Clare's been hired to create a gourmet coffee and dessert bar for a New York wedding to be held at the world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art. Famous chefs will be there, celebrities, members of the press, well-known politicians - so why isn't she thrilled to have this chance to shine? Because the person tying the knot is Matteo Allegro, her ex-husband and current business partner. And while Clare has no plans to ever marry Matt again, she's afraid he's making a terrible mistake.
The bride-to-be is Trend magazine editor Breanne Summour. Beautiful, wealthy, and sophisticated, the snarky tastemaker has never been a low maintenance kind of gal, and now she's in full-blown bridezilla mode. The only way that Clare can possibly deal with her is to put her misgivings aside and focus on buisness. But as a successful amateur sleuth, murder is Clare's business, too. And when fatal accidents begin befalling people close to Breanne, Clare becomes suspicious. Is someone trying to sabotage the wedding? To kill Breanne? Between persuading a sexy Italian sculptor into lending her a one-of-a-kind fountain and roasting some of the rarest coffee beans on Earth, Clare starts to investigate. But what she unveils, amid melted chocolate and steaming mochaccinos, may just get her burned....
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Great audio of a great book!
one of her best
The story line was compelling and never failed to keep me interested. The development of the story had many twists and turns, and slowly merged the varying plot lines to a plausible solution. I also enjoyed the passages about NYC today, since I live 3,000 miles away but grew up in southern Westchester Co and I love the city still.
Claire's character has evolved in this installment (#7) into a more professional amateur detective and her persona is even more interesting.
I definitely wanted to listen in one sitting and having a bad chest cold made that almost possible. I'll definitely listen again.
I highly recommend this book.
- Irene "ireneth"