Series: Seagrass Sweets Cozy Mystery #1
Published by Gratice Press on October 21, 2016
Genres: Cozy Mystery
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Ashley Adams is settling back into her life in Seagrass, TX after leaving a broken heart and criminal ex-boyfriend in Paris, France. Her French sweets catering company has finally landed a major job, making Ashley grateful for all that is going right – her business, her work partnership, and reconnecting with an old friend Ryan.
All that changes when Ashley overhears one of the guests arguing with a strange man in the bathroom. Things get worse when the woman is found dead the next day, poisoned by one of Ashley’s cream puffs.
Ashley must solve the mystery to save the reputation of her nascent business. She is thrust into the lives of people from her past who all have something to hide. Is the murderer a jealous lover? An out-of-towner with business interests? A local hero turned criminal? Teaming up with her old friend Ryan and her loyal dog Dizzy, Ashley sets out to solve the crime.
Will she be able to solve the murder before her business reputation is completely ruined?
Ashley Adams has come back to Seagrass Texas. With her friend, she starts a catering business. She has gotten her first big break when there is a murder implicating her cream puff. To clear her name and save her business Ashley tries to get to the bottom of the murder. The mystery brings her to lots of interesting tidbits to her hometown. Will she be able to figure out who the murderer was before she loses her business?
In ” an Oyster Shell – A tasty mystery.
The Pearls – The mystery was well developed. I couldn’t figure out who did it. It was a perfect mystery that kept me guessing.
The cuisine mentioned in the story was delectable. It added an interesting element to the story that I liked.
The relationships between characters were really good. Ashley interacted with a lot of supporting characters and it made for a good read.
The Sand – The story lacked humor which I find essential in a cozy mystery.