Review; Marry Christmas Murder (Wedding Planner Mystery #5) by Stephanie Blackmoore

Earlier this year I recieved an ARC of the Christmas themed cosy mystery Marry Christmas Murder (Wedding Planner Mystery #5) by Stephanie Blackmoore through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
As professional wedding planner Mallory Shepard organizes a Christmas Eve gala for her best friend, Olivia, the obstacles are starting to outnumber Santa's reindeer . . .

Olivia's dreaming of a white Christmas--as in a white wedding gown and all the trimmings. But that's not the only event that's keeping everyone busy. Olivia's family are in real estate development, and they're sponsoring Paws and Poinsettias--a benefit for the Port Quincy animal shelter. Meanwhile, Mallory's mom wants to use her daughter's connection to snag a job staging homes for the company . . . and the current stager is not filled with holiday cheer at the news that she might be replaced.

When the endangered employee downs some antifreeze-spiked punch at a party, Mallory has a murder to solve--among other mysteries including a missing cat, a toy-drive heist, and a baby found in a manger thirty years earlier . . .

My Thoughts on the Book
Marry Christmas Murder is an engaging cosy mystery with several twists and turns. I loved several of the characters, which is well written and the book had a nice Christmas feel to it without being overly cheesy.

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