Hey there, Happy 2022 and thanks for reading my blog in 2021. I’m excited to write more ARC reviews for 2022 starting with the sixth book in the Farm-to-Fork Mysteries by one of my favorite cozy authors, Lynn Cahoon. This series quickly became a favorite of mine because just like with her other series, there’s a great sense of family and togetherness. Family is first, and it doesn’t matter if you’re related or not. The theme is that good friends who work and are friends can be family as well. This book is out today and published by #KensingtonPublishing.
My Goodreads review:
Weddings and murder definitely don’t mix, especially when the murder affects the bride’s family without being a member of said family. Angie was determined her bestie was going to have the best wedding day ever, so she quickly got on the case. Once she had a suspect, she didn’t let go this time. It was really more about how the perp was caught as opposed to whodunit which after piecing things together did seem obvious. I liked the game of cat and mouse that was set in between all the regular activities Felicia and Angie had to get in before the wedding.
The showdown was really good, and the book’s ending was even better! I hadn’t seen any of that coming, so there was definitely some happy eye leakage going on while I read. I can’t wait to see what the next book brings!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book provided by Kensington Publishing via NetGalley, and my opinions are my own.