Review: A Good Day To Pie
Book: A Good Day to Pie
Author: Misha Popp
Thank you NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for an advanced audio copy.
A Good Day to Pie is the second book in the Pies Before Guys series. I was a little lost on the overarching plot but that may have been because I did not have any knowledge of the first book. Even with being lost, A Good Day to Pie was a lot of fun.
The story follows Daisy who kills men who have wronged women with a pie. The part I was lost on was how the pies are made. They are not made with poison, they are made with magic, and that magic will only harm the person it is intended for. I do want to read the first book to see if this is explained further.
Daisy makes it on to a baking competition show and one of the judges happens to be her next target. The only problem is he turns up dead before Daisy has her chance to give him a pie. He was also not the first person to die while filming the show.
This was so much fun! There was a full baking competition going on with great characters all while a murder investigation was going on. The baking competition was my favorite part. The imagery was done so well that I felt like I was watching this competition on TV.
I don’t fully understand the “magic” that goes into baking the pies. Maybe it was explained in the first book but honestly, I didn’t even care because I was having so much fun with the competition.
This is the perfect book for anyone who likes cooking or baking competitions.
Final Score 4/5