Sunday, June 21, 2015

Veils and Vengeance by Rachelle J. Christensen (Wedding Planner Mystery)

Veils and VengeanceVeils and Vengeance by Rachelle J. Christensen
When wedding planner, Adrielle Pyper, goes to Hawaii to orchestrate a destination wedding, she isn't prepared for what she finds.
After the trauma of her previous event, the beautiful isle of Kauai is the perfect place for Adri to unwind and do what she does best – plan. She even lets herself indulge in the attention of the groom’s handsome brother. But just when everything seems to be perfect, an afternoon snorkeling trip turns to murder when Adri discovers the body of a young woman.
Shaken, but unable to let it go, Adri’s sleuthing leads her into more danger than she could imagine. When a number of “accidents” threaten her own life, it soon becomes apparent that someone will do anything to keep Adri from interfering with their vengeance.

My review: Veils and Vengeance by Rachelle J. Christensen
This is a clean cozy murder mystery.  The story is full of romance, great scenery, craft ideas for weddings, suspense and mystery.  I did guess some but missed on a lot too.
This is the second book in the Wedding Planner Mystery series.  It can stand alone by itself but better if you read both I think.

Adrielle Pyper is a wedding planner who is planned a destination wedding in Hawaii.  She has issues in her life about dating.  Adrielle likes the grooms brother and agrees to go out with him.  She also kinda likes a divorce attorney back home Luke.  Luke is coming to the wedding too.
 On her second day in Hawaii she finds a dead body while snorkeling.  She can't stop thinking about the woman she found.  Someone else is afraid of what she might have seen too.
Not everything is going okay with the wedding plans.  Adrielle is even being threatened is she does not change some things.
Once I started reading Veils and Vengeance I did not want to put the book down.  I want to see what happens next in some of the characters lives.
I was given this ebook to read so that I could give a honest review of Veils and Vengeance.

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