It's one thing to write a mystery, but when your daughter is the suspect -- you solve it.
Wedding planner Jenna Bell doesn’t panic when the groom is a no-show to the ceremony – even though he is her former high school sweetheart and this wedding is the small town's event of the year. However, when he turns up dead and she is falsely accused… well, yeah, now it’s the time to panic.
Jenna’s mother, Maddie, puts her cozy mystery writing skills to use to try to clear her daughter’s name, stepping on by-the-book Chief of Police Jackson Bradley's toes in the process. No matter how enticing he finds her, he doesn’t want this writer-turned-amateur-sleuth interfering with his murder investigation.
With nearly all of Hemlock, North Carolina, picking sides and the town's own Gossip Brigade churning out the rumors, Maddie discovers the mystery isn't very cozy when it hits this close to home.
Fairly good book
The plot was interesting but I’m afraid I picked the murderer from the first time he entered the picture, but I’ve read a lot of cozy mysteries. The characters were good. I the presentation technique wasn’t my favorite, but that doesn’t matter. I’d read another of the authors book.
Good story, needs editor
Mistakes are very distracting
Slay Bells Ring
Loved it! I want to know what happens next!!!