The Sin du Jour catering crew is back, this time preparing for a goblin wedding. Lia and Darren think they haven't decided to sign on permanently with Sin du Jour, but that illusion is dispelled so quickly it can't even count as a spoiler.
This time their difficulty is not a hard to get ingredient. There is a challenge in making identical-looking dishes for both goblin and human guests, but that's not the problem, either.
The problem is what happens when a seasoning from the goblin menu is accidentally added to the human menu.
The challenge is undoing the damage.
Entertaining and fun.
I bought this book.