something old something dead
There's a wedding in the works and it's going to be a killer!
Ivy Morris never thought she'd be walking down the aisle, especially to take her new stepmother to her old father. It's not flawless because, really, when is anything in Ivy's life flawless? But she does manage it without tripping. It's the reception that has her all atwitter when the wedding singer nearly chokes to death on a glass of water.
On top of that almost-catastrophe, something is going on with the women in the sleepy little town of Martha's Point, Virginia. For some reason no one under the age of fifty can keep their hands off of the delicious Ben Fallon. Ivy's little back shop isn't suffering from all the females running in to get that perfect tiny something to wear under their clothes, but her heart is another matter.
What will it take to get to the bottom of these mysteries? And is Ivy up to it? Well, she's about to find out. Who knew it would be so hard to deal with a live victim this time? And what about when her sister finds something unexpected in The Barn's parking lot?
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Ivy Morris, owner of The Masked Shoppe with an interesting backroom, is in her dad and Martha's wedding. Martha's relative Horace is the leader of the band. He's terrible, especially when he sings the words he came up with for the Chicken Dance. During the reception he almost chokes to death on a glass of water. Soon after a man is found dead in the parking lot in a car.

Ivy has her hands full when all the young women in Martha's Point, VA, can't seem to keep their hands off her boyfriend Ben Fallon. Is there something in the water?

Apparently Ben was a player before she met him. Has he gone back to his wicked ways?

Who was the murdered man? Who tried to kill Horace and why is he causing so much trouble to Martha?

I can't seem to read the books in this series fast enough. They are so much fun! Ivy keeps me laughing. Some of the antics of the women in town had me laughing out loud!

The author has done a great job of intertwining a few mysteries and putting plenty of twists and turns into the plot. I highly recommend this book.

Dawn Dowdle