This book is an entertaining read. Florist Abby Knight is the prime suspect in a murder. Using her investigating skills and with her boyfriend's aid, an ex-PI they work together to prove her innocence.
One of Abby's old law school professors receives a black rose order from her florist shop she delivers it herself.
Professor Puffer is enraged by the flower, which is one of the nicest in the shop and expensive, too, and promptly throws it in the trash can. Rather than have a costly flower disposed of, Abby goes back in to retrieve it and finds a professor dead, and since she is the only one around and the black rose is present, Abby is the prime suspect.
There is a lot of humor in this book, which is the 4th book in the Flower Shop series by Kate Collins. There are a few twists before the reader finds out who the real killer is, as Abby puts her own life in danger to solve the case.
I have enjoyed all the books from this series. Light, fun reading. The owner of the florist shop is always getting into trouble and with the help of previous boyfriends and current interests, finds the answers.
Delivering a black rose ordered for her old law school nemesis, Abby's plans for a speedy delivery are foiled when he catches her dropping the bloom into the trash. Abby flees, but upon her return, Abby finds the rose decorating a dead professor, and herself the prime suspect. Original.