Normal enjoyable cooking murder mystery with a woman who wants to date the same multiple guys and new ones where needed for the plot, but doesn't accept/like them going out with other women. Getting old now so perhaps in one of the later books she settles for one or moves on to others.
At this point I may stop reading them but haven't decided for sure since I do like these type of simple small town stories. Lillian Jackson Braun and the Koko and YumYum are a favorite also. After finishing Anne Rice's "Interview with a Vampire" I can't help myself and need to say that Fluke has Hannah comment on others use of the the English language. There are worse writers and editors out there who don't have major mistakes in their stories but this series is not one of them. I probably won't read another of Anne Rice's novels because I don't really care for the characters and plot but for the pure enjoyment of a well written book this one is highly recommended and assume her others are equally well done. Fluke usually has multiple places where I shiver at her word usage, punctuation, and/or phrasing.
Note: Ding me all you want for my phrasing, punctuation and or word usage but I am merely attempting at conveying my opinion and realize I have many shortcomings when using, or speaking, this convoluted, confusing, and at times very frustrating language that is American English.
Quick, easy read with delightful characters, recipes, and a plot twist that is somewhat--but not completely--expected. Fluke didn't disappoint me!
All of her books are "yummy!" This one has a plot turn that seemed spmewhat improbable to me, but enjoyable anyway!