Friday, April 20, 2012

{Review} Nice Girls Don't Live Forever (Jane Jameson #3) by Molly Harper

Nice Girls Don't Live Forever (Jane Jameson #3)
by Molly Harper
Publisher: Pocket Star
Released: December 29th 2009
Genre: Fiction- Adult: Paranormal, Romance, Urban Fantasy
How I got it: Sent to me by the publisher

Nothing sucks the romance out of world travel like a boyfriend who may or may not have broken up with you in a hotel room in Brussels. Jane Jameson’s sexy sire, Gabriel, has always been unpredictable. But the seductive, anonymous notes that await him at each stop of their international vacation, coupled with his evasive behavior over the past few months, finally push Jane onto the next flight home to Half Moon Hollow — alone, upset, and unsure whether Gabriel just ended their relationship without actually telling her. Now the children’s-librarian-turned-vampire is reviving with plenty of Faux Type O, some TLC from her colorful friends and family, and her plans for a Brave New Jane. Step One: Get her newly-renovated occult bookstore off the ground. Step Two: Support her best friend, Zeb, and his werewolf bride as they prepare for the impending birth of their baby . . . or litter. Step Three: Figure out who’s been sending her threatening letters, and how her hostile pen pal is tied to Gabriel. Because for this nice girl, surviving a broken heart is becoming a matter of life and undeath...

Review:This is the 3rd book in this series. I was a little heart broken at the beginning of the book. Jane and Gabriel go on a trip abroad, only to have huge problem. Gabriel's preoccupied and keeps getting letter he won't let Jane see and called that are about "business." When the book shops broken into it proved the perfect excuse to go home. Unexpectedly Gabriel whole heartedly agreed and send her packing. So she returns home, unsure of their relationship and understandably upset.
Once home she throws herself into work, soon after the grand opening she starts getting stalked again. Letters, a drive by fruiting, and a nasty surprise package. You kind of know who it is, but the reveal was a big surprise. There was a side plot of Jane joining the chamber of commerce which I actually found boring compared with everything else but it does iron out some family issues.
I have to say that Ms Harper does it again. She pulled me into Jane's world and towed me along with a wonderfully plotted story. With each book, I fall more in love with the colorful characters, and Ms Harper's writing style.


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