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At the moment though, Terri has an unusual problem on her hands. It is ...
At the moment though, Terri has an unusual problem on her hands. It is Super Bowl time. The girls are getting food ready for clients and are already pushed to the limit to get everything done on time. So, when the extremely annoying, demanding, very wealthy, Logan Adams-Buckley calls and places an outrageous order for truffles, lots of truffles, (the very expensive, from France, kind of truffles), along with other extravagant items, Terri and Brianna are beside themselves with confusion and frustration at Logan's selfishness and rude attitude. Logan then immediately sends a large check to pay for the order, which Terri promptly takes to the bank. The very next morning however, Logan is dead, allegedly shot by an intruder, at the mansion she shares with her husband Alex and his two young children, Jenni and Benjamin. This leaves Terri and Brianna stuck with truffles, caviar, pate, and other expensive gourmet foods that they find out later, Logan had never intended to use in the first place. When the F.B.I. shows up at Terri's door, they call Brianna's brilliant lawyer, Nick Guerrero, who coincidentaly, is also Alex Buckley's lawyer. After Alex is arrested for Logan's murder, the two young children are turned over to Terri and Brianna's care.
With trying to get ready for the Super Bowl, taking care of the children and nursing a terrible cold, and trying to figure out what her 'sort of' boyfriend, Captain Rico Mathews is up to, Terri is at her wits end. So, when Alex summons her to the prison, where he is currently being housed and asks her to help him solve the crime, she is up to her ears in double trouble, along with double truffles.
Add to all of this, lots of fabulous food and recipes, a few interesting twists and turns, and lots of laughs, and you have double the fun and double the intrigue. Then, of course, Terri solves the crime, all by herself and totally by accident. Again!
Posted October 6, 2007
It's refreshing to read something light and, as a 'foodie' I love the recipes. I also read her first book and agree that the second is better. Hope to hear more from her in the future.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 25, 2007