This is a pretty enjoyable read, nothing too dark and heavy and the characters are likable and interesting enough to hold my attention. It has a Stephanie Plum-like feel to it but it's a little more closer to reality than the Evanovich books. It has some nicely done but not over the top humor, a bit of romance and a mystery plot that kept me guessing. It's one of the better books I've read this year.
Roxann Beadleman just received an ominous message that resurrects old secrets, and her debutante cousin Angora Ryder was just jilted at the altar. A road trip to accomplish things on a life list they made in college leads them back to their alma mater for Homecoming and to the professor they were both in love with.