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Wednesday, September 30, 2020



This is the first in a brand new series by Dianne Harman! If this first in series is any indication it promises to be a winner!!

Dani Rosetti is truly happy with her life--she is single and has no plans to get married-ever! She has been the chef on a very popular TV cooking show but has decided to start a VIP catering service so she can travel to places she has always wanted to and still be a chef!

She has a brother who she doesn't speak to. Then she got a call that her brother died and left behind a little girl--a niece Dani never kbew she had--and he left instructions that Dani was to be named guardian! As you can imagine Dani is frantic but dhe decides to abide by his wishes.

Her body guard and her soon to be Sou Chef and Dani go to get the little girl at the airport. Once they get home and get settled things start to happen---

I really want you to read this one--you will love it. Lots of twists and turns as they try to discover who is trying to kill Dani who is an independent female who won't give up her independence but does take in a little girl and forms a family!!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

A celebrity television chef with a Fledgling VIP catering company. A 10-year-old niece she didn’t know she had. Mix those with poison, car bombs, and murderers And her carefully laid out plans for a future life become completely upended!

Tragically, her parents died in a place crash, and Dani Rosetti leaves law school behind, heads to Paris, and becomes a chef. And not just any old chef – but a chef who goes on to become the darling of the celebrity chef world.

When a rabid fan tries to kill her, she ends her television career as a celebrity chef to start a catering company for the VIPs of the world. What she never expected, after not speaking with her brother for years, is that he had a child, and when he unexpectedly dies, that she would become that child’s guardian. Suddenly she’s Auntie Dani to a ten-year-old.

But someone wants to kill her. It takes all the resources her bodyguard, Arthur, who doubles as her sous-chef, has to keep Dani and her niece safe. Whipping up cream for chocolate mousses was a lot easier for both Dani and Arthur!

This is the debut book in the Chef Dani Rosetti Cozy Mystery Series by a USA Bestselling Author and Amazon All-Star.

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About the Author: (from Amazon)


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USA TODAY bestselling author and seven time Amazon All Star Author, Dianne Harman, draws her stories and characters from a diverse business and personal background. She owned a national antique and art appraisal business for many years, left that industry, and opened two yoga centers where she taught and certified yoga instructors. She's traveled extensively throughout the world and loves nothing more than cooking, playing backgammon with her husband, Tom, and throwing the ball for their dog, Kelly.

Being a dog lover and having attended numerous cooking schools, she couldn't resist writing about food and dogs. Dianne is the author of several cozy mystery series: Cedar Bay, Liz Lucas, High Desert, Midwest, Jack Trout, and the Northwest. Each of these books contains recipes from her travels. Alexis, the first book in the Midlife Journey Series was also recently published. She's the author of the award-winning suspenseful Coyote Series.

Murder in the Pearl District was chosen by Amazon to be one of their Mystery books in their October, 2016 homage of great writing by independent authors and several of her books have been chosen by them as PRIME books!

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29 comments :

Thomas Gibson said...

If I was a single woman in the current day, I would not be able to juggle my life to be able to accomodate a younger family member as I often work and wouldn't want to have the added pressure of worrying about other things as life is already so complicated especially right now.

Darlene said...

Yes I would love to take someone into my house to care for.

bn100 said...

not sure

Debbie P said...

Yes I would.

Peggy Hyndman said...

While I would love to take a young family member someone into my house to care for, given my age, it would only work for a short period of time.

Meghan said...

I absolutely could & would. I would do anything for the child! I'd try my hardest to maintain some sense of my normal lifestyle but most of it woudl have to change.

Calvin F. said...

Hmm that's a rather big commitment, it'd depend on the situation really, but in general, probably.

Deb PelletierC said...

where there is a will there is a way. Yes.

Mya Murphy said...

I'm already single..and was never able to have children. I love them. I'll take a dozen! 😍

Jeanna Massman said...

I would be fine with taking in a child but I realize it would radically change my life!

James Robert said...

Well, I'm a dad but I'd take in someone else. I seem to have so many here daily, even besides my own kids so it would not be an issue.

Kari Lorraine said...

I know that I would not be able to take in a child. I couldn't handle all that responsibility.

Michele S. said...

I have done this early on in my life.. it was very hard going to university and being a caregiver for a younger family member.. but family is family and that is all that matters....

bellagirl07 said...

I would not be able to do this long term.
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Julie Waldron said...

Maybe temporarily, not long term and only if I knew her well.

susan1215 said...

If I was going to take in a family member I would have to be willing to change my life to care for her.

Denise said...

Yes. My parents often took young family members in for periods of time for different reasons. We loved having them.

Veronica Lee said...


It really depends on the situation. I probably couldn't handle all that responsibility.

Bakersdozen said...

Yes. It would take some sacrifice, but it can be done.

Ann Fantom said...

At point in life now, I don't think I could do this. Earlier in life I may have been able to do so.

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Antoinette M said...

I think I would be able to.

Debbi Wellenstein said...

That would be really difficult, and I don't think I could do it.

Suzanne said...

I honestly don't know. One part of me says yes, and the next says no.

pippirose said...

I think I'd be able to do it. I've sort of done it throughout my life (though, I wasn't single).

MaryAnn said...

Yes I would do it.

Anonymous said...

Yes, without a second thought to it! It would be a struggle but saying no would not even be in my vocabulary for the matter.

Peggy said...

I would do that for someone I love.

Holly Thomas said...

Yes, I would never want a child to go into the system.

Betty C said...

I would love to take in a child if I could manage to work and still give them the attention a child needs

 
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