School psychologist Skye Denison reluctantly agrees to act as maid of honor in her California cousin's over-the-top platinum-style wedding - and is also expected to assist the control-freak wedding planner. But when Skye discovers the planner dead, just one week before the big event, Skye is suddenly working double-duty. While overseeing every nuptial detail, she's also helping the police find out who hated the bridal consultant enough to kill her.
Can Skye get her cousin to the church on time - and save herself from a killer who may actually be on the guest list?
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"The best traditional mystery series being written today." (CrimeSpree magazine)
"I enjoy every minute of every book of this series." (Charlaine Harris)
The setting! There are a few writers that I come upon that I really like their work and want to read more but when they are all set in little one horse towns where everyone knows one another; it loses variety and then starts to become stale with a lot to be desired. And with a murder in each one they would be the murder capital of the US.
Yes but I seriously doubt if I will ever pay for another one. The small town setting is not a draw for me.
Heck No, BORING!
I enjoy a 'lite' read on ocassion and this series is a cute and entertaining listen
This was one of my favorites in ther series
This was the first Denise Swanson I have read, and it was a thoroughly enjoyable read. The characters were well developed and realistic. The plot is entertaining and easy to follow. Despite the fact that it is a murder mystery, it is light hearted and fun. I will read more of this series.
If you enjoy Carolyn Hart's death on demand series, or Monica Ferris you will enjoy Denise Swanson.
I have nothing to compare Christine Leto's performance as I have not listened to her before.
LIfe-long reader, fond of mysteries, scifi, fantasy. Prefer good story-tellers, with interesting premises. Road warrior-so listen a lot!
I bought this because the premise was cute - I enjoyed hearing about the nuts and bolts of putting together big events and going along with the challenge of leaping into the middle of executing a major event combined with solving a murder was irresistible. I like the characters (I got the sequel, the continuing story line is interesting, too), the author put together a good story and didn't telegraph the villain. The Bridezilla wasn't too over the top, and the denouement was hilarious. It was well read, with a pleasant voice and good character definition.
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