Business has been a little slow at the Moonlight Magnolia Detective Agency, but full-figured P.I. Savannah Reid doesn't have time to drown her sorrows in a box of double-chocolate truffles. She's too busy watching the Gourmet Network—and drooling over the sinfully scrumptious confections that Lady Eleanor ("The Queen of Chocolate") whips up on-air. But someone isn't sweet on the Queen's charming c...
Series: Savannah Reid (Book 8)
Publisher: Audible Studios on Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 3, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.6 x 5.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 6579744
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I enjoyed this book from G.A. Mckevett, the three tiny dogs were cute. I missed the characters John and Ryan Stone. Savannah finds out her Gourmet Network Chocolate Hero, Lady Eleanor is not all she seems, In fact very much the opposite she is mean ...
wants her to hang up her oh-so-quaint apron—for good.... When Savannah hears that Lady Eleanor's been getting death threats, she jumps at the chance to be her round the clock bodyguard. It's a great chance to meet her idol in person—and maybe pick up some free chocolates, too. But her sweet dreams melt away when the minute she meets Lady Eleanor. The woman is as rotten as last year's Valentine candy—and stingy with the chocolates to boot!But when the Queen of Chocolate bites into a chocolate and drops dead in the middle of her own live TV show, Savannah is horrified. After all, it was her job to protect Lady Eleanor—and now thousands of chocoholics know how horribly she failed. Talk about bad for business. Savannah has to figure out who's to blame for the Queen's untimely (and very ungraceful) demise....