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Nice Girls Don't Live Forever (Jane Jameson, Book 3) Mass Market Paperback – December 29, 2009
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About the Author
Molly Harper is the author of two popular series of paranormal romance, the Half-Moon Hollow series and the Naked Werewolf series. She also writes the Bluegrass ebook series of contemporary romance. A former humor columnist and newspaper reporter, she lives in Kentucky with her family, where she is currently working on the next Southern Eclectic novel. Visit her on the web at MollyHarper.com.
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So she does the only thing she can, she throws herself into making her new business a success. Which means joining the local Chamber of Commerce, and the invasion of "the pink Courtneys". And her hateful older sister Jenny.
The former owner of the bookstore, Mr. Waynewright's only living relative, his nephew Emery finally shows up four months late to collect his inheritance. And to subject Jane to his very unasked for opinions. And he decides the bookstore can't do without him. Jane and her staff on the otherhand most definitely can do without him.
Jane also starts getting letters that are very similar to the ones Gabriel was getting in Europe. Signed by a woman named Jeanine. Who seems to be in love with Gabriel and she wants Jane dead.
Just in case that wasn't enough on Jane's plate, her best friend Zeb and his werewolf wife learn shes expecting a baby. Or maybe more.
This was a fun book to read, laugh out loud funny in spots. I love this series and would highly recommend it if you want a humorous, light paranormal romance.
Her books never fail to make me laugh out loud. I love her characters, the wit, the plot lines. I recommend her books to everyone who asks, "Who is your favorite author?" Honestly, I don't have a favorite author but her books are always worth reading to me.
Review: Jane is having trust issues in her relationship. Add to that the weaselly nephew of Mr. Wainright showing up, her family drama, a psychotic stalker, a Stepford-type group of Chamber of Commerce Courtneys, and the grand opening of Specialty Books it all adds up to a great read.
I laughed out loud, I groaned in sympathy and I basically loved every minute of it. The gangs all here. I recommend this book and every other book by this author.
Jane, our vampire heroine, continues her complicated day to day life as an undead resident in a small town. Between a boyfriend who isn't always there, a best friend's werewolf wife about to give birth, and her family's acceptance of her she has her hands full.
Like the other installments of this series, it's mostly a slice of life story that tells how it would be like to live as an undead person in normal everyday society. It's again written brilliantly with humor, a mystery, and a bit of romance. And, similar to the books before it, this is wonderful relaxing bedtime reading.
Now for some bad news: The writer makes wonderful well rounded living (or undead), breathing (or not), characters so I've come to expect a lot from her. That being said she introduced a new group she calls the Courtneys. They have almost no character. From the beginning where you were supposed to just accept that a group of women, all named Courtney, would coincidentally be together, to the point where they were supposed to fulfill the shoes of those cliche "high school mean girl types", I completely rejected this idea as plausible.
Yes, I realize I'm reading a supernatural book with vampires and werewolves, so I should suspend my disbelief, but the Courtneys just don't fit. All the supernatural characters were well written and 3 dimensional. They had good points and bad points. They were flawed and had talents. You could imagine them existing in the environment that the book proposes. But these Courtneys were just so one dimensional and didn't fit at all.
My second piece of bad news is the new supposed "main storyline" where Jane and her vampire boyfriend break up. I never liked him, but that's just me. He's just too... too... he raises too many red flags, let's put it that way. So whenever I read about him I just re-imagine him as someone much better than he really is. And because this was one of the main arcs, i had to read about him a lot. Sigh...
I read this book for Jane. She is a wonderful, intelligent, fun character. She goes through so much but somehow manges to find her way through it, both scathed and unscathed.
5 stars. See Jane. See Jane's life... or afterlife as the case may be.
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