Dying For Chocolate
Publish date: May 1st 2004
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
, Murder Mystery
Series: A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery (#2)
Crazily enough, my sister and I are rereading these at the same time, though she's getting through them faster as I'm trying to get through challenges as well. I loved the first one of these audiobooks and the second one was even better! To read my thoughts on the book as a whole, please check out...
*4.5 Stars*Scorecard: (Out of 10)* Quality of Writing - 9* Pace - 9* Plot development - 9* Characters - 10* Enjoyability - 9* Insightfulness - 9* Ease of Reading - 8* Photos/Illustrations - NAFinal Score: 63/70 = 90%My Review of Catering to Nobody: Book One*The Gush*As stated in my review of the pre...
Much better than the first one "Catering to nobody". I read that she changed publisher with her second book which might account for the depth the secondary characters have instead of being paper thin cut out like the first book. Goldy still annoys me to no end but I liked Arch (her son), Tom Schulz ...
Goldy is an airhead. Why does everything have to be a struggle for her? She needs to grow a pair of balls and kick her abusive ex-husband in the ass. That will stop him from bullying her. This mystery was okay but I was constantly peeved by Goldy's helplessness.