Buttercream Bump Off : Cupcake Bakery Mystery

  • by Jenn McKinlay
  • Narrated by Susan Boyce
  • Series: Cupcake Bakery Mystery
  • 6 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Melanie Cooper and Angie DeLaura's Fairy Tale Cupcakes bakery is gearing up for Valentine's Day. Unfortunately, someone has iced Baxter Malloy on his first date with Mel's mother. Now Mom's a suspect, and Mel and Angie need to find time around frosting to dig into the man's shady past and discover who served him his just desserts.
This is the second book in the Cupcake Bakery Mystery series.

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They tried to tell me

I read some of the reviews for this book and I thought they were being harsh. I should have know when our heroine stole the catering contact of her rival. These people are so immature and petty I don't know how anyone could stand them. And if there is one thing I kinda hate about some of these books is a woman with a business who constantly closes said business to run all over town searching for clues. How does the business stay afloat if your never there? And then you lie at the drop of a hat but when confronted with actual law and protocol, you call you ADA boyfriend who crosses all over procedures to help you and your equally immature mother. I realize I haven't really reviewed the actual story. All I gotta say is don't bother. It's too convoluted and silly it will insult your intelligence. I love food related mysteries. I just hope later outings were better than this.
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- Kindle Customer

Sweet Mystery for Stephanie Plumb Fans

Would you consider the audio edition of Buttercream Bump Off to be better than the print version?

I have not read the print version of this book, or any print version of the author's other books, but I did love this audio book so much. The narrator is wonderful and does an excellent job. It is a fun listen, and you could do so all at one time.


What other book might you compare Buttercream Bump Off to and why?

The Stephanie Plum series for sure. Same steamy storylines (to a point), a couple of curse words here or there, romance, a little snark, a little kooky. Just right.


What about Susan Boyce’s performance did you like?

I loved her ability to make you love the characters and the way she transitioned between them. She also did not do a terrible Southern accent.


If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Sweet Treat, Deadly Treats


Any additional comments?

One thing that bothers me is this... who is watching the store? How are they making money?

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- aubie99_98

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-06-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamscape Media, LLC