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Nice Girls Don't Date Dead Men (Jane Jameson Series #2)

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Sink your fangs into this one!

You know, just when I think there's an outside chance that I could actually write something halfway decent someday, I read a Molly Harper book and realize that I could never come up with half of the things she does. A quarter, even. A Titanic-themed wedding? In which...
You know, just when I think there's an outside chance that I could actually write something halfway decent someday, I read a Molly Harper book and realize that I could never come up with half of the things she does. A quarter, even. A Titanic-themed wedding? In which the chips and salsa are each arranged in a dish created to look like half of the sinking ship? With favors decorated with ribbons saying "H.M.S. Titanic" on one side and "Zeb and Jolene, Struck by Love" on the other? No, the bar has been set too darn high. Drat.

In the second Jane Jameson book, we see our heroine adjusting to her new life as a vsmpire. The plans for her best friend's wedding to his werewolf fiancee are well underway (see wedding, Titanic-themed above), her night job at the occult bookstore is going well if not paying well, and her undead boyfriend/sire Gabriel is very attentive...when he's actually in town. Which, unfortunately, isn't happening an awful lot. Add to that the fact that Zeb's mama Ginger is having major difficulties dealing with the fact that her son isn't marrying Jane, Gabriel seems to have a secret he's not sharing, Jane's high school crush has reemerged from the mists of time and miraculously remembers her name, and Grandma Ruthie has lost yet another husband--and brings a date to his funeral, and you've got another couple of months in the life (afterlife?) of everyone's favorite ex-librarian turned "lost one".

I can't wait to read book three, but I'm going to force myself to do so because book four has neither a title nor a definite release date beyond March 2012...obviously, I need to pace myself.

posted by beckymmoe on May 14, 2011

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A great second book!

In most series the second or even the third book will never compare to the first. Not the case when it comes to Jane Jameson. I was as entertained throughout this book as I was with the first one. Love Molly Harper and I cant wait to read the third book.

posted by Amanda93AM on June 14, 2011

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