Smoldering Flames and Secrets
#7, A Raina Sun Mystery
Anne R. Tan
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Smoldering flames are still deadly.
Raina Sun is in San Francisco, preparing for her cousin's upcoming wedding…to her ex-boyfriend. Even though she is a reluctant bridesmaid, she understands duty to her family. When the bridegroom shows an unusual interest in her fiancé, and a dead body drops in during the rehearsal dinner, Raina is drawn into another murder investigation.
She must prove the bridegroom's innocence, or he will reveal a secret that could change her beloved fiancé's life…and not for the better. As things heat up, she learns all families have skeletons, and some are more deadly than others. Among the hundred of guests, could she find this heartless killer before she becomes the next victim? And will this secret stay hidden?
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I’ve read every book from the series thus far. They’re such an easy light hearted read. Never drawn out or dull. The only negative is that I wish they were longer so I could keep reading. Looking forward to the next one!
Couldn’t wait to start reading
Smoldering Flames and Secrets is number 7 in the series. The usual wonderful characters are present. Grandma Po Po, Matthew, And Lucy Fong, Raina’s ‘foster’ cousin (who has her own series).
Because this story take place in Raina’s home town, we get to meet family members, only mentioned in previous books.
Having been privileged to attend a Chinese wedding many years ago, I was interested to see how much I remembered, as this story revolves around one.
I’ve already preordered the next Raina Sun title, Hazy Grooms and Homicide, which will be released in late April.
Great story by Anne R Tan!!
This is Smoldering Flames and Secrets, book 7 of Anne R Tan’s outstanding series, the Raina Sun Mysteries. Raina is an amateur detective and her Grandma Po Po is her trusty sidekick. This series is super fun, except for the murder portion, of course. It’s also interesting to learn about Chinese culture. I really think the series would make a wonderful television series for Hallmark Movies and Mysteries! You will not want to put it down until the eventful ending!