A Different Kind of Book Review: Beyond Dusk: Anne by Sarah M. Cradit

An entirely new and clever way to do a book review. Thanks Marie!

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Maggie had just put down her ebook reader when Mary slipped into the booth, seating herself across from Maggie.  She nodded at Maggie’s Kobo.

“Am I that late?”  She opened the menu that was lying in front of her and turned her attention to the long list of omelets.  The Omelet Factory was a new restaurant in their tiny town, offering 50 choices that included such exotic fare as brie and porcini mushroom omelets, caper, salmon, and cream cheese omelets, smoked Gouda and green olive omelets.  The latter was Maggie’s guilty pleasure, but Mary was determined to try each and every one.

“OK, last week I had the anchovy and mozzarella, so today … ”

A young waitress appeared at their table, wearing cutoff jeans, a white tube top, and an emerald green apron.  She had dirty blonde hair and a slim figure, and would have been considered rather nondescript…

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