Good story..didn't like the ending though.
Janet Evanovich fans, this ones for you!
This is the first, but not the last, Stephanie Bond novel I have read. This was witty, funny, sexy, and one heck of a good mystery that reads like a Stephanie Plum novel. Belinda Hennessey is starting over in Atlanta. While car pooling with some friends from work she runs into a hunk of a policeman. The banter between the friends while car pooling is humorous. The people at Belinda's Company start dying, is there a serial killer on the loose? Belinda seems to just fall into one goofy predicament after another. Of course all the good looking, hot, hot guys have the hots of Belinda too. The book was easy, fun, sexy reading, the mystery will keep you guessing until the very end.
Cute mystery with some romance thrown in. Takes place in Atlanta.
This is a great read. the author knows how to spin her tales. I have read other books by her-great. This book is very entertaining and a very easy read. Enjoy!!
I was really disappointed with this book. I have enjoyed Stephanie Bond's "Body Mover" series immensely and this book was just boring. Very difficult to identify with characters (which were poorly developed), flow was not smooth. Please, please write more "Body Mover" series, which are fantastic.
I always enjoy her books. This was very good.
I love all of Stephanie Bond books.
Good Girls Finish Last...at least that's Belinda Hennessey's philosophy in life, work and love after moving to Atlanta to escape a disastrous six-hour-marriage. Now she has a killer job, spunky carpooling gal-pals, and the velvety voice of a traffic helicopter reporter to guide her on her way. She's even feeling lively enough to contribute to the manual on relationships and men her friends are writing to kill time during their commute.
But then a traffic mishap with a drop-dead gorgeous cop unleashes a series of events that bolsters Belinda's new bad-girl attitude.
From back of book:
That's Belinda Hennessey's new philosophy in life, work and love after moving to Atlanta to escape a disastrous six-hour marriage. Now she has a killer job, spunky carpooling gal-pals, and the velvety voice of a traffic helicopter reporter to guide her on her way. She's even feeling lively enough to contribute to the manual on relationships and men her friends are writting to kill time during their commute.
But then a traffic mishap with a drop-dead gorgeous cop unleashes a series of events that bolsters Belinda's new bad-girl attitude--she gets a tune-up from "Officer Goodbody," catches the eye of the throaty traffic reporter, and is targeted for a big promotion. But before Belinda can say "corner office," a coworker is murdered, and evidence points to a carpool conspiracy! With a killer on the loose, her friends at one another's throats, and two men offering southern comfort, Belinda knows only one thing for certain: climbing to the top can be murder on a girl.
Belinda moves to Atlanta to start fresh in a new city with new friends & new job. Riding in a company carpool befriending 3 others from the office the four women start writing a book on relationships on their commute. Each with secrets of their own they are suddenly dropped in the middle of the murder investigation of their boss. All suspects in the murder brings Belinda closer to a "hot" police officer and a Sexy newsman each vying for her attention. Lots of twists and turns in this whodunit with clean language & minimal sex scenes.
This is a fun, light-hearted mystery about a young woman starting over after her dreams of marriage come crashing down around her.
This is part of a series.