Book Review : Winner Cake All by Denise Swanson
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Hey friend! Thanks for stopping in for my review of the book Winner Cake All by Denise Swanson.
*Disclaimer : I received a copy of this ebook for free from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
Below you’ll find the description of the book provided by NetGalley, followed by my personal review and star rating.
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Once again, it looks like Dani Sloan will get a slice of the action…
In the small town of Normalton, IL, there aren’t a lot of opportunities for small business owner Dani Sloan to cater big-ticket events. But that’s about to change—a client named Yvette Joubert is marrying Franklin Whittaker, the richest guy around, and they want Dani to cater their engagement party! The swanky event is the perfect opportunity to put Dani on the map for wealthier clients.
But when a storm hits the party after guests arrive, it becomes clear that more than the dinner is ruined: Yvette is found dead beneath the marquee. Is her death a tragic accident, or a perfectly orchestrated murder? Then the case gets even juicier—it turns out that Yvette’s ex-husband is Spencer Drake, Dani’s almost-boyfriend, and the police start circling. Now Dani must follow an unending list of clues to save her business, her better half, and catch a criminal. Let’s just hope they get their just desserts!
My Review :
Overall, this book was enjoyable. Dani and Spencer make a lovely pair, (basically a couple).
As Dani is fighting to make a name for herself as a caterer, and gets a big chance to do just that when Yvette enters the scene.
But big drama ensues when nothing goes as planned, and everyone turns out to be a suspect in her murder.
Billionaires, ball players and ex husbands all collide in this setting.
While Winner Cake All is a part of a series, I had no trouble following along even though I hadn’t read the previous installments.
A bit slow moving at times, but Dani is a very likable character with the way she looks out for the younger girls and does a great job of making sure everyone is well fed.
Once again, thank you for dropping by for this book review for Winner Cake All by Denise Swanson. If you’ve read the book, let me know your thoughts in the comments. ⤵️