Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Dairy Dairy Quite Contrary by Amy Lillard

About the Book

Looking for a fresh start, advice columnist Sissy Yoder heads to small-town Yoder, Kansas, to help in her aunt’s café. But when a milkman is murdered, the newcomer becomes the prime suspect . . .

After Sissy’s rodeo cowboy boyfriend turns out to be more of a rodeo clown, she packs a bag; picks up her Yorkshire terrier Duke; and leaves Tulsa, Oklahoma, bound for her parents’ former hometown. There are still plenty of Yoders in Yoder, Kansas, including Sissy’s aunt Bethel, who owns the Sunflower Café but recently broke her leg. It’s a homecoming of sorts as Sissy arrives to help in the café and reunite with her pregnant cousin Lizzie. Plus she can continue to secretly write her newspaper advice column as seventy-year-old “Aunt Bess.” But it’s Sissy who could use some advice when she finds the milk deliveryman out behind the café with a knife in his back. As the sheriff’s prime suspect, it’s up to Sissy to catch the backstabber herself—before someone else gets creamed . . .


Such a good story! When you get any book by Amy Lillard you know it's going to be good!

Such a cute cover too! My favorite of hers so far.

A novel that will keep your nose glued until the very end!

A few twists and turns to make the guessing game fun but I had a feeling that I knew who done it from the beginning.

I liked the mixture of Amish and English because it made for an interesting group of people. 

I appreciated Sissy and her laid back personality and her ways of sleuthing lol.

Sissy's aunt was a little harder to get to know and I much care for her anyway. 

Some characters you love and others you won't. Same as real life.

I highly recommend this savy book. You'll not want to put it down!

My thanks for a copy of this book. I was NOT required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.

About the Author

Amy Lillard is an award-winning author of over forty novels and novellas, including the Main Street Book Club Mysteries and the Amish Mysteries, as well as Amish, contemporary, and historical romances. Since receiving a Carol Award for her debut novel, Saving Gideon, she has become known for writing sweet stories filled with family values, honest characters, a hometown feel and close-knit communities. She is a member of RWA and ACFW. Born and bred in Mississippi, she now lives with her husband and son in Oklahoma. Please visit her online at AmyWritesRomance.com.



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