Another book, another boring escapade. Ho hum. This is what I have learned is classified as Chick Lit, where it is written in first person from a young 20-something girl with typical adventures of that age.
In this one I had serious trouble trying to figure it out. There is Jake, who at first I thought lived with Jane (main character) and Gemma (roommate who I thought was Jane's sister but really she is her cousin). But alas Jake does not, there is a love triangle, a murder she is trying to solve after taking one criminal detective class, and she has a cleaning service on the side? and God is just thrown in there as an afterthought. Yeah, see how I got lost. Although I did just realize that this is book #3 in the Plain Jane series, so perhaps if I had read the other ones before it this one might make more sense.
Whatever. I'm moving on....
Homeless preschoolers, angry protesters, frozen yogurt, and murder.
Jane Adler is keen to try on her detective hat, and the dead lady at the Christmas fundraiser is her perfect shot.Timing is everything and this murder was timed perfectly to destroy
her best friend Jake's growing Fro-Yo business. He's a great
friend--just a friend, honest-- and she owes him a favor or two.But discovering who would want to kill the town’s favorite preschool
teacher is messy business, and Jane doesn't have a moment to waste! (picture and description from amazon)
I'm ready to keep reading to find something good again!
"Heritage from the Lord"
1 week ago