This week, I'm featuring A Pairing to Die For, the second in the fun Colorado Wine Mysteries by Kate Lansing.
I really enjoyed the first in this series, and this one was just as fun.
Here's how it begins:
I should have brought flowers. A pacifying bouquet of lilies, hydrangeas, and daisies. Instead, foolishly, I brought wine, and left myself open to a world of criticism from my boyfriend's judgy family.
Jumping ahead to 56% into the book, we've got this:
"You should be more careful who you sneak up on," she says, her focus entirely on the task at hand.
"I tried to holler so I wouldn't spook you."
"It'll take more than that to catch me off guard." There's a twinkle in her gray eyes.
The book comes out on Tuesday. My review won't be up until Thursday, but don't wait until then. It's a great book. (But come back Thursday to read my full review.)