2nd in the series. I thought this book was a little better than the first. I like the characters and the recipes in the book sound delish!
Although this one was better than the first in the series it still isn't up to par. There's a lot of potential with the characters and setting, but the author hasn't manifested that potential yet. I'm not sure if I'll continue on with this series or not. There are to many great books & authors out there to waste time with ones that are only so-so.
This is the second in the Candy Shop Mystery Series. Abby Shaw has inherited Divinity Candy Shop from her Aunt Grace and is trying to live up to her aunt's hard earned reputation. Savannah Horne is back in town causing trouble for the many townsfolk who were just as happy to see her leave 20 years ago. When she ends up dead, everyone has a theory and a motive!
I found this to be better than the first. Characters are becoming more developed and the plot has more turns and more suspects. The ending however seems a little vague, however and leaves some questions unanswered. I'm looking forward to the third in the series as the books seem to get better as the characters are more fully explored.
cutesy murder, but not as good as first...although it is about chocolate which keeps you salivating through the novel. Recipes for said drool worthy concoctions in the back!
Book #2 of the Candy Shop Mysteries. I love this series and it is a fun read any time of the year. And there are candy recipes to boot. I call these type of books "fluffy murder mysteries" because there is no graphic violence or descriptions of the murder and there is nothing too heavy about the reading. A great getaway for your mind.