very sleazy tactic to require readers to buy more books just to see how the story ends. Should have been better edited, too. Too many typos and bad spelling. Characters ALMOST interesting, but fall way short and the plot…

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