Published December 15th 2014 by Henery Press
Synopsis: The day Giulia Falcone jumped the wall—that’s code for leaving the convent—her sole possessions were the clothes on her back.
Four years later, she’s an official Private Investigator juggling a rash of church vessel thefts and her complete inability to find a wedding gown that doesn’t require her to steal a gold chalice for herself. She’s about to marry her boss despite all the advice about office romance.
Giulia is a champion multitasker. The Church is on her back to find the thief. Her all-natural co-worker is insisting she walk down the aisle to the soundtrack for The Sound of Music. Her fiancé’s relatives are overwhelming her with plans and advice and excitement. Piece of cake.
She can find the clue that unmasks the thief. She can keep an eye on the music. All she needs is a wedding gown for her own wedding. In four days. What could possibly go wrong?
My Review: This was a prequel to the Guilia Driscoll Mystery series. This is a bridge book from the Driscoll and Falcone series to the Giulia Driscoll series. A very brief story about her wedding to her partner. I am looking forward to getting into this series. In this book she solved the mystery of who is stealing the gold chalices etc. and replacing them with brass ones in the local catholic churches. This is a humourous story which made me smile and definitely peaked my interest for the rest of the series. I may have to go back and read the Falcone and Driscoll Investigation series to find out why she left the convent and how she and Frank hooked up.