Caramel Crush by Jenn McKinlay

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Traveling With T purchased this for her own personal reading.

Caramel Crush

Summary: When a breakup via cupcake threatens to crumble their friend’s life for good, Mel and Angie race to solve the murder as this New York Times bestselling series continues…

Love is in the air at Fairy Tale Cupcakes as Angie prepares for her wedding, but co-owner, Mel, is preparing for a breakup. Her old friend, Diane Earnest, is dumping her fiancé after discovering he’s only marrying her for her money. She wants Mel to personally deliver a batch of caramel breakup cupcakes to the louse and give her a play-by-play of his reaction.

When Mel finally tracks the man down, the look on his face isn’t the reaction she was expecting: he’s dead. After the police arrive and see the incriminating cupcakes, Diane becomes their prime suspect. If she hopes to taste freedom again, Mel and Angie must make sure the real killer gets their just desserts…

 

Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

Basically another delightful entry in the Cupcake Bakery series. These are books that I read for my own personal enjoyment- I don’t try to figure out the bad person, I just soak up the atmosphere of the book and hope I find my Angie one day- because Mel and Angie = #friendshipgoals.

With that being said, I am ready for Angie and Tate to get married. I like them, I do, but I’ve always been a bit more invested in Dear Joe and Mel’s relationship and I’m ready for Joe, Mel and Captain Jack to be a family!

The mystery was good and I LOVED the idea of break-up cupcakes (seriously, genius idea!)

I even liked the glimpses into Mel’s past- I know we’ve gotten to know a bit of her past, but this story illuminates her past even more.

Bottom line: Whether you are new to series or a long time fan- there is plenty to enjoy in Caramel Crush!

 

*Traveling With T purchased this book for her own personal reading.*

 

Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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