Four Puddings and a Funeral (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 6): The Oxford Tearoom Mysteries - Book 6: Volume 6 Paperback – 31 Mar. 2017
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Looking forward to July for the next episode.
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Usually I like the characters but if the author is reading, I absolutely detest the way the author keeps on creating plot situations where a 30 yr old protagonist almost bends over her backside to mollify her boyfriend. How after every fight, she seems to see the error of her ways, her friends show her the error of her ways and one wsy or other she makes up with her boyfriend, is always rushing to him. Thay guy seems like the average macho heroes of Rom coms and thr author keeps on perpetuating the same trope.
That even though the boyfriend refuses to bend a litle, how the lady somehow ends up understanding and melts in her love the moment the guy decides to show her some miminal appreciation.
Gemma and Cassie are doing their fist ever full catering job. It's for a funeral reception. There is lots of drama played out as is with many funerals. The new widow is gloating about the daughter being cut out of the will of her very rich husband. Suddenly, the widow drops dead also. Now the daughter gets to plan her Step-mothers funeral also. We also have a stranger make an appearance claiming to be related to the original deceased.
This is a fun story, with well defined characters and lots of laughs along the way. Gemma is still having problems trying to get her mother to accept her boyfriend, trying to run a tea shop, and trying to keep one of the old bitties out of jail at the same time.There is also a guest appearance from a couple of characters from the Bewitched by Chocolate series, which I discovered a couple of weeks ago.
Additionally, two characters from H.Y. Hanna's new Bewitched by Chocolate series, Caitlyn LeFey and her cousin Pomona, were introduced and given some background in this book, which I found to be a nice tie-in. If you have read Dark, Witch and Creamy or Witch Chocolate Fudge, you will especially appreciate the role of the chocolates that Gemma's mother serves at an extremely uncomfortable dinner party.
I highly recommend Four Puddings and a Funeral and anxiously await my next visit to Oxford!
With the will changed, a long lost love child showing up and Gemma's mother still trying to direct her love life it seems that Gemma and her boyfriend Devlin have their hands full.
In this book Caitlin LeFay, MC of a new series is introduced. Also included is a recipe for a sticky toffee tart.
Not yet convinced that one becomes a successful non professional sleuth only by reading mystery books. At least not these; too cozy