James (katsurian) wrote,
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Veiled Threats by Deborah Donnelly

I finished Veiled Threats by Deborah Donnelly yesterday. I rate it an 8.
When love is in the air, Carnegie Kincaid is not far behind. A wedding planner who works out of her Seattle houseboat, Carnegie makes magic - usually - with fractious families, brimming brides, and cantankerous caterers, to give loving couples the wedding they've always wanted. So why is her dream job turning into a perfect nightmare? It started when Carnegie agreed to plan the wedding of one of Seattle's most prominient families - who happen to be going through a high-stakes, healine-grabbing legal war. Before she can get her bride-to-be into just the right dress, a murder and a kidnapping plunge Carnegie into a mystery of extortion and violence. With a shadowy figure stalking her, a rich lawyer wooing her, and an annoying reporter pursueing her, Carnegie is putting all wedding plans on hold. In an explosion of sheer terror, she must hunt down a killer - till death do her part...

I enjoyed this book and completely lost track of time while immersed within the twists and turns of this story.
I'm currently reading #2 Died to Match in this series.
This is 13/100 Mystery Authors.

This is cross-posted to katurian, mrebuff, bookreports.
Tags: 2006, deborah donnelly
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