One Hex of a Wedding (Chintz 'n China, #5)

One Hex of a Wedding (Chintz 'n China, #5)

by Yasmine Galenorn

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Overview

Emerald O'Brien is about to tie the knot with her fiance Joe, but one uninvited guest to their engagement party reminds her that some ties still need to be severed. Her ex-hubby Roy can't hold his liquor--or his temper--and after brawling with Joe, he threatens to ruin their wedding. When Joe is wounded from a gunshot the next day, Roy becomes the prime suspect. Emerald knows her ex has a mean streak a mile wide but doesn't believe he'd be capable of attempted murder. And when a sinister presence starts stalking her maid of honor, Em begins to worry that her marriage has been cursed before she's even walked down the aisle...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153516462
Publisher: Nightqueen Enterprises LLC
Publication date: 11/12/2016
Series: Chintz 'n China , #5
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 37,966
File size: 468 KB

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One Hex of a Wedding (Chintz and China Mystery Series #5) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
bookwizardAG More than 1 year ago
I believe this is the final volume in the Chintz & China series. All five books are chock full of action, adventure and the paranormal. Imagine missing your nanna and suddenly finding her spirit comforting you. This is about a divorced mother of two who owns a tea room and china shop. It's gripping and the characters are believable and become favorites. DON'T MISS THIS SET!
krissa on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Charming. A cozy mystery that grabbed me right off the bat. I have the say that the witch aspect of it was not overly obtrusive in the beginning, but really shocked me when it did come up. Then toward the end, I was used to it. But maybe it¿s just me, and a sign I haven¿t read many mysteries that contain supernatural aspects in them. It was a quick read, and it was one that I could just let go and enjoy the journey, and not have to over analyze to keep up. I love the diversity of characters. Witches, bikers, children, and Indian medicine woman, ex¿s, and police and paramedics, sometimes with their girlfriends. Many are one dimensional characters, but it still makes for a fun journey. If I had it to do over, I think I would start at the beginning of the series. This book does stand alone fairly well, but I was often distracted by details you know are alluding to a previous book. It tended to throw me off. I enjoyed this book and I would probably read another one if I came across it in the library, but I don¿t think I will go out and intentionally seek it out.If you have read any others in this series, please let me know what you thought, I would be interesting to hear your thoughts =D
thewalkinggirl on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The only things that really stood out to me about the book were (1) does YG get a kick-back every time she mentions Victoria¿s Secret in one of her novels? And (2) for a woman who starts the book saying how much happier and healthier she feels now that she¿s cut out the excess sugar from her diet, Emerald really eats a lot of crap ¿ starting her days with overly sweetened coffee and eating cookies, brownies, etc. throughout her days. I ended this book with a desperate longing for a green salad. The fact that I was paying this much attention to the minutiae of the story is probably a good indication of how interesting it was. Emerald¿s interactions with Joe were infrequent and blandly sweet, she seems even preachier with her kids than normal and there wasn¿t the usual community camaraderie with her shop customers. The mystery of who shot Joe and who was stalking Murray was really half-hearted; what should have been scary was actually pretty boring.Not one of YG¿s better works.
wyvernfriend on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Emerald O'Brien is about to tie the knot with her fiance, Joe, however plans appear to be going awry. Between her ex-husband causing problems at the engagement party, someone shooting at her fiance (and she's not sure that her ex-husband isn't guilty of that one), her dress having problems and her family having, well, family moments.It's a fun read, with very realistic paganism and very realistic family and mystery issues.
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