A Groom with a View - Jane Jeffry, Bk 11 Author:Jill Churchill Jane Jeffry thinks that a remote, rundown monastery-turned-hunt club is an odd place to hold a wedding. But the doubting suburban single mom is being paid to plan the fabulous event, not to say "I do." With overnight guests already arriving, Jane and best friend Shelley must rush to transform the musty, moosehead-lined halls into a mat... more »rimonial wonderland, under the scrutiny of the mousy bride-to-be's rich, most demanding daddy.
Then the lights go out, thanks to a violent, unexpected storm. As guests and "help" alike huddle in their flower-bedecked monks' cells, one almost-participant takes a suspicious slippery tumble to a very sudden death. But the marriage show must go on -- despite Jane's nagging near certainty that the victim was ceremoniously "helped" down the stairs. And Jane's going to have to come up with a murderer and a motive, even as the first strains of bridal march begin -- or else this fantasy wedding could turn into a real killer of an occasion.« less
A Groom with a View is the 11th Jane Jeffry book. Jane is talked into planning a wedding. She is trying to make everything perfect as people are killed around her. This is a great book. I thought I had it figured out, but it fooled me in the end.
Suburban housewife Jane Jeffry is trying to make a little extra money by planning an acquaintance's wedding. It's to be held at the bride's family's hunting lodge in the mountains, which is rumored to have a hidden treasure. Things go more or less smoothly until just before the wedding, when Jane has to house the seamstress at the lodge to finish the bridesmaids' dresses on time. But after a storm in the night, the morning finds the seamstress dead at the foot of the stairs, from an apparent fall. However, suspicion is building that it many not have been an accident, and Jane will have to work hard to keep the wedding from turning into a disaster. Churchill's charming cozy series continues to entertain.