A Wedding to Die For (A Yellow Rose Mystery, #2)

A Wedding to Die For (A Yellow Rose Mystery, #2) From The Author OfPick Your Poisoncomes A Crazy Case Of Matrimonial Murder And A Broken Hearted Bride To Be When A Family Guest Gets Hit Over The Head With A Gift The Bad Reception Only Gets Deadlier For Houston PI Abby Rose, Enlisted To Resolve The Wedding Fiasco. Abby Rose has become a private investigator to help reunite adopted children with their birth parents and gets involved in a wild case in A Wedding to Die For by Leann Sweeney Hired by Megan Beadford to locate her birth mother in the hope that Abby can arrange for Megan s biological mother to attend her upcoming wedding, Abby has proved unsuccessful at her job When the wedding s guest book attendant gives birth a month early, Abby steps in, allowing her a chance to meet the family and friends, Abby Rose has become a private investigator to help reunite adopted children with their birth parents and gets involved in a wild case in A Wedding to Die For by Leann Sweeney Hired by Megan
I don t usually start reviewing a book before I ve finished it, but I just want to say, if you hate spoilers, don t read this one before Book One of this yet another series, as the entire book is spoiled in the first few pages I don t have access to Book One, but honestly, for the author to blow her own book out of the water like that, it must have been a very tiny blip on the publishing radar She must not expect anyone to read it at all.The narrative voice is much better than the Cats In T I don t usually start reviewing a book before I ve finished it, but I just want to say, if you hate spoilers, don t read this one before Book One of this yet another series, as the entire book is spoiled in the first few pages I don t have access to Book One, but honestly, for the author to blow her own book out of the water like that, it
A bit too romance novellish and filled with cutesy stereotypes of Texas women and expressions I have never heard any Texan say but a New Yorker might hallucinate that we say To be honest, I wanted to puke on every third page The only thing that saved the book from getting ju
Painful to read Grammatical errors. Still an enjoyable story, like the first book, but I did find that the language was stronger than the first book Several F Bombs, which I really am not a fan of I can usually get around other cursing, but that one really grates on meHoping the other books in the series are
Another good read This book had a lotpolice based things in it, almost like a CSI Law and Order feel than a Cozy The main character was great like before I loved Jub The minor characters seemed to hold a strong interest for me Over all, as I said, good read. This is one of my favorite series Well written, concise, and fantastic characters who are wonderfully human. Great story This is such a good series The premise, the characters, the setting..it all works wonderfully together Abbey has taken herself on an interesting career path In book one she didn t know what she wanted to do with her life Here, in book two, she is taking on private investigation with tenacity Because she s specializing in investigating for adoptees who want to find their birth parents She feels compelled due to her own past and that of her sister What starts out as a regular investigation
loved it

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  • Paperback
  • 268 pages
  • A Wedding to Die For (A Yellow Rose Mystery, #2)
  • Leann Sweeney
  • English
  • 22 July 2019
  • 0451210328