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I guess we'll never know Jul 22, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: Borrowed this from the library and it was in large font format which actually took me longer to read than regular font! I had a hard time focusing on this one because I was very frustrated with the characters. I did not like how Karen was treating Abby, but once we got the explanation of her depression it made more sense.
I did like that Abby and her niece were able to start developing a relationship, and that Abby and her brother were improving as well. I needed more of Abby and Pine, that was Borrowed this from the library and it was in large font format which actually took me longer to read than regular font!
I needed more of Abby and Pine, that was lacking. I was surprised that the killer was the husband; we did not know a lot about him so it was unexpected. He seemed to nice and genuinely upset. I will continue to read more from this series, but I am not in a state of must run out and get it. Jul 18, Paula rated it liked it. I am enjoying this series set in Colorado and a candy store.
Savannah has returned to Paradise to help her sister settle their mother's estate. She is married to an up and coming guy who has just accepted a new job in New York. Everyone remembers Savannah from school and the feelings of hate are still rampant. Evie accuses Savannah of cheating during the Confectionary Competition when she wins first prize.
Abby tries to smooth things over but makes little progress.
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Abby finds Savannah's body behi I am enjoying this series set in Colorado and a candy store. Abby finds Savannah's body behind the hotel where she and Miles were staying. It looks like it was a hit and run but was it, and who might not have done it? A lot of people in Paradise are suspects. Nov 07, Patti rated it really liked it.siperlacanka.ga/pyhaz-la-catedral-del.php
Chocolate Dipped Death (A Candy Shop Mystery, #2) by Sammi Carter
In Book two of the series, Abby is hosting the yearly 3 day Confectionary Competition. Her hopes for a smooth going are ruined when the much hated Savannah Horne shows up and wins the first night of the tasting. Savannah hasn't been in town for 20 years, but when she lived there, she hurt almost everyone in some way, so when she ends up dead, there are plenty of suspects. When Abby's cousin, Karen is a suspect, she can't leave the sleuthing to the police alone, and goes in search of the real kil In Book two of the series, Abby is hosting the yearly 3 day Confectionary Competition.
When Abby's cousin, Karen is a suspect, she can't leave the sleuthing to the police alone, and goes in search of the real killer, putting herself in danger. Abby's relationship with Jawarski gets a bit deeper, but she is still afraid to get too involved, due to the betrayal of her ex husband.
Jun 23, Maria Ri rated it really liked it Shelves: It is much faster pace and carries a little more intrigue and drama. The ending felt a little rushed though, and I had to read the last few pages a second time because I felt like I was missing some information. Turns out I wasn't; it just wasn't all there. I would have liked a few more answers in the end, but I can appreciate that not everything was tied up in a too tight package like I definitely enjoyed this second book of the Candy Shop Mystery series better than the first, Candy Apple Dead. I would have liked a few more answers in the end, but I can appreciate that not everything was tied up in a too tight package like many cozy mysteries.
Feb 16, Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked this cozy. Sammi Carter has a dry sense of humor that shines through this book. There were suspect aplenty but I did guess the murderer fairly early. There were great recipes in the back of the book but I would have liked more glimpses into chocolate candy making.
I loved the main character, Abby Shaw. When questioned why she would give up being a corporate attorney to run a candy shop, I loved her answer. You will need to read the book to find out what her retort was. There seemed a litt I liked this cozy. There seemed a little too many suspects but that's OK. Apr 09, T. I liked this second entry in the Candy Shop Mystery series. I've read the first one and found Abby, the protagonist, likable and believable as far as characters go.
She doesn't do stupid things and she thinks logically. Set against the backdrop of a candy store is interesting; recipes for candies mentioned in the book are provided at the end of the book. Would I seek out other books in this series? Sep 09, Jamie Brooks rated it liked it Shelves: I liked this second installment a little less than I did the first. I felt like the story surrounding Savannah was a little too complicated. I know we are supposed to be guessing who the murderer was, but it was like the author was trying really hard to lead us on a confusing wild goose chase.
Also when you find out who the murder is it is kind of anticlimactic because supposedly Savannah uncovered all these lies Apr 23, Kristie rated it liked it. How dumb can one chick be to go after a murderer? I know its a small town but are cops that clueless not to check into what someone reports, especially since it involved a death they are investigating?? I do like the slight romantic aspect between the main character and the cop, Jawarski.
Looking forward to it developing in future books. A cute, cozy mystery set for the most part in a candy shop. The owner, Abby Shaw, continues her aunt's tradition of hosting a candy-making competition. When a former classmate returns to town and takes first place during the first night of competition, many people are very displeased, and someone is displeased enough to commit murder. Delicious candy recipes are also included.
Feb 21, Tribefan rated it it was ok. Yep, I didn't like this one much better then the first one. There is just something about the main character that drives me nuts! One thing I do like is that her dating the detective is more realistic than most stories I've read. That is about all I like about this series. I do not plan to read anymore! Mar 18, Mark Baker rated it really liked it Shelves: Abby is running her first Confectionary Competition. It's a struggle even before Savannah returns to town and is murdered. Again, the pacing wasn't quite what it could have been, but I love the characters.
Read my full review at Carstairs Considers. Aug 11, Syretta rated it liked it. I liked this one better than the first one.
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I think the characters were more developed, and I never would have guessed who the killer was- well at least not until Abby found out who the killer was.. May 15, Paulina Beltran rated it it was amazing. Death at the end of 5th grade. It was around testing and it filled my time. It was just as good as the first but the trill of read it was more Jul 17, Abbygal rated it really liked it. I really got into the story line and characters, interesting to read! Sep 04, Ana Brenda rated it it was amazing. Looking forward to the other titles in the series. Oct 25, Danni rated it really liked it.
These are fun books with good recipes. Apr 28, Marci rated it really liked it Shelves: Second in a series about Abby who comes back to her small town after the death of her aunt to run a candy shop. Mar 20, Terri rated it really liked it. I liked this better than the first one in the series. Jul 12, Linda rated it it was amazing.
I liked this cozy. Carolee Feb 20, The town tramp turns up dead and almost everyone in town is a suspect. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. References to this work on external resources. Wikipedia in English None. Amazon Kindle 0 editions. CD Audiobook 0 editions.