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    Assaulted Caramel

    Great story but would preferred a more romantic ending
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    Highly recommended cozy mystery.

    A delightful read, set in a mixed Amish community fraught with hidden tensions, secrets and the intrusion of outsiders bent on making a buck no matter what or who it costs. Set in an Amish sweet shop, New York chocolatier and granddaughter of the owners, stumbles on a corpse and is swept into community intrigues in order to clear her name. Loved the story and the writing. Solid mystery.
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    A cozy mystery that is cute and emotional

    This was a cute, fun, emotional cozy mystery about the murder of the despicable Tyson Colton. There are plenty of twists and turns in this mystery. The mystery was good and I couldn’t figure out who murdered Colton. This is a story of family, faith, love and friendship. This is the first I have read of Amanda Flower’s books and I enjoyed it immensely. It was especially enjoyable because it was a combination of English and Amish in a small Amish community. Just like in all communities there are characters that hold grudges against minorities as the sheriff does. I loved all the quirky characters but the one that I liked the best is a polka-dotted pot-belly pig, Jethro that shows up in the most unexpected places. The characters ranged from Bailey King who is a strong, confident, independent and smart young woman. Her grandparents, Jebidiah and Clara King are adorable. Her best friend, Cass is quirky, caring, and has a smart mouth. She definitely adds fun to the story and is the perfect foil for Bailey. I especially liked Juliet who is Aiden, the sheriff deputy’s mother and her pet pig, Jethro. Priceless! Her son, Aiden is warm, compassionate yet smart. The sheriff and another deputy holds grudges against the Amish. Eileen is a very demanding mother and an atrocious mother-of-the-bride. All these characters and more keep you engrossed in the story. There is also a recipe for Salted Caramel Fudge included.
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    First book in a new cozy mystery series!

    Assaulted Caramel by Amanda Flower begins An Amish Candy Shop Mystery series. Bailey King has rushed to Harvest, Ohio to check on her grandfather, Jebidiah King. She received a call from grandmother, Clara that his heart condition was worse and he had been taken to the hospital. Bailey is walking up to Swissmen Sweets (where her grandparents work and live) to sees her grandfather having a disagreement with someone before collapsing (he would not stay in hospital). Her grandparents are Amish and have a strong work ethic. It was at her grandfather’s side that Bailey learned her love of chocolate. It turns out that the man arguing with Jebidiah was Tyson Colton. Tyson has been trying to convince Jebidiah to sell the shop. Tyson has big plans for the town. The next morning, Bailey heads downstairs to get her phone and finds Tyson Colton stabbed to death in the shop’s kitchen. It is soon apparent that the police consider Bailey’s grandfather their prime suspect. Bailey knows that this situation will only worsen her grandfather’s heart condition. She switches out her sugar thermometer for a deerstalker cap and sets out to find Tyson’s killer. I found Assaulted Caramel to be well-written and engaging. It has an easy writing style which made for an enjoyable read. The story has real characters, a lovely setting, steady pace and plenty of humor. One of my favorite things in the book (besides the luscious chocolate and fudge descriptions) was Jethro, the spotted pig. Jethro’s description and antics had me chuckling. I also appreciated the snark from Bailey’s best friend, Cass Calbera. I hope we see more of Cass in future novels. My rating for Assaulted Caramel 4.5 out of 5 stars (I liked it, but easily solve the mystery). I did feel that there was too much internal dialogue (Bailey thinking). The mystery had some good elements and many readers will not guess the identity of the culprit until the second half of the story (or you might be surprised). There are the right number of suspects and pointed clues. I am eager to read Lethal Licorice when it comes out in February.
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    Fun easy and enjoyable

    I found the main character bailey very likeable and the story read well, it sucked me into the plot and I found it funny easy and an enjoyable read
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