Middleton Yard's Pub and Grub by Max Higgins
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“This short romance novel squeezes more adventures for its protagonist into a scant 78 pages than most of us will have in a lifetime. If it's a bit rushed, it’s a good time nonetheless.”
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Wendy Dawson was an ambitious young lady living in New York. Her lifestyle was very driven with grueling days working from sunup to sundown at a fashion magazine. During her college years she had waitress for a pub to help pay her way through college. With that experience she decided to change her lifestyle and settle down to a much quieter life. She had moved to New York after college and thought this was the life she wanted and still she had not met anyone significant to spend her life with. So she decided to move back home to a rural area in Nova Scotia where her parents live. This community was called Middleton Yard and that their small tavern was up for sale. Therefore she decided to change her life and tend bar for a living. Who knew, she may even find Mr. Right. So she settled in to a slow and peaceful life but quietly became involved in one scrape after another not realizing this was not normal. Even though she did not expect the drama she encountered she continually became mixed up in the middle of obscure events and circumstances. Meeting a young private eye did not hasten her adventures. The people around her in her life were left waiting for each of her many returns always wondering what would happen next . . . . .
 

About Max Higgins

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Max Higgins currently lives in Nova Scotia with her husband and two cats. She has three grown daughters, one grandson, and two granddaughters. She always dreamed of writing but never found the time. Now she is trying her hand at it. Max has a degree and training in business administration. She worked as a secretary for several years. She and her husband then began operating their own retail business at home. She also was bookkeeper for her husband's contracting company. After her children left home, she decided to obtain employment close to home and became a baker and cook at the local restaurant, as she enjoys preparing food. She wrote this book in her spare time and found she enjoyed writing. She hopes you all enjoyed reading her stories, with more to come.
 
Published September 15, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 90 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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on Dec 09 2013

“This short romance novel squeezes more adventures for its protagonist into a scant 78 pages than most of us will have in a lifetime. If it's a bit rushed, it’s a good time nonetheless.”

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