Monday, February 2, 2015

Wedding Cake Book Review

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Wedding Cake
Wedding Cake by Josi Kilpack

After years of mysteries, murder, and mayhem, the big day has arrived, and Sadie wants nothing more than for her wedding to Pete to be completely uneventful. When she receives a threatening, anonymous text message just days before the ceremony, she's determined not to let it interfere with the celebration she has carefully planned for months. But as the threat escalates from a distant fear to a frightening reality, Sadie realizes just how much she's underestimated the situation.

Desperate to put an end to the games, lies, and manipulation that has shadowed her life, Sadie, her fiancée, Pete, and her children pull out all the stops. What they don't know, however, is just how far Sadie's nemesis is willing to go to make good on the thread she made to Sadie three years ago.

Will the wedding go off without a hitch, or will "'til death do us part" come far too soon? There's no turning back for anyone in the riveting conclusion to this twelve-volume culinary mystery series.

My thoughts:

If you are a romantic at heart and love a juicy mystery involved in the middle, then you will love reading Wedding Cake!

It has all the elements needed to make a very happy occasion for the couple who want to get married except for one looming disaster, who is Jane and why is she stalking Sadie and her family?

Although I did not know at the time that this was a series, (there are 11 other books before this one!), I still was able to read this one and figure out what the past books might have been like. Of course, the whole story would have been a lot richer if I had read the others, but it still was interesting and I am glad that Sadie and Peter are still together.

If you have the chance, I would recommend reading all 12 books so this last one will seem like a victory to everyone involved on the right side of the law, of course! The books don't look like they are huge reads, so I bet it wouldn't take long to catch up. I hope some day that I will be able to just that.

Happy Reading!

Author Josi S. Kilpack

Josi S. Kilpack hated to read until her mother handed her a copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond when she was 13. From that day forward, she read everything she could get her hands on and accredits her writing “education” to the many novels she has “studied” since then. She began writing her first novel in 1998 and never stopped. Her novel, Sheep’s Clothing won the Whitney Award 2007 for Mystery/Suspense. Lemon Tart, the first book in the Sadie Hoffmiller Culinary Mystery series was a finalist in 2009. Josi currently lives in Willard Utah with her husband, children and super-cute cat.

Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.