From #1 Amazon & New York Times bestselling author Gemma Halliday comes a deliciously deadly decadence in wine country in this USA TODAY bestselling series…In order to boost her struggling family winery’s reputation, Emmy Oak throws a Wine and Chocolate party for the Sonoma Valley elite–featuring her delicious drinks alongside her friend Leah’s decadently chocolaty desserts. But when Leah’s ex-husband’s new trophy wife turns up dead after the party, the police paint Leah in the role of main suspect and the only thing anyone in town can talk about is the murder at the Chocolate Bar.To save face and her friend, Emmy finds herself infiltrating high society and sorting among the catty and cantankerous for her killer. Did the victim’s rare-wine brokering business have anything to do with it? Or was it the hot new golf pro at the club or the frenemy with a jealous streak? Or maybe her husband found a less messy way than divorce to end their short and unhappy marriage? Emmy isn’t sure, but she knows a mysterious man in a cowboy had has something to do with it, and the deeper she digs, the more trouble seems to follow her. Between crashing the country club, dodging danger, and trying to stay one step ahead of the sexy Detective Christopher Grant, Emmy has her work cut out for her to catch a killer…before hers is the next death by chocolate!**Simple and delicious recipes & affordable wine pairings included!**”Ms. Halliday is the undisputed queen of the genre: she knows how to blend fashion, suspense, laughter, and romance in all the right doses.”~ Fresh Fiction”Gemma has a natural flow to her writing, a vibrant, witty voice that makes you want to keep reading. 5 stars!”~ Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine”Halliday is on top of her game!”~ BooklistWine & Dine Mysteries:A Sip Before Dying – book #1Chocolate Covered Death – book #2Victim in the Vineyard – book #3, COMING in September!Marriage, Merlot & Murder – book #4, COMING in January 2020!Rating: This story does not contain any graphic violence, language, or sexual encounters. It’s rating would be similar to PG-13 or what you would find on a Hallmark Channel movie or TV series.