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Book Review | Chilled To The Cone by Ellie Alexander – A Bakeshop Mystery Book 12

Date Published | December 29, 2020

Date Read | May 2021

Goodreads Rating | 3

Overall | This is the 2nd book in the series I’ve read so maybe if I had read them in order I’d be more inclined to like this installment but it was meh.

Pros | The characters all seem well-developed by this book in the series

Cons | Not sure I buy the whole drug-addict homelss person who loves children and entertains whem with balloons in between getting high or wasted. I am totally against cheating and found it weird to read about her dating other men while her husband is in town because she left him but didn’t divorce him. Like, make a decision.

Warnings | None

POV | First Person POV Past Tense

Will I Be Continuing With The Series | No

Description |

The deep freeze has thawed in Ashland, Oregon and Torte is gearing up for a busy spring. When a surprise opportunity to launch a pop-up ice cream shop comes her way, Jules jumps at the chance to showcase Torte’s signature iced drinks and cold custards. But selling the desserts of her dreams comes at a price. . .and, before she knows it, Jules’s life swirls into a nightmare. One of the town’s most colorful characters, a street performer known for wearing capes and a cone-shaped hat, turns up dead just as Torte 2.0 is set to open its doors. Can Jules get the scoop on what happened to “The Wizard” of Ashland before her new business venture reaches a chilling conclusion?

Chilled to the Cone A Bakeshop Mystery by Ellie Alexander - Lisa Siefert Book Reviews
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