Newest in author's Half-Moon Hollows series, most of which (definitely the Jane ones) I have really enjoyed. Some of which the enjoyment was proportional to how much I liked the main characters.
I'm off to a girls out lunch where we will collect books for our public library's book sale. I've been loading books-I-won't-reread as found into three large boxes in my car all month so we'll drop off plenty even if no additional donations.
This evening </i> hope to catch up on my booklikes dashboard and final posts for last weekend's 24in48 Readathon.
Start to finish, this was a huge entertainment. From the vengeful start to the amusingly ridiculous encounters with Monroe, plus the whole cast of secondary characters, all colorful in their own way, all of it was made to get laughs and smiles out of me.
I'd forgotten about this author, and the way she mixes humor into the embarrassing. It feels like reading a fictional "This looser is you, and that's OK, you can laugh at yourself and proceed being awesome".
Spirit-lifting Free Friday Read.