Proposals and Poison

About the book: Love can be a very dangerous thing. 

At least it seems that way to Adri Pyper, the premier wedding planner in Sun Valley, Idaho. When one of her clients dies mysteriously, Adri takes the advice of the local detective and swears she will stay out of the investigation . . . this time. Luke Stetson's involvement in the case, along with the possibility of a kiss between the two, should be enough incentive to keep Adri out of trouble. But when a dog-themed wedding is almost ruined by a suspect, Adri and her assistant, Lorea, are thrust into private eye mode. When poison enters the picture, even a reluctant sleuth can’t steer clear of danger.

My review: I have been loving this great series by Rachelle J Christensen. I love the setting, Sun Valley, Idaho has lots of fond memories from my high school days. 

I love Adri's business, she's always helping her clients find their happily ever after by planning the best wedding possible for each person. And her assistant Lorea is so fun! 

I love that Adri is always thrust into murder investigations not by her own choice, but how her friend and police officer, Tony, is always trying to get her to stay out of them. It was kind of funny in this one how Tony had Lorea trying to help her stay out of the investigation but that kind of backfired on him!

Then there's Luke, Adri's favorite guy who she's uncertain will ever be able to fall in love again after what happened to his wife. I love the way he watches out for Adri, even when he spends a large chunk of time as a lawyer trying to win his cases.

This book was so much fun! I loved the whole plot, I love that there are tons of crafty ideas for weddings or pretty much whatever you want at the start of each chapter, if you're a crafty person you might want to try some out! And the weddings are so fun, who would have ever thought of a dog themed wedding! And I loved that I didn't have the mystery figured out before it was revealed at the end of the story. I can't wait for more of these great mysteries!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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