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Slay It with Flowers (Flower Shop Mystery Series #2) [NOOK Book]

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Law school drop-out-turned-flower shop owner Abby Knight has been asked to be a bridesmaid by her cousin. But before the couple says "I do," a groomsman disappears-and another member of the wedding party is found dead. Abby has to hurry down an aisle of suspects to unveil the truth-and make sure the bride still gets to the church on time.


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Slay It with Flowers (Flower Shop Mystery Series #2)

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Overview

Law school drop-out-turned-flower shop owner Abby Knight has been asked to be a bridesmaid by her cousin. But before the couple says "I do," a groomsman disappears-and another member of the wedding party is found dead. Abby has to hurry down an aisle of suspects to unveil the truth-and make sure the bride still gets to the church on time.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101118276
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 3/1/2005
  • Series: Flower Shop Mystery Series , #2
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 56,733
  • File size: 328 KB

Meet the Author

Kate Collins
Kate Collins
Kate Collins is the author of the best-selling Flower Shop Mystery Series. Her books have made the Barnes & Noble mass market mystery best-sellers’ lists, the Independent Booksellers’ best-seller’s lists, as well as booksellers’ lists in the U.K. and Australia. All books are available in paperback and hardback, large print editions. Kate’s ninth book in the series, SLEEPING WITH ANEMONE, was a February, 2010 release, and her tenth, DIRTY ROTTEN TENDRILS, will be out October, 2010.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2005

    Sassy Abby is at it again!

    This sequel is just as fun as the first one with a couple more twists added to it. I found myself racing through some of the chapters to find out what would happen next! I thought to myself while reading about Abby's habits and quirks that I am so like Abby! A sassy, fun, mystery story to read on a rainy day!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2014

    Even better than the first which is rare for me. 

    Even better than the first which is rare for me. 

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  • Posted November 20, 2011

    recommended

    recommended

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  • Posted July 14, 2011

    I read ths book in 1 day

    So good u cant pt it dwn

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2010

    gud book

    i read this book in lyk less then 2 days its pretty interestin but then again my faveorite type ov books are mysteries

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  • Posted August 17, 2010

    fun series

    just loved these books

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2008

    I really like this series

    This is the 2nd book in the Flower Shop Mystery series. Abby Knight has been asked by her cousin, Jillian, to be a bridesmaid. Abby, not quite thrilled, agrees and will also provide the flowers for the ceremony. Honestly, Abby is more interested in receiving the paycheck to keep her business afloat than being a bridesmaid. Abby has doubts about the wedding anyway because Jillian is known for getting engaged annually and dumping her fiance before the wedding day.<BR/><BR/>Not only does Abby have to wear a hideous dress, she also has to see her former fiance, who is the groom's brother. Still, Abby wants to do the right thing and tries her best to make sure her cousin gets married. The bride and groom walking down the aisle soon becomes doubtful as one of the groomsmen goes missing and the another is found dead. Despite Abby promising not to meddle, she soon finds herself in the middle of the investigation.<BR/><BR/>I really like this series. I like Abby Knight as a main character. She's a young woman trying to move on with her life by following her dreams. She struggles with her mom (who really wants her married with children) and living in her brothers' shadows (they are extremely successful with families of their own). She lives with her best friend, Nikki, and her friend's cat, Simon. She recently met Marco, the owner of the bar across the street from her shop. Her one flaw is she can't keep her promise of not meddling. From this, she finds herself being kidnapped, stalked and threatened. I will continue to read the rest of the series.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An upbeat jocular amateur sleuth novel.

    Abby Knight, the owner of Bloomers Florists in New Chapel Idaho, needs all the business she can get if she doesn¿t want to lose the store. After flunking out of law school her fiancée broke off with her and she doesn¿t want to fail a second time which is why she is reluctantly doing the floral arrangements for the wedding of her rich and spoiled cousin Jillian......................... Abby is also the bridesmaid in the wedding so her time is stretched pretty thin with no free moments for other activities like solving a homicide involving a member of the wedding party. However, if she wants the wedding to proceed as scheduled so she can collect the money for the floral arrangements, Abby needs to find the killer so she starts questioning the various members of the wedding party from the woman he jilted to the gay groomsman he outed. While she is following up leads, she finds herself trying to prove a prostitution ring is operating in her town and wants to get the evidence that will nab the culprits. These two investigations are linked but by the time Abby figures that out, she is in mortal danger..................... In spite of the precarious, hair raising and frightening situations Abby finds herself in, SLAY IT WITH FLOWERS is an upbeat jocular amateur sleuth novel. The protagonist despite what she says likes getting involved in an investigation mainly because she has sexy PI Marco Salvare to rescue her when she finds herself in dangerous situations. Kate Collins has written an uplifting, amusing and feel good amateur sleuth tale.................. Harriet Klausner

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