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    This series is a hit or a miss.

    This series is a hit or a miss for me. The characters and whodunit were "okay" but it overall just underwhelmed me. I voluntarily read an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    On the fence

    Death by Espresso was my first introduction to the serie. While I don’t feel there was a complete disconnect in it having read the previous books, I do feel that I missing some little nuggets here and there, though most I managed to figure out. No wedding seems to be without some stress, but poor Vickie and Mason’s wedding is going off the charts. First Vickie’s domineering parents arrive days before the wedding with a surprise wedding planner to the stars in tow and want to completely redo the wedding and make it worthy of their Hollywood connections. If that isn’t bad enough, the wedding planner to the stars turns up dead and the wedding itself is in jeopardy. But Krissy is determined her friends will be married as planned and with he wedding they want...but will the killer be caught or strike again before the happy couple can say I do? Small town Ohio is a lovely setting for the series and I enjoyed the book.
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    Coffee Shop Cozy Mystery

    <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36348880-death-by-espresso" style="float: left; padding-right: 20px"><img border="0" alt="Death by Espresso (Bookstore Cafe Mystery, #6)" src="https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1514614714m/36348880.jpg" /></a><a href="https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36348880-death-by-espresso">Death by Espresso</a> by <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8435931.Alex_Erickson">Alex Erickson</a><br/> My rating: <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2147212801">3 of 5 stars</a><br /><br /> Krissy is meeting Vicki's parents at the airport in Pine Hills, Ohio, it's the least she can do as maid of honor. Even though her relationship with Mr. and Mrs. Patterson is a bit strained. Besides, her own dad is coming in on the same flight, but there are a few additional arrivals, too. Her father's brought his new girlfriend along, and the Pattersons who are both actors, have an entire entourage trailing behind them. The uninvited guests are a headache especially when one turns out to be, most important wedding planner in all the world. Though Vicki and her fiance Mason with Krissy's help have already made arrangements for a small, simple wedding and reception. Vicki's snobby drama queen mother has her own ideas as does her father who thinks the already made plans are not good enough for his daughter. Cathy the wedding planner is raring to go, possibly energized by the chocolate covered espresso beans she compulsively munches. While the caffeine keeps her awake, it doesn't keep her alive and after Cathy chokes on an espresso bean after being hit in the head, Krissy has to find out who ended her supposedly stellar career.<br /><br />The mystery has lots of red herrings along with plenty of twists and turns, that keep the reader guessing who the murder is until the surprising conclusion. The author does a a nice job of showing how different the relationship between Krissy and her father is compared to the relationship between Vicki and her parents. The author also does a nice job of getting the reader up to date with the other town residents and store employee's lives.<br /><br />I didn't like how Vicki's parents gave no consideration to her already made wedding plans or to her feelings, while trying to take over her wedding. I liked how Krissy's father always made time for his daughter no matter what was going on in their lives no matter if they are in the same house or clear across the country from each other. I also liked that Krissy was open to her father's new relationship and how she made an effort to get to know his new girlfriend. I was not happy that Will Krissy's boyfriend decides to take a job in another state and breaks up with her, instead of seeing if their relationship would work out or not.<br /><br />I got an ARC of this book from Netgally and Kesington Books for my honest opinion. <br/><br/>
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