Plot or Premise
What I Liked
It’s an easy, quick-paced story, and Jennifer is a bit quirky. Nice, occasionally a dingbat, has her moments, but quirky. She has a new romantic interest that adds some fun to the story, and lots of female friends who are supportive. Plus, the victim is obviously deserving of murder — a book agent. In addition to being well-written, with great story-lines, there were some seriously funny moments that made me smile repeatedly (people seem to frown on you laughing out loud when you are by yourself reading on buses or in restaurants, so I held myself to grinning).
What I Didn’t Like
The book was a little tough for me to get into at first, and I initially hated the main character who talks to her future, as yet unconceived, child on a fairly regular basis as a plot device.
The Bottom Line
Liked it enough to buy the next one in the series.
🐸🐸🐸⚪️⚪️ – 3/5 Good (August 18, 1998)
I am not personal friends with the author, but I did interact with her online.