By Cleo Coyle

Book #7 in New York Times bestselling writer Cleo Coyle's Coffeehouse secret series...
Coffeehouse supervisor Clare Cosi has been employed to create a connoisseur espresso and dessert bar for her ex-husband?s marriage ceremony. yet her major challenge is bridezilla Breanne Summour. whilst humans on the subject of Breanne start to endure deadly injuries, it?s Clare who may possibly get burned. 

This culinary homicide secret contains scrumptious recipes from the story.

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