Review by Angie Andre
Natalie Barnes, divorced and seeking a new beginning, leaves her home and job in Texas for the salty air of Maine and her newly purchased Bed & Breakfast called the Gray Whale Inn and finds herself in a compromising situation. If getting her new business off the ground isn’t tough enough, Natalie is on the front lines of an environmental debate over an endangered species of sea birds called terns. Bernard Katz, a balding and bullying land developer, wants to turn the habitat for the endangered terns into a golf course. Shortly after the town board approves this development one of Natalie’s B & B guests is found dead at the bottom of her cliff. Police and islanders suspect Natalie. Amid her baking and running her new B & B, Natalie must clear her name and find the real killer.