This is an enjoyable light read. At its heart the story revolves around the capture of a felon who skipped bail. But that is in fact, just a distracti..Show More »on, and the real story is about Kennedy and her fathers' new bondsman! But Stephanie Plum this is not!
There is plenty of humour and lots of madcap action, but the characters are not fleshed out sufficiently to really interest you. But it's a good read, and I look forward to the second book, which is part of the Kindle Unlimited package, as is the third! Well worth the investment. Enjoy!
I use this as the strap line because, having listened to this narrator performi on the other two Fool Me Once novels, she is very good with voices and..Show More » dialects! So much so, that I hated the main characters' voice! Hated it! She did it so well!!
So my advice to you is, listen to a sample first - just in case you truly can't stand it! It's just right for this character, but it's really grating to listen to!
Like the previous two Fool Me Once novels, this is both light and entertaining. No depth of characters and a very light storyline. The focus is on the..Show More » death of a Millionaire and given the simplicity of the solution to the crime, the rest of the novel is quite pointless!
The main let down of all of these novels for me is, the overuse of profanity! Because I do not swear myself, it jars and doesn't seem to add to the story! Not in the previous books and neither in this one, despite Lorilei's inability to swear seems to be the true focus of the book.
These books form part of the Kindle Unlimited package and as such, although I would not use a valuable credit to purchase them, did not feel like a bad investment!