File Size: 449 KB
Print Length: 142 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Lazy Cat Press (July 14, 2014)
Publication Date: July 14, 2014
Sold by: Digital Services LLC
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Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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When Rosie takes a dream job working in a bakery that specializes in Bundt cakes, she never thought she'd get mixed up in murder. This is an easy breezy story that keeps a reader's attention. There is a touch of romance, danger, and of course murder. Who done it? Twists and turns keep the reader guessing until the end. I loved it, you will, too.
Not a bad read. Quite a good plot. But, the typos and left out words put a damper on the enjoyment of reading for me. The plot was well thought out, and the characters were believable. Really, it was worth the time spent reading it. I guess I'm just too picky when it comes to quality control. I feel that the proof reader must have been asleep at the wheel.
This is a very good short cozy read. You can probably get through it in a couple of hours tops. I do highly recommend it if you are looking for a good quick little read.My favorite cozy mysteries seem to always go towards the cooking/baking cozy genre. So when I saw this book with that pink cake on the cover, I just knew I had to give it a try. And I'm glad I did.This book will keep you guessing to the very end as to who killed Dahlia Wiggins. It was amazing to read the lengths the murder went to to keep themselves from getting caught.I can't wait to read the next book in the series, Eclair Case of Murder to read more about the budding romance started in Nothing Bundt Murder. And hoping to see more of Cupcake the cat as well.
I love the cover :DI prefer books that are written with a third person point of view. This one is first person, and it surprised me to begin with.I managed to guess the killer early on in the book, but I was still curious if what I guessed/deduced was correct.
Since Rosie didn't get a reporter job, she had moved for, she took a job in a bakery. She works for Babette, a sweet woman, and her husband, Doug, but, he wants to sell the bakery but she doesn't. Things get complicated for Rosie when Babette is arrested for poisoning Doug's mistress to death. Rosie then decides to take it upon herself to find the proof to get Babette out of jail. Rosie has a rich and handsome real estate man wanting her to date him and wanting to buy the bakery, but she doesn't know if there is more to him than his charming exterior would lead her to believe. This is a fun story; the mystery was very good, but the dialogue read a little stiff at times.
A rebound job in a bakery after failing to get a reporting or journalist position. Living in a casita behind her NaNa. Catering a shower with her boss when the other woman suddenly dies after a bite of gluten free cake. Who did it , her boss, bosses husband or the gorgeous would be date
It's rare I find a cozy mystery that I love, but this one luckily is one of them. I found all the characters likable and the mystery so well written. I loved the final twist, although I had guessed the murderer because of two clues given earlier in a subtle way, (it reminded me of the Agatha Christie clues). Still it was so enjoyable and everything seemed so well explained and it is really believable. As for the romance that for me is as important, it was lovely and I love Casey and Rosie.I'm impatient for the third book in the series.
I enjoyed this story. The characters were believable and fun. “Nana” and “Birdie” were particularly fun. There were enough twists and turns in the plot to keep you wondering “who dunnit.” At the same time the story was easy to follow. I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys cozy mysteries
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