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 love the Sarah Booth Delaney series; it's cozy but it's not fluffy. Entertaining without being silly. I'd recommend them without hesitation.
This is the first short story/novella she's published and it's a fast, entertaining, and silly read. A mini-mystery, but with wild characters and a wilder plot. It was a fun 45 minutes or so spent with friends but nothing that's going to add depth to the series, and that's o.k. I totally felt like it was worth the .99 cents I paid for it, and it left me slightly more cheerful than when I started it.
NB: If you are reading the series or might be interested in reading the series - DON'T read this one unless you've already read Smarty Bones. There are spoilers. Big ones. Huge.