Is that too much to ask?
Lizzie Hart is finally living the dream. She's engaged to the love of her life, Blake Morgan, and more importantly, she hasn't even given a thought to dead bodies or murder investigations for an entire year. The only hurdle in Lizzie and Blake's way to wedded bliss is introducing their polar opposite families to each other at their engagement party.
Blake's parents have thrown a lavish shindig, but the fun is quickly over when Blake's brother arrives with an unexpected guest, the woman who left Blake at the altar years ago. If that weren't enough drama for one evening, Lizzie and Blake find the town mayor dead and the detectives on the case put Blake at the top of their suspect list.
It's a race against the clock for Lizzie and Blake to find the real killer before the police decide to lock Blake up and throw away the key.
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Love the Lizzie Hart series. CB
Sweet. A Lizzie Hart mystery wrapped up neatly
I couldn't put it down! Blake and Lizzie can never just have a nice normal day, luckily when disaster strikes at their engagement party they are more than capable of solving the mystery and catching the bad guy (s?) This fun and short installment is just as good as the full length stories!
What a crazy family. Lizzie and Blake are having an engagement party, but Lizzie is apprehensive about their parents meeting. They are all just a little crazy. During the party, there is a murder and Blake is blamed. Now Lizzie and Blake have to make sure they find the real killer. I was a little surprised when the killer was unmasked and thought it was a good mystery.
In the fourth book of the Lizzy Hart series, Lizzy is within weeks of her marriage to the handsome Blake. At their engagement party, the obnoxious mayor ends up dead on the patio. That’s never a recipe for a good party. The inclusion of both sets of parents makes the story both humorous and a bit irritating. If I had a mother like either of these women, I would run away from home and change my name. So good is our author's descriptive style, I could taste the desserts, feel the chill in the air, and become rather irate at the unexpected appearance of Blake's former fiancé. Lizzy always seems to solve the case, although Fardig writes some very intriguing scenes where Lizzy finds herself in need of rescue. I eagerly await the next Lizzy Hart mystery. I’ve recommended the Lizzy Hart series to many friends and with the release of this fun read, I will continue to do so.