When a young reporter is killed in a hit and run accident, freelance writer Robyn Guthrie agrees to finish one of the stories the reporter had been writing for the local newspaper. But nothing is as simple as it seems when she finds out about shady land deals, an old high school nemesis, and Robyn's aging mother.
What members say
- John S.
First one was stronger
I had liked the previous Robin Guthrie book ("Getting Sassy"), so looked forward to this sequel, which in the end proved mildly disappointing. Her relationship with Mick seemed awkward, as did the land deal plot - one of those books that seemed a better proposal than final product; I was ready for the whole thing to be over at least an hour before "This has been an Audible production" appeared. My recommendation is to read the other book first, even though some reviewers have said that this one works as a stands-alone. The change of narrators isn't necessarily a bad thing, just different.