Margot and Adam are counting down the days ’till they get married. However, when Adam is accused of murdering a man, Margot is determined to right the wrong. She has to start digging into Adam’s work life as well as his past. With help from the local police department, Adam’s brother, and Dexter, she works to discover the truth.
Though Margot normally works hard on the cases throughout the books in this series, it’s nice to see her getting the full support of the police force. I enjoyed seeing Ben Jr. helping her throughout the book, however, you feel like he is always holding something back. He has become a very interesting and well-balanced character in the series. I think that due to the fact Margot is a little more interested in justice, she is willing to look the other way when either Ben or Dex are doing something that is not exactly legal. We get to know Adam’s brother really well in this book. Margot gets a lot of interesting information out of him in order to help Adam.
We get to see how much Adam trusts Margot in this book. Though we don’t get to see him very much, for obvious reasons, he still manages to get messages to Margot to encourage her throughout the case. I enjoyed how everyone just lets Margot do her thing without interfering. I also really enjoyed the ending of the book, I found it was very cute.
Thigh I feel like the overall plot is very common. In most cozy mysteries, right when the main characters are going to get wed, one of them is suspected of a murder. I can name many different books, but I would just waste some time.
I still really enjoyed this book, and I’m looking forward to the next book in the series.