Live and Let Chai

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2018
8 hours 42 minutes
When a body turns up on the boardwalk outside Everly Swan's iced tea shop and café, she becomes the number one suspect in a murder case. Can she bag the culprit, prove her innocence, and dish up the real killer before it's too late?
Life hasn't been so sweet for Everly Swan over the past couple of years, but now she's back in her seaside hometown of Charm, North Carolina. The proud new owner of Sun, Sand, and Tea—a café right on the beach—Everly thinks that things are finally starting to look up.
Until a grouchy customer turns up dead on the boardwalk with a jar of one of her specialty teas lying right next to him! When an autopsy reports poison in his system, things don't look good for Everly or her tea shop.
As the townspeople of Charm, formerly so welcoming and homey, turn their back on Everly, she fights to dig up clues about who could have had it in for the former town councilman. With the maddeningly handsome Detective Grady Hays discouraging her from uncovering leads
and a series of anonymous attacks on Everly and her tea shop, it will take everything she's got to keep this murder mystery from boiling over.
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AdeNike A.

Not sure what to think, she came across as whiny and not necessarily helpful. Basically not my cup of tea.

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Julie W.

enjoyable story

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Dale W.

Easy to listen to story. Great narrator with great story line. What I liked the most though was that there was no filth or filthy language! Not needed. A good book stands on its own. Thank you, Bree. Now I can read all of your stories and recommend them to my friends who like a good mystery.

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Jyl S.

Great narration and good, easy listening story line.

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Great storyline. Narrator was great too!

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Peggy C.

Enjoyable, fun listen. I hope the aunt characters are further developed in future books.

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Audra Barclay

A light-hearted small town murder mystery and character tale, big on the tale around the main characters, a little less heavy on the who-dunnit. But totally enjoyable & great narrator!

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Kristina M.

I agree with other reviewers about the main character being sort of stupid. I did enjoy the setting and the narration. I will listen to the next book and hope she gets smarter.

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Wendy S.

loved it. cute, sassy and just awesome

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Carôle C.

I truly did not enjoy this - not because the concept of the tale wasn’t good, but because I found the central character annoying, tedious and just plain ‘clueless’. If she is truly representative of young adults in the American South (even as a caricature), then I’m dismayed. She has no redeeming qualities, in my opinion.

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Emily R.

I had to take a few points off, because Everly was a character who I would classify as too stupid to live, which got annoying, but otherwise it was fairly enjoyable and well read.

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Pauline K.

I really enjoyed this book. It was an easy listen with great narration. The story line was really easy to fall into. The narrator did a great job helping you feel the emotions of each character. I am looking forward to the next in the series.

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Sam B.

Clever title, witty book really well narrated. Really enjoyed listening to this. The expression of the narrator really helped get into the story. Have downloaded more and will definitely read the next in the series. Thanks for a mind drift to somewhere warm and witty

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