#70 - The Accidental Florist by Jill Churchill
This is the 16th book in the Jane Jeffry series by Jill Churchill. I was really looking forward to reading this book as I have enjoyed the rest of the series. But, this book was a disappointment.
The mystery element in this book was nearly non-existent. The writing was poor quality, and the story seemed contrived and trite.
It's almost like Jill Churchill didn't even write this book.
The main portion of the story is about Jane finally marrying her long time fiance, Mel Van Dyne. The mystery takes a back seat to wedding planning, and Jane taking a women's safety course. The story included strangely melodramatic tension with her future MIL, and weird discourses on safety and even a page dedicated to clumping cat litter and how to clean out a cat "bin.''
A very strange, odd and disappointing end (??) to an otherwise great mystery series.
50 Book Challenge 2007: 50/50