The best of the early Bombshell books, SGYG is just plain fun. Stella is sassy, the plot is silly and wild, and the men are yummy.
I completely loved this book and I reccomend it to anyone.
Fast, funny, and well done., October 25, 2004
Reviewer: Moe811 (New York USA): "Stella is having a bad day, her partner called in sick on the night of a big undercover operation. She is assigned the most incompetent new cop on the Garden Beach PD. They arrest the man they are looking for(a violent rapist), but Leon's incompetence lands her in the ER with a sprained ankle. Her supervisor sends her home to her live in, a fellow cop. She arrives home to find that her partner isn't sick at all, but having a very good time with Stella's boyfriend Pete. She has a meltdown(well worth reading), takes his dog and heads home to Pennsylvania. She arrives in time for her beloved uncle's funeral and discovers that he was murdered and that her aunt is acting very strangely. Worse, her ex boyfriend, the one that stood her up at her elopement, is presiding over the funeral and her uncle's will. Things get stranger when Aunt Lucy disappears, Stella gets arrested and all hell breaks loose.
Fans of the Stephanie Plum novels will love this fast moving story. The characters are deliciously bizarre and you just can't stop reading each page..."
This is a Silhouette, but not your ordinary romance. In fact, it's much more a mystery than a romance, although there is a touch of that, too. I was pleasantly surprised and I really enjoyed the book.
She's just been shot at, arrested and thrown in jail. But trust former police officer Stella Valocchi -- compared to last week, things are looking up.
Last week she: a) caught her cop boyfriend in bed with her best friend, b)kidnapped the boyfriend's dog and c) ran for home, only to find the man who once left her at the alter presiding over her favorite uncle's wedding.