Say Yes to Death

Say Yes to Death

By: Susan McBride


Weddings are supposed to be full of flowers and sweets, but when the state’s premier wedding planner tries to pull a power play with the wrong people, danger is added to the mix.  In Susan McBride’s latest novel, Say Yes to Deathreaders are gifted with the return of Andrea Kendricks from her Debutant Dropout series.  Essentially a tom boy growing up in the land of gowns and frills, Andrea Kendricks broke free from the drudgery of debutant life.  Opting for a simple yet more fulfilling lifestyle, Andrea still manages to be pulled back into the drama and danger of the elite inner circle.  Attending a celebrity wedding with her mother, Andrea manages to get entangled yet again.  Ending up as a bridesmaid sounded like the worst of her problems.  Until her former schoolmate turned renowned witch of wedding planners ends up dead, and her a family friend is framed for the murder.  Channeling her inner Nancy Drew, Andrea searches for a way to find out who really killed the wedding planner.

While I normally go for the more intense crime novels, this sugary murder mystery was just what I was craving.  Say Yes to Death is about as light and airy as butter cream frosting and was a sweet break from the pulse pounding, hard hitting murder mysteries.  Susan McBride gifts audiences with a perfectly packaged murder mystery in the heart of Dixie Land.  Every bit as good as its predecessors, McBrides creativity and knack for story telling are about as captivating as the bride and groom’s first dance.  A fast read, you’ll quickly devour this novel.  Ladies who enjoy a good gossip, or crave a front seat to a murder mystery will enjoy this one.  You might not want to read this one during wedding season though!

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