Yours, Mine, and Ours

Me, Myself, and Why?

Ms. Davidson can certainly make chaos reign and give the reader plenty of belly-laughs with her creative writing style. I haven't had the opportunity to read the first book in the Me, Myself and Why? series so I was a bit confused in the beginning of Yours, Mine, and Ours. Once I figured out Cadence shared her body with her two sisters, everything seemed to fall in place and I quickly got involved in the story.

Cadence and her two sisters are quirky and randomly funny. Along with the other host of characters, you'll be quite entertained. Ms. Davidson has a unique flare for the unusual and you'll never know what to expect next. I found the book entertaining and look forward to the next installment in the series.

Book Blurb for Yours, Mine, and Ours

From New York Times bestselling author MaryJanice Davidson comes the next hilarious installment in her laugh-out-loud trilogy featuring an unconventional FBI agent who finds love in the most unexpected places

Its Christmas season, a holiday Cadence adores. Her relationship with Patrick has been progressing nicely, and they are beginning to wonder if it might be time to bring their relationship to the next level...unprecedented in Cadence's life.

As if the high drama of the Secret Santa drawing wasn't enough, there is a new BOFFO employee, Emma Jan Thyme, whose reputation precedes her. She has a doctorate from Harvard, speaks seven languages, and is a remarkable actress...she's never been made while undercover. But she's harboring a secret of her own.

In addition to adjusting to a new co-worker's foibles, shopping for her Secret Santa, receiving strange things from her Secret Santa, and trying to find the perfect Christmas gift for Patrick, a new serial killer appears to have blown into town. Perfectly ordinary fourteen year olds have disappeared each June, now four Junes in a row. The only thing the victims have in common are their ordinariness...and it's up to Cadence to figure out the case before another innocent fourteen-year-old dies.

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2012 4.00