Dollars to Donuts

Dollars to Donuts April Patterson Had The Idea Moving To Boxwood Hills Would Be Like Stepping Into A Fairytale She D Envisioned Quiet, Tree Lined Streets, Friendly Neighbors And A Chance To See If Love Was Going To Be The Answer Boy, Was She Mistaken Instead Of Happily Ever After, April S Been Grasping For Privacy As She Plays Dodge The Neighbor , Found Herself An Unwitting Player In An Eyebrow Raising Cul De Sac Mystery And Being Forced To Examine Her Relationship Motives All Before Unpacking Her Last Box.Will She Be Able To Muddle Her Way Through And Get It All Sorted Betchya Dollars To Donuts She Gets Plenty Of Chances To Try. What would you do if you moved from a big city to a small town where your neighbors are nosy, meddling and just plain weird What if you had to play dodge the neighbor every time you stepped outside your door What if you thought that moving in with your boyfriend was a good thing, but now you find yourself reconsidering this decision, especially if you find yourself attracted to the male house guest your boyfriend brought home This is what April Patterson s life is like when she leaves the b What would you do if you moved from a big city to a small town where your neighbors are nosy, meddling and just plain weird What if you had to play dodge the neighbor every time you stepped outside your door What if you thought that moving in with your boyfriend was a good thing, but now you find yourself reconsidering this decision, especially if you find yourself attracted to the male house guest your boyfriend brought home This is what April Patterson s life is like when she leaves the big city to move in with her boyfriend come take a stroll down April s cul de sac neighborhood and find out what happens in Dollars To Donuts Just when April Patterson thought that she was settling into small town living with her boyfriend, Kevin, some crazy neighbors, an attractive stranger and two stalkers have April questioning e
Kathleen Kole is on tour with CLP Blog Tours April Patterson is starting to seriously question her move to Boxwood Hills The sleepy little suburban town has her dodging her kooky and overly nosy neighbors, gives her a mystery involving said neighbors and a dead rodent, and leads her relationship with boyfriend Kevin down an unknown path The bright side to moving April gets to spendtime with her sister Jessica Jessica is needed when the mystery deepens, stalkers become involved, and Ap Kathleen Kole is on tour with CLP Blog Tours April Patterson is starting to seriously question her move to Boxwood Hills The sleepy little suburban town has her dodging her kooky and overly nosy neighbors, gives her a mystery involving said neighbors and a dead rodent, and leads her relationship with boyfriend Kevin down an unknown path The bright side to moving April gets to spendtime with her sister Jessica Jessica is needed when the mystery deepens, stalkers become involved, and April and Kevin s new houseguest begins to entice April Dollars to Donuts is Kathleen Kole s second novel, after Breaking Even Like the first book, this one was a fast and cute read that kept me happily engaged with the characters as I kept reading I loved the relationship between April and her sister Jessica It was warm and humorous and sometimes filled with drama, but a strong bond
Oh Kathleeen Kole, you have done it againyou have given me another fun filled read, an adorably charming chick lit novel I love the character of April Patterson I think of all the books I have reviewed this year, this is the one that I identified with the most Accused by her sister, Jessica, of letting her life live her instead of the other way around, April evidently has a history of bouncing from one situation to the next I can relate, most definitely.The big problem starts when her liv Oh Kathleeen Kole, you have done it againyou have given me another fun filled read, an adorably charming chick lit novel I love the character of April Patterson I think of all the books I have reviewed this year, this is the one that I identified with the most Accused by her sister, Jessica, of letting her life live her instead of the other way around, April evidently has a history of bouncing from one situation to the next I can relate, most definitely.The big problem starts wh
April, has her own newspaper column, lives with her boyfriend and all she should be worried about is her nosey neighbors Her neighbors though takes nosey to a whole new level, with police investigations into dead squirrels and screams lead tothan one late night neighborhood meetings on the lawn But, at least it is something in the small town to keep April busy and looking over her shoulder More than just the takes with her sister, Jessica, who is asking questions that is making April re April, has her own newspaper column, lives with her boyfriend and all she should be worried about is her nosey neighbors Her neighbors though takes nosey to a whole new level, with police investigations into dead squirrels and screams lead tothan one late night neighborhood meetings on the lawn But, at least it is something in the small town to keep April busy and l
I really liked this book Normally, I m a little hesitant about books that involve people who are attracted to someone who isn t their significant other, but this book is just too hilarious for words.Every scene with Dodge the Neighbor is awesome The neighbors are completely oblivious to their own ridiculousness Who hasn t had a neighbor like that And each neighbor is so nosy You kind of want to smack them, but at the same ti
April has just moved in with her boyfriend and finds that the neighborhood has residents that are nosey, eccentric and dramatic Nothing goes unnoticed in her neighborhood and when a dead rodent is found in the trash can of the drama queen all H breaks loose To make thingsdramatic, just as April is starting to settle into her new life a handsome stranger enters and suddenly April is questioning whether she wants to spend the rest of her life with boyfriend or give in to her desire for April has just moved
The novel had an interesting story line with the neighbors Kathleen Kole writes realistic characters that you feel that you can identify with I thought the premise for this novel is interesting using a neighborhood that you and I would know from where we live There are some real characters in this book I could easily see myself in the story I found it hard to love the character of April b
Dollars to Donuts is a fun tale set in a neighborhood that most people can relate to complete with intrusive neighbors, good looking temptations, and misunderstandings Kathleen has a smooth style of writing and good dialogue that makes Dollars to Donuts a fun read. A fun and witty chick lit book with a somewhat flighty heroine, a sassy sister, very nosey neighbors and the guy you hope to fall in love with There s even a mystery tacked on for good measure A light read perfect for the beach. April Patterson, a crafting newspaper columnist, has recently moved from the city to a small, cozy suburb called Boxwood Hills She s not alone though she s got her sister, Jessica, her boyfriend, Kevin, and a whole mess of nosy neighbors who she ll avoid at all costs until she can t, when she finds herself smack dab in the middle of a neighborhood mystery involving a garbage ca