Dying for a Date by Cindy Sample.*
Cindy Sample's first book brought back memories of meeting frogs through online dating sites. Luckily (as far as I know) none of them were killed after a date with me. Which is the problem that Laurel McKay has after her first date with a man she met through "The Love Club", a non-virtual dating service recommended by her best friend Liz.
She feels badly, but she writes it off as a coincidence and tries dating another guy. When he's fished out of the river during their second date, she begins to wonder if it has something to do with her, and decides to find out.
Juggling a murder investigation, her two kids, a kitten, an ex-husband who suddenly wants to reconcile and her job as a loans underwriter for a local bank means Laurel doesn't have a lot of time, so she convinces Liz to help. When Laurel's co-worker Stan finds out, he wants to help, as does her mother Barbara.
The result is a delightful mix of mystery, romance and silliness. Go get it.
*Many thanks to the author for the e-galley!