Actually, I think that I enjoyed this one better than the first. Carnegie is organizing the wedding of a good friend when people start dying. She thinks she has it figured out only to discover that she is unknowingly giving clues to the real killer. As for the end - That was so totally unfair, ending abruptly with an "oh my gosh moment making me scramble for the next in the series.
It was just another night on the job for wedding planner Carnegie Kincaid, a coed bachelor party for one of Seattle's hippiest couple, that is until dieater struck. One bridesmaid was dead and another had thrown herself into Elliot Bay. Not to save the wedding and her job, Carnegie must find a murderer
Wedding planner Carnegie Kincaid is planning another deluxe wedding for the cream of the Seattle elite, when at the masked coed bachelor party, one bridesmaid is dead and another has throuwn herself into Elliott Bay. Carnegie discovered the dark side of love and marriage amid high and low Seattle society
It's always fun to read a book where the author seems very familiar with the area it takes place in, and the headaches a wedding planner could go through with her clients is also interesting. Not a bad murder mystery, also!