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This was an enjoyable read centering on Hope who was recently divorced and trying to get back to reality. There were several characters introduced immediately but keep track of each was not difficult. This was a cozy read that had twists and turns and kept me interested and is an excellent start to a new series. This is a first read for me from this author, but I think that I have listened to the narrator in the past. I enjoyed both the writing style and the narration and have included this series in my to be read series shelf.
There’s big trouble in Quincy’s Gap when the “Diva of Dough” arrives to bake the wedding cake for Milla and Jackson’s Christmas Eve wedding. The Diva, a celebrity television chef and cookbook author, is Milla’s younger sister. And while her cakes are delectably sweet and incredibly beautiful, the Diva makes enemies wherever she goes. When one of the Diva’s enemies decides to take her out, and Deputy Lucy Hanover finds the famous chef’s body covered in cake batter, the Supper Club members find themselves up to their necks in suspects.