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  • Slightly silly comedic romance

    It's a good thing that the characters in this book evolve with the story, or I'd be vehemently complaining that this writer is very sexist. As it happens, the two main female characters evolve only *just* enough to make my overall review positive. When the story opens, the female lead, Tori, has haphazardly embarked on a new career path as a PI after having lost job after job. The male lead, Grady, is the subject of her first PI job. The subplot involves Grady's younger sister, who makes Tori look like a Wall Street banker by comparison. Essentially, the woman are either directionless and ditzy (as above), or successful bitchy like the mayor character. Heaven forbid that a woman be competent and actually nice also! As I said, at least the characters do evolve though the story, and so Tori and Grady's sister (I already forgot her name) do "grow up". Overall, the story is an implausible good-guy-looking-like-a-bad-guy-because-he's-running-a-sting-for-the-FBI plot. Yes, one of those. Fast and easy read. A few editing issues, not the least of which is a scene between Grady's sister and her love interest, Wade, when the text suddenly refers to him as "Grady". Ya, she's not going to be in a hotel room in a tight black dress to hand champagne to her *brother*

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