"This is the first book - of many I'm sure - that I read in my quest to be a first-time homeowner. It seemed to be really good step-by-step instructions on how to go about owning a home. You have to realize that the book was written before the mortgage crisis, so take some of the advice with a grain of salt and certainly don't use it as your only reference. However, I thought it was an easy to read, easy to follow, helpful book on becoming a homeowner. I don't expect to become a millionaire or anything, but one can hope."
"Good book. I was a little disappointed that Stella and Logan weren't in this one as much as the first because I became so fond of them. However, the point of view in the 1st book was Stella's and this one was of Roz's so it only made sense that way. Roz is one brave lady; there is no way in the world I would stay in a house that is haunted by a lunatic ghost. The mystery of the ghost's identity is pretty much solved so it will be interesting to see how much the ghost story is incorporated in book 3, which I assume will be from the point of view of Hayley (most likely finally realizing she is in love with Harper)."
"I really liked the characters and I was kept interested in the ghost story; wanting to read more to find out who she was and why she was there. I also liked how there were subplots that you can tell are going to be brought up in one of the next two books in this triology"
"I've been lucky enough to live in Hawaii for the past year. This book will bring anyone closer to the islands. It is filled with Aloha. I am going to buy a few more copies of these as gifts to family members that can't make it over to the islands for a visit."
"Well, this book was okay. I thought the whole point of the book was a little silly - the chaos caused within a family because of an old fashion coming out ball. Weird. I haven't read Danielle Steel's work before and I'm not so sure this was the best one to start with."
"Great book. I found myself laughing out loud several times and was afraid I was going to wake-up my husband who was sleeping next to me. I could relate to much of it as a military spouse, but sometimes I was thinking "how can this many crazy, funny things happen to one person?" Some of her experiences are certainly unique but some are probably also slightly exaggerated for comedic reasons. I would recommend this to anyone curious about the military life or to those who have/are living it."
"Great book, really kept me interested. I recommend reading the version of the book with pictures because if you don't, I can bet you will be online looking this stuff up. LOL I thought everything was well researched and it was difficult to not believe that the stuff in this book wasn't real!"
"What a fun book to read! The format of this book is refreshing, although it did take a couple pages to get used to it. This book was funny, sarcastic and exagerated. I really enjoyed reading this light book which only took a few days to read. Could easily be read in one day."
"I didn't like this book all that much. Maybe if I had read this series from the beginning I would feel differently. The story jumped right in with very little set-up of the characters, which is fine seeing as there are several books before this one. One thing that annoyed me was the author used several words without explaining what they were (the story takes place in 2059 I think). Also, just so future readers are aware, there was A LOT of swearing in this book. It is possible to read this book without having read the others and still understand what is going on because the plot (a case getting solved by the main character who is a cop) does have a beginning, middle and end."