I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
I can't think of a single book Molly Harper has written that I haven't enjoyed on some level; even if the plots aren't always solid, the snarky humor and solid character dynamics that revolve around family and friends makes up for it.
This was the case with Ain't She a Peach. It's part of a series of books that aren't serial, called Southern Eclectic; they share a common setting and characters, but act as stand alone reads. Comparing story structures between this one and Sweet Tea and Sympathy, Ain't She a Peach lacks the central plot that pulled ST&S together. Here, Frankie's story is far more focused on her struggle for maturity and autonomy, as the only-child/cancer survivor to older parents. The romance is secondary, and the resolving the break-ins to the family mortuary tertiary, and by far the weakest link in the plot.
Still, any fan of Molly Harper's will find a lot to like here. Few authors I read come close to the engaging and engrossing dialog Harper spills across her pages and she creates characters that are likeable, hilarious, strong and noble - characters that really are the people you wish your friends and family could be - without making them into after-school-special paper constructs.
Not her best, but still enjoyable, and exactly what I've been needed to read the last few weeks.