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The story moves at a very good pace and keeps you interested.
I liked reading it but I did get irritated with all her books that she didn't figure things out very soon and often didn't tell someone important information.
The new characters in this book were so well defined it was hard to believe we just met them.
This series is funny, has a great set of characters, and good mysteries. I really enjoy them.Published 21 days ago by AJS
This is the second book in a series that is just for me, or anyone loves food but cant cook. In thkis book, you will find new friendships being formed, great recipes, sibling... Read morePublished 5 months ago by SueR
Liz Lipperman does it again. Her stories are so interesting - humorous, too. I'm a newly acquired fan of her books and hope that she continues to write others just as good as... Read morePublished 14 months ago by My Three Cents
I liked reading it but I did get irritated with all her books that she didn't figure things out very soon and often didn't tell someone important information.Published 15 months ago by marge hutchinson
Jordan McAllister aspires to be a sports reporter, but she's been making her living writing personal ads. Read morePublished 16 months ago by mychellem
I really enjoyed this book by Liz Lipperman. Appealing heroine and supporting cast with deft dash of romantic interest and receipes. Read morePublished 18 months ago by K. N. Cornwell
Jordan McAllister is officially the culinary reporter for the Ranchero Globe! It's still a far cry from being a sports reporter, but it's a step up from writing the personals. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Meg B
It was okay to read but wouldn't need to read another in this series due to plot seaming to drag on. Read morePublished 21 months ago by The glass half full!
Very funny, with well drawn, engaging characters and an intriguing mystery. I highly recommend this book to everyone who likes cozies.Published 22 months ago by Melanie Atkins