Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday

This weekly meme, hosted by Jill @ Breaking the Spine, features upcoming releases we are looking forward to reading.  It's a great way to share those books with other readers we have discovered are being released and it's a great way to see what else is being published we may not have yet heard about. 

This week I'm featuring a new book by the author of the Queen Betsy series, MaryJanice Davidson.

Me, Myself and Why?
by MaryJanice Davidson
Release Date: September 28, 2010

Sweet and innocent, with a touch of girl-next-door, Cadence Jones is not your typical girl and certainly not your typical FBI agent.  Just ask her sisters, Shiro and Adrienne.  But it's her special 'talent' that makes her so valuable to the FBI and it never comes in handier than when she and her partner, George, get tagged to bring down the Threefer Killer.  A serial killer who inexplicably likes to kill in threes, leave behind inexplicable newspaper clippings, and not once shred of decent forensic evidence, soon starts leaving messages that seem to be just for Cadence and her sisters.  Could it be that this killer knows all about Cadence's 'special' talent?

In the meantime, love blooms in the most unexpected place when Cadence meets her best friend's gorgeous brother who is in town visiting - and she discovers that her knows her talent too! When attraction burns hot between them, her best friend isn't thrilled with the romantic development, and this time Cadence just might agree.

Suddenly Cadence finds her unbalanced life turned even more upside-down as she tries to date a baker who wants to get in her heart and in her bed, dodge a pesky psychiatrist, keep a leash on her sociopath partner, while trying to catch a serial killer who's now fixated on her.  Some days it's not even worth getting up in the morning.

2 comments:

  1. I read this already, it was a bound galley, not an arc, so it may have been changed. It was a bit hard to read. I have not seen this cover yet, but I really like it. It fits the story perfectly.

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