Friday, April 13, 2018
Friday Linkups - Wedding Cake Crumble
Coffee Addicted Writer, Book Beginnings of Fridays hosted by Rose City Reader, and the Friday 56 hosted by Freda's Voice
This Week's Book Blogger Hope Question:
Is there a fictitious town in a book that you'd love to live in? What makes it appealing?
Probably Lucky Harbor from the Jill Shalvis series of the same name. It's a little town that has some fun stores and a pretty tasty café. The people all seem nice and entertainingly quirky and since it's not a mystery series the death rate is pretty low.
This week's book is a bit dangerous for my diet as it takes place in a Cupcake bakery and I love cupcakes. The regular murders does make them slightly less appealing though. Wedding Cake Crumble by Jenn McKinlay is the newest in her Cupcake Bakery cozy mystery series which is always a good time though it does make me want to do quite a bit of baking!
"Here comes the bride," Melanie Cooper sang as she held a bouquet of multicolored snap dragons in front of her as if she was walking down the aisle.
Not a particularly surprising beginning given the title but snapdragons are an unexpected flower choice.
"Tell us Elise," Cassie said, "What inspired your novel The Palms"
"Well," Elise drew the word out, moving her gaze over the crowd as she let the anticipation weave its way around the audience, tightening about them until the tension had them in stranglehold, barely breathing as they waited for her disclosure. "I was inspired by my hus-"
I want to know more about this book and just what she's lying about!
So what do you think? Keep reading?