Slay It with Flowers
Law school drop-out-turned-flower shop owner Abby Knight has been asked to be a bridesmaid by her cousin. But before the couple says "I do," a groomsman disappears-and another member of the wedding party is found dead. Abby has to hurry down an aisle of suspects to unveil the truth-and make sure... show more
Law school drop-out-turned-flower shop owner Abby Knight has been asked to be a bridesmaid by her cousin. But before the couple says "I do," a groomsman disappears-and another member of the wedding party is found dead. Abby has to hurry down an aisle of suspects to unveil the truth-and make sure the bride still gets to the church on time.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 2005
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: A Flower Shop Mystery (#2)
I shouldn't rate this so low because I read it after reading a book that was heavier in content and the characters weren't so, how should I say this, obnoxious. Come on! Cozy doesn't mean stupid and silly. I like to have fun just as much as the next person. But if a building is on fire, I know not...
Ever have a conversation with someone that you don't know that well and it's going OK and then they just drop some weird racist comment into the conversation? That's the reaction I had to this book. Some things were fine, pleasant even. I like the flower shop setting, Marco is fun and I like Abby...
Things that didn't make sense:Why Abby said she was forgoing putting those harmful chemicals on her skin referring to bug spray but then it's said she was adamant advocate for using bug spray. Why diss something that you're supposedly bug shit crazy about using every time and bug everyone else to us...
I liked this book more than the first - but still find the constant admonition from all the other characters to "stop meddling" really annoying. Makes me feel like I'm cheering on the local busybody (who is usually the victim of cozies, not the protagonist). Still, I did enjoy this one more and I'...
I loved the 2nd book in this series. Abby is getting better and better by the minute and Marco is too cute. Abby is "meddling" again and almost gets herself killed in the process. Her co workers at the flower shop keep her on her toes and they are great characters as well. I look forward to the ...