Steamed (Gourmet Girl Mystery #1) Review µ 2

Review Steamed (Gourmet Girl Mystery #1)

Steamed (Gourmet Girl Mystery #1) Review µ 2 ß Susan Conant the acclaimed author of the Dog Lover's mysteries and the Cat Lover's mysteries now teams with her daughter for a new culinary mystery series featuring Chloe Carter known in the chatrooms as GourmetGirl food connoisseur and survivor of failed romances On a uest for the perfect Survivor of failed romances On a uest for the perfect meal and man she risks a blind date with a fellow food lover who's stabbed to death before the check comesTalk about a rocky love life Chloe's first date of the week is murdered Her. This book annoyed me in so many ways The main character was childish and her love interest was arrogant I had no affection for the main character and was grateful to be rid of her at the end of the book Her thought processes were very immature for a 25 year old college graduate The only thing she seemed to care about was getting a buff gorgeous boyfriend That said I did enjoy the description of going through he self checkout line at Home Depot That at least was funny

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Second date is with the prime suspect The investigation plunges the amateur sleuth into the gourmet restaurant scene to discover a cutthroat world of killer competition stormy love affairs and a recipe for Baby Bok Choy Slaw to die for. What a disappointment I so enjoyed Flat Out Love by Jessica Park and Steamed had all the makings of the start of a winning mystery series for me Jessica wrote it with her Mom Susan Conant it took place in Boston and the main character is a foodie named Chloe Carter Turns out I just didn't care for or about Chloe AT ALL P By the end of the book I was so zoned out I couldn't honestly say whodunit I don't care either I hope Jessica's future books continue to resemble Flat Out Love than the tepid Steamed

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Steamed Gourmet Girl Mystery #1Susan Conant the acclaimed author of the Dog Lover's mysteries and the Cat Lover's mysteries now teams with her daughter for a new culinary mystery series featuring Chloe Carter known in the chatrooms as GourmetGirl food connoisseur and. Could not get through this The central problem is that the main character is deeply intensely IMMENSELY unlikeable A spoiled rich girl who has never been out among the unwashed masses she is constantly complaining that ordinary offices spaces are ugly lack of marble countertops is depressing caring about ineuality is boring ugly men can be dated if you get stuff out of them people on first dates should only be served by ugly waitresses so the woman isn't in competition for man's attention food snobs are awful but she wouldn't date any man who didn't know what arugula was and on and on and on and on and onAnd lest you think the authors are setting her up to be an intitially immature shallow and pretentious twit who comes to understand through her interactions with the hoi polloi how little she actually knows of life no That's who she is at the beginning middle and end I skipped ahead You know the book sucks when you're hoping the boyfriend IS the killer so he will hack her to death and put you out of your miseryMaybe they plan to have her realize how horribly repugnant her 1 percenter values are in another volume of this series but I won't be sticking around to find out