You ever have an out of body experience? Like one of those moments where you're standing on a street corner watching yourself do something monumentally stupid? Something you know you shouldn't do but you just can't help yourself?
Three weeks ago, Trent and I were deep into the Honeymoon stage of love, I swore I wouldn't be the first one to rock the boat—Lord knows with our two Irish tempers it would happen soon enough—so when he made me promise to keep my nose and our grandmothers out of his investigation I did.
It didn't hurt that his head was buried between my legs at the time either. But then Daisy called me begging for help and what kind of bestie would I be if I shut the door in her face? That's right, a sh*tty one. So I packed up our grandmothers and their gogo boots, g-strings and pasties to get to the bottom of things. Only problem is if Trent catches us I'll be dead meat, folks.
My name is Shelby Whitmore, Funeral and Obituaries columnist for the San Diego Metro News and most likely to be single again if I survive this sh*t. But hey, at least I'm still a hit with the blue hairs.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dead and Gone by Jennifer Rebecca is the second book in her Funerals and Obituaries series. Hang on to your hats, people! Shelby, Trent, the grandmas and the rest of the gang are back for more shenanigans, and of course, another mystery to solve! We first meet Shelby and Trent and the gang in book one, Dead and Buried. Shelby’s and Trent’s grandmas are BFFs. And slightly crazy...but who doesn’t love crazy grannies?? They certainly keep you laughing and make life a lot more interesting! So when strippers are turning up dead, they convince Shelby to go undercover. Let the games begin! While you can read this book as a standalone, you won’t get the full experience that is all the characters if you miss Dead and Buried. And truly...you don’t want to miss out on these characters at. ALL! Despite the fact that this is technically a romantic suspense novel, there is no shortage of hilarity woven throughout the book. It’s truly a LOL (laughing out loud) experience. I kind of adore Jennifer Rebecca’s humor and humorous one-liners! And this time around, I did NOT guess the whodunnit as I did with the Claire Goodnite series. NICUnurse’s Rating: Lots of sexy times, LOL moments, and an ending that I didn’t see coming, I give Dead and Gone by Jennifer Rebecca 4.5 stars!