BOOK REVIEW: THE ACCIDENTAL FLORIST
Jane Jeffry and Detective Mel VanDyne are finally getting married but there seems to be one problem. Mel's mother wants to take charge of everything from the rehearsal dinner to the entire wedding. Jane agrees but sets some rules of her own. One of the rules is that Mel's mother cannot have anything to do with the flowers.
Mel convinced Jane and her best friend, Shelley, to attend a women's safety class. Their classes are cut short, however, when the instructor is murdered.
Who would want to kill the instructor and why? Are they able to solve this case before the wedding?
On the plus side, this is a fun book to read. The reader will have a good time with everything that is going on between the two future mother-in-laws. Serious minded mystery fans will find that that the murder mystery is overshadowed by all the wedding plans that are taking place. Nonetheless, this is still an entertaining read. The characters alone are enough make the book interesting and the reader will want to continue on to see the final outcome. The reader will also learn several helpful safety tips from the class that Jane and Shelley attended. Jill Churchill fans will appreciate the latest in her long list of novels.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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