You and I, Me and You
The final book in Davidson's laugh-out-loud trilogy featuring an unconventional FBI agent who finds love in the most unexpected places Candice (and her sisters) has moved in with Patrick and everything is more than she could have ever dreamed. Except why does the dreamy Dr. Gallo keep popping up... show more
The final book in Davidson's laugh-out-loud trilogy featuring an unconventional FBI agent who finds love in the most unexpected places Candice (and her sisters) has moved in with Patrick and everything is more than she could have ever dreamed. Except why does the dreamy Dr. Gallo keep popping up unexpectedly in her fantasies? When her pleasantly steady love life suddenly starts looking pretty darn shaky, Candice and her sisters find themselves knee-deep in a new case that brings the escaped Threefer Killers back onto the scene. The stakes are higher, the danger more real, the hijinks more hilarious, and the love and passion are more delicious in this final book of an unforgettable trilogy.
Publish date: March 19th 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Cadence Jones 0.5 (#3)
I liked this one the most of the three. I was right about there being some unplanned re-integration starting in the last book. I'm glad that the end of this one isn't them all being completely one person again. That's what I really expected to happen, but it seemed a little too cliche, too pat, t...
This was the third book in the Cadence Jones trilogy by MaryJanice Davidson. I have Ms. Davidson pretty much on auto read, so this book was a given. The first book in the trilogy, Me, Myself and Why? came out to very mixed reviews, but I enjoyed it. I found the second book, Yours, Mine and Ours n...
Bizarre, funny, gonzo, and a great love story all in one package. An enjoyable conclusion to Davidson's trilogy about BOFFO, the strangest FBI Bureau that may or may not exist.Building on the premise of "It takes a thief to catch a thief", BOFFO uses certifiably wacko agents to catch serial killers ...
Very quirky and appealingly unique. A humorous snapshot into the life of a person with Multiple Personality Disorder.Overall rating: 3.5/5.0 stars.Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com.