Weddings can be dangerous in Squirrel Hollow, Connecticut. In fact, they can be downright deadly!
Beautiful blondes are dying in Squirrel Hollow and everyone in town thinks they can solve the mystery in two words: Kody Jones.
Kody's been there before and last time she ran. This time she's staying to prove her innocence, even when she realizes she'll be pointing the finger of blame at one of her best childhood friends ... or her old boyfriend ... or her aunt.
Kody tries to clear her name, bring a killer to justice, figure out if she should date -- or hate -- the police detective on the case, and pull off the wedding of the decade ... all before the last bridesmaid dies.
Kody picked up the thin piece of paper from the floor where she had tossed it, and rubbed her forehead. It's nothing, she murmured to herself.
Liar, herself taunted back.
It was always something. Susan was right. Danger tagged after Kody like a homeless kitten.
Jeannine Robinson was dead. That was something right there. Even though the police had yet to recover the body, Kody was certain that Jeannine was propped up in the woods somewhere unscathed except for the fact, of course, that she wasn't breathing.