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Fans of Stephanie Plum, meet Tiffany Black, A.R. Winters's new heroine in Innocent in Las Vegas.
I remember reading Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum novels when I was in my early teens. I raved about them. But then I grew up.
Somehow, Innocent in Las Vegas takes me back to that time, when an innocent enjoyment of books and laugh out loud capers were paramount. I have to say although I can draw parallels between the two characters, I relate more to Tiffany Black, and love her interactions with her clients, suspects, and friends and family. Especially her family. The book is very wholesome, and while it does feature some violence (often with a comedic slant), it is free of bad language and graphic sex - I know this will make some of you doubt its 'realism', but I can tell you it most certainly doesn't.
I can't remember laughing out loud quite so much while reading for a very long time. Winters has a real talent for writing, and gives the characters unique voices that will have you giggling into your book.
A great plot with realistic characterisation and entertainment value, this is definitely not a book to be missed by lovers of mysteries, chick lit, spunky heroines and all things cupcake.
I found the "who" part of the "whodunnit" quite surprising. I think it wasn't what I expected, so that also pleasantly surprised me.
I would recommend this book to mystery lovers, and those who like a good, heart-warming, funny read.
I always want to like books I read - and yes, I read it all the way through, albeit very quickly. The fact that I got through it in two short sittings tells me that there just wasn't that much meat to the book. In fact, it was much like the cupcake on the cover - a light froth with no nutritional value.
The thing is - this cupcake was from the day-old store, so it wasn't even all that fresh. And that's too bad. I think the premise could have been worked to a much more sparkling and witty end in better hands.
But it wasn't terrible, either. It was mostly just meh. I can say that if you like other books in the series, you'll probably like this one, but in my case, I haven't read any other of her works and don't want to invest more of my time on anything further. Yep - just meh.
There was the Nancy Drew effect too: if the bad guys never tried to menace/harrass/overtly reveal themselves to be the bad guy, the protagonist would never be able to solve the mystery.
Still, I did laugh a couple of times, and I finished the book in 1 flight, so it met my criteria. When I reached the last page, I did wish that I could get immediately to the next book so I could find out if she and Stone were going to be a thing.
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So far i have enjoyed all of the las vegas books.