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Wollie is meeting plenty of eligible bachelors but not falling in love, not until she stumbles over a dead body en route to Rio Pescado—a state-run mental hospital—and is momentarily taken hostage by a charismatic “doctor” who is on the run from the Mob. Since Debbie, one of my GRs friends, has a fit every time I start a series o★★★★✩ I like to make greeting cards. Since Debbie, one of my GRs friends, has a fit every time I start a series out of order, I thought it might actually be worth the effort for me to arrange an interlibrary transfer via my computer (the easy part) and available to me only in the Dead Tree Version (hardback). Got to love a woman named after an eighteenth century feminist (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley) who keeps a Regency Romance in her jacket pocket – just in case there’s time to read it. That Wollie doesn’t find; there’s happening in this book.

Wollie fears that her beloved brother, a paranoid schizophrenic living at Rio Pescado, is involved in the murder, so rather than go to the authorities, she decides to solve the crime on her own. In fact, my BFf L (best friend for life) insists on dragging me out of the house (and away from my books! In fact, my BFf L (best friend for life) insists on dragging me out of the house (and away from my books! There is also wit and charm; enough that I’ll be making another trek to the library for the second in the series.

As she meets up with an array of small-time crooks and swaggering mobsters only slightly more sinister than the men she’s been dating, Wollie realizes that “getting dumped” is the least of her problems. That’s saying something, since I’m the spoiled “Download Queen of Cyberspace” now. Kozak’s writing flows at a nice clip making it well worth the journey.

Combining these three elements, the bases of this series, piqued my interest when I saw book #4 was on audio at my public library (everyone knows I’m addicted audiobooks). Combining these three elements, the bases of this series, piqued my interest when I saw book #4 was on audio at my public library (everyone knows I’m addicted audiobooks). I thought the heroine was going to be TSTL when she instantly falls for a potential murderer, but she held my attention. This is a fun book, with occasional touching moments.Once in a while I'd get lucky and come across something that I really liked. I remember really enjoying it--finding it terribly quirky and funny--part mystery--part romance. Call it chick-lit if you will, but I thin Many years ago, I used to browse the library stacks to find things to read.Lately, I've found the desire to revisit some of my past favorites to see if they still hold up to my memories. Once in a while I'd get lucky and come across something that I really liked. I remember really enjoying it--finding it terribly quirky and funny--part mystery--part romance. Call it chick-lit if you will, but I think it's just a fun read.Lately, I've found the desire to revisit some of my past favorites to see if they still hold up to my memories. It's funny - I love to read this author's blog, but this book was so all-over-the-place.

I did like the main character, Wollie, but thought it was nuts how far she would go for a man she didn't know (who could be a murderer). I have to say I'm quite surprised at some of the poor reviews this book has gotten.It may not be a great work of literature but then, it clearly does not pretend to be.It's a lighthearted, clever, madcap mystery with an odd romance thrown in.Add an interesting family and two quirky friends and you've got a winning, albeit unusual, cocktail.The characters were all well-developed and the plot, though a bit convoluted at times, was well thought out.I loved Wollie's character and the author's br I have to say I'm quite surprised at some of the poor reviews this book has gotten.