Review: WILDFLOWER WEDDING (The Sisters, Texas Book 8) by Becki Willis





Becki Willis

Genre: Cozy Mystery / Romance / Women Sleuths
Publisher: Clear Creek Publishing
Date of Publication:  June 1, 2019
Number of Pages: 284

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It’s the most anticipated wedding of the year in The Sisters, when Madison Reynolds and Brash deCordova finally tie the knot!

Wedding preparations are underway, but the aisle to the altar gets rockier by the minute.

Their support is humbling, but the community’s enthusiasm soon threatens to hijack the wedding. Squeeze in a suspicious death during a Texas Independence Day celebration, the needy new widow Madison befriends, and an unscrupulous politician trying to unseat Brash as chief of police, and the path seems littered with obstacles. 

Madison will move mountains, however, to marry the man of her dreams. All they really need is each other, their children by their side, and a preacher to make it official. In an effort to please everyone, the couple opts for a private ceremony followed by a public celebration. It’s the perfect Wildflower Wedding, but who knew it would end in a killer reception?

Cantankerous Nigel Barrett hired In a Pinch Professional Services to find his estranged family, but it takes more than a home DNA test to locate his next of kin. Madison suspects he was searching for an heir, but when the wealthy rancher is killed at their reception, she’ll settle for finding someone to attend his funeral.

From the author of Forgotten Boxes, Plain Roots, and the Spirits of Texas Cozy Mysteries, enjoy book eight of the award-winning reader favorite The Sisters, Texas Series. 



Becki Willis takes us on a wild ride in this eighth installment of her Mystery series, THE SISTERS, TEXAS.  And true to the heart of this series, there are colorful, dynamic characters, small town drama, and lots to warm you from the inside out. 
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WILDFLOWER WEDDING begins with Madison planning her wedding to her long-time crush, Chief of Police Brash de Corodova.  But as is Maddy’s nature, she just can’t stay out of trouble too long.  While attempting to help an elderly client locate his long-lost family, she encounters one danger after another.  Then when her client drops dead at their wedding reception after gifting the couple very generously, the whole town grows suspicious of the newlyweds.   Maddy goes on a mission to find the person responsible and clear her new husband’s good name.  As usual, trouble finds her.  And unraveling the mystery nearly costs her everything.
The characters from the town appear in each of the stories, adding so much flavor to the Texas setting and small town charm.  The twists and turns of the story keep the reader on their toes, trying to guess what’s next. Willis tells a great story, peeling off the outer layers of the mystery while savoring the romance and relationships between the people of The Sisters. The setting plays such an integral part of the story, thickening the plot and moving it along because of its nature.
Prior to reading this installment, I had only read one other of the books in the series. Although, each book could be read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading the rest of the series to get the true flavor of The Sister, Texas and its inhabitants.  Such a fun story, and I’m definitely going to go back to the beginning of the series to read them all.
Becki Willis, best known for her popular The Sisters, Texas Mystery Series and Forgotten Boxes, always dreamed of being an author. In November of ’13, that dream became a reality.
Since that time, she has published numerous books, won first place honors for Best Mystery Series, Best Suspense Fiction, Best Women’s Detective Fiction, and Best Audio Book, won the 2018 RONE Award for Paranormal Fiction, and has introduced her imaginary friends to readers around the world.
An avid history buff, Becki likes to poke around in old places and learn about the past. Other addictions include reading, writing, junking, unraveling a good mystery, and coffee. She loves to travel but believes coming home to her family and her Texas ranch is the best part of any trip. Becki is a member of the Association of Texas Authors, Writer’s League of Texas, Sisters in Crime, the National Association of Professional Women, and the Brazos Writers organization. She attended Texas A&M University and majored in Journalism.
Connect with Becki below. She loves to hear from readers and encourages feedback!
GRAND PRIZE: Signed Copy of Wildflower Wedding + $20 Amazon Gift Card
2nd Prize: $10 Amazon Gift Card
June 20-30, 2019
(U.S. Only)
Chicken Scratch, #1
When the Stars Fall, #2
Stipulations & Complications, #3
Home Again: Starting Over, #4
Genny’s Ballad, #5
Christmas in The Sisters, #6
The Lilac Code, #7
Wildflower Wedding, #8
Wildflower Wedding, #8
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2 thoughts on “Review: WILDFLOWER WEDDING (The Sisters, Texas Book 8) by Becki Willis

  1. I must admit, I was under a good deal of pressure for this one. Readers wanted their wedding, and they wanted it three books ago! I hope it lived up to expectations. Thanks for reading and reviewing. 🙂


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