It's not the best cosy mystery I've ever read - something about the writing bothers me (nothing obviously wrong with it as such, but ... the pacing is a bit off? choppy? and the style is very simplistic, with lots of very short sentences and paragraphs of one sentence each) - but as this is now the second Ginger Lightley mystery I've read, there's obviously something about them that appeals to me, too. I think it's the general atmosphere - there's something nice and warm about it.
I liked the first book better, though.