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Wedding Cake Murder Hannah Swensen #19On But it’s even chilling to find him stabbed to death in the Lake Eden Inn’s walk in cooler before he’s even had a chance to taste Hannah’s Butterscotch Sugar Cookies Now Hannah has not only lost her advantage she’ll have to solve a mystery with layers than a five tiered wedding ca Having read 14 of the books in the series and then giving up due to the absolutely ridiculous love triangle I went back to the series knowing that the love triangle had been done away with in the previous book I THOUGHT that was a positive but no The writing is so awful It is almost as if the author is being paid by the word At least the character of Tracy was MIA in this book but Hannah's new love is now featured wowwhat a bore Snooze alert Here we have two independent people in their 30's who have no idea if they are compatible financially or sexually because THAT would just be awkward to talk about something like that before you hitch you wagon to someone for the rest of your life?? Do yourself a favor and skip this yawner

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Wedding Cake Murder Hannah Swensen #19 doc à ebook read ↠ naturaltreatment ✓ Everyone in Lake Eden Minnesota may have had their doubts but at long last Hannah Swensen is getting married Hannah is thrilled to be marrying Ross Barton her college crush And her excitement only grows when she leaEveryone in Lake Eden Minnesota may have had their doubts but at long last Hannah Swensen is getting married Hannah is thrilled to be marrying Ross Barton her college crush And her excitement only grows when she learns he’ll be able to join her on her trip to New York City for the Food Chan It only took me a full day to finish because I had to keep putting it down and walking away So so bad Why do I keep reading this series? After the last five or so books I promisethreaten myself with 'I'm breaking up with Hannah' but I always take her back is it masochism? I don't know Eight pages in and I was already regretting itAt least we were spared the 'MoisheCuddles table chase' seuence this timeToo much focus on some things sudden last minute revelations about others and a general feeling of 'Yes this is another poorly plotted rush job'Continuing sense of 'must meet word count so I'll over describe inanimate objects with four adjectives and modifiers'I love books and reading too much to give it a truly dismal rating but there's no way I'm praising it either

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Nel’s dessert chef contest They get a taste of the Big Apple before Hannah wins the Hometown Challenge and the producers bring all the contestants to Lake Eden to tape the remainder of the show It’s nerve wracking enough being judged by Alain Duuesne a celebrity chef with a nasty reputati 4 StarsI felt a little let down and disappointed by this book Don't get me wrong I love this world The Cookie Jar and the residents of Lake Eden are my jam But I expected I felt like Hannah's choice of Ross over Mike or Norman was the chicken's way out I know that choice happened in the previous book but it does effect this book We the audience have become so invested in these two men that Hannah not choosing either of them was like a slap in the face of the reader It was just unthinkable I felt slighted I think I have always leaned toward Team Mike than Team Norman but Team Ross just wasn't on the scoreboard for me So the idea of Hannah getting married was just meh I wasn't interested in these festivities Ross just seemed so non chalent about the wedding I wondered if he even wanted it to occur I may have been influenced to not liking the wedding due to the groom alone All the wedding festivities felt dull and almost like an after thought The Food Network contest was the true gem and focus of this piece The characterization of the head judge was excellent I was loving to hate him What a schmuckI was so mad at Hannah's mom in the beginning for the underhanded way she forced Hannah into having a big wedding that I wrote a whole blog about that small fact It really bothered me Bad you DeloresI loved how Michelle has become such an integral character in the last few books But in this tome where was Mike Lisa and Norman I totally missed them They had tiny bit parts here barely background characters It is my feeling when you have this trio front and center Hannah really shines I hope to see of them in future booksThe recipes that were sprinkled through out the book in the past have seemed to just flow with the text but this time felt like product placements It was as if the author said I need so many recipes and I will put them here here and here and now I have to write something awkward in the text about them to make that recipe appear to make sense in the paragraph It was annoying me I never really noticed it before but it really stood out in this bookSince I am not a Ross fan I kept finding myself hoping that he would turn out to be the killer and then my Team MikeTeam Norman rivalry would live on Near the end Hannah says how Ross loves his red wine and I was like EUREKA He did it and I speedily read to see if I was right But I once again did not discover the true killer and the motive eluded me Many of the true clues about who the killer turned out to be was kept under wraps and not revealed to the reader making it harder for us to figure out whodunitAll in all the book had good bones but lacked a bit on follow through I hope the next book offers for us readers to dig our teeth intoI received this book as an ARC Advanced Reader Copy from NetGalley in return for an honest review I thank the publisher the author and NetGalley for allowing me to read this title