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    I loved it!

    This second book in the series is even better than the first. Interesting characters and a well written whodunit are a winning combination. The story was filled with twists and possibilities that kept me guessing and engaged until the end. I look forward to reading the next in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    More Romance than Mystery

    This was just an OK cozy mystery for me. A wedding has come to Britton Bay and the mother of Bride wants to make sure it is the biggest wedding the area has seen. She has taken over the Bed and Breakfast and hired a celebrity chef. When the celebrity chef is found dead at her hotel Molly insists she is just going to report the story and not get involved. She does uncover some clues and does work with police which I did like. She never does really solve the murder. Too much writing was spent on her romantic worries and not enough on the mystery. The mystery was not very interesting and it was easy to solve. With so many wonderful cozies being released there is little to make this one stand out. The series does not have to be read in order. Much of what happened in the first one is summarized in this one. I found the repetition to be annoying.
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    I think the title suited the book.

    I enjoyed everything about the book especially the fact that two people got together and you did not have to wait to read the next book to see if they did.
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    A light hearted cozy mystery

    Deadly Vows is a light hearted and romantic cozy mystery. This second installment in A Britton Bay Mystery series can be read as a standalone. I like how the information from Deadly News was incorporated into the story. Molly Owens is happy with her new home and job. She enjoys spending time with Sam and her puppy, Tigger. Molly has the perfect location (her cottage) to watch the wedding drama at the B&B unfold. The mother-of-the-bride is controlling the wedding. Patricia Lovenly grew up in Britton Bay and has come back to gloat over how rich she is by throwing a spectacular, over-the-top wedding for her daughter. It does not seem to matter that this is not what her daughter and the groom want. Skyler Friessen is the chef for the event, and she is a prickly. It is no surprise when she turns up dead. Molly just needs to figure out which individual disliked Skyler enough to kill her which is easier said then done. There are a couple of suspects, good clues and misdirection. Deadly Vows is nicely written with steady pacing. I could have done with less repetition (I get it the first time). I did not like how many times Molly was told to keep her nose out of the investigation (it was not going to happen). I also felt the romance between Molly and Sam was too much for a cozy mystery. It came across as sappy (especially the dialogue) and their relationship progressed too quickly. We are introduced to numerous characters in this book and many of them had nothing to do with the plot. An example is Clay, the newspapers supposed social media coordinator. He added nothing to this story, and I am shocked he has not been fired. Some tweaks would enhance this cute mystery series. Deadly Vows is an easy breezy cozy mystery with a dead chef, a battling wedding party, an adorable pup, a handsome beau, and one a nosy reporter.
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    Death Mars Upscale Wedding

    This book is the second in the series and is just as wonderful as the first installment. Although I read the first book, this book will stand alone quite nicely. The author offers up enough background to fill in the blanks for a new reader but not bore an existing fan. There are plenty of twists and intrigue on the road to finding the truth. There are ongoing interpersonal relationships that are fun and entertaining as our heroine continues to put down roots. This is a great series and I can't wait for the next installment! I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.
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