lundi 22 avril 2019

A Killer Latte ( Killer Coffee 6) by Tonya Kappes

Hello to all and Happy Easter!

              I'm sorry to have disappeared a little but a lot happened and i even though about giving up when my trust was crushed. ...however that would not have been fair to my other my other friends so it's hard, i'm hurting but not giving up.

Today is a sunny day and really perfect to share my opinion on a new release in the Killer Coffee series by Tonya Kappes so...Happy Reading!

Publisher: Tonya Kappes
Publication: 2019
ISBN:  1799143538
Genre: cozy mystery, romance, southern
Violence: mild

Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 16+
Source: earc

Description from goodreads :

 Welcome to the Bean Hive Coffeehouse where the coffee is as hot as the gossip!

Light, camera, lattes!

A film production crew is wrapping up a major movie filming in Honey Springs, Kentucky.
Everyone is excited. The production crew has brought the bright lights to the tourist town and The Bean Hive has been supplying the production crew with unlimited treats and coffee.

When film actress Daisy Lemon comes in for a taste of the Star Studded Latte being served at the Bean Hive, Roxy Bloom is excited to serve her one. It would be good for promotion for Roxy to get a photo of the famous actress drinking her creation, only Roxy is witness to Daisy's kidnapping.

The Star Studded Latte is now know as the Kidnap Latte, bringing national attention to the Bean Hive, attention that's not necessarily welcome.

With production on hold and Stephen Lemon, Daisy's husband, as the number one suspect, Roxy puts back on her law hat to help Stephen not only clear his name, but find Daisy before Honey Springs is no longer known for the cute, southern, lake tourist town due to the sudden spotlight on the cozy town.

My opinion:
          I love it and it works as standalone which is great point for new reader. Now of course it's better read in order but if you missed a few or just discover this series with this instalment you have all the necessary background to be swept into the story without feeling like you are missing important information.

Roxy is a great heroine and aunt Maxi is a character we can't forget like a whole bunch of Honey Spring residents. With a film production the whole city is excited and in a flurry of activity  which is good for the city until the actress disappear and lights are on Honey Spring for bad reasons.

Poor Patrick is doing his best to support Roxy fully even if he doesn't like knowing she can be in danger and that was really cute .Pepper and Sassy the dogs are a little less seen in this instalment we do get enough to be smiling while deep immersed in the mystery.

The investigation and mystery are wonderfully written to keep us on edge so as often with this series this is a great southern mystery to recommend  with of course the recipe in bonus ( still must try some).

Score:  5/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and i voluntary reviewed this book