Review From Booklist
Amos continues the story of Monique, the irresistibly funny heroine of her debut novel, Getting Personal [BKL My 1 03]. This time around Monique, now an investigative reporter, serves as bridesmaid at her mother's wedding, then has to contend with her shy maiden aunt and cowboy grandfather, who move in next door to keep an eye on her mother's place while she's on her honeymoon. Fortunately, they don't put the kibosh on her hot and heavy relationship with Jake Dube, but Monique does have to cope with her aunt's decision to transform herself from a sparrow into a peacock, using Monique as an example. Monique worries that her mother will come home to a sister she doesn't recognize...
Monique investigates one mystery after another. Once again Amos presents a fast-paced, thoroughly enjoyable story that will leave readers wanting yet another helping of Monique and her menagerie. Maria Hatton
When Monique St. Cyr's mother, erotic fiction author, Ann Marie, leaves on a three-month honeymoon, Monique is certain her life is about to improve: that is until old-fashioned Aunt Lilly and deaf Gramps move into the duplex next door—boxes of her mother's ripped erotic books show up on Monique's doorstep with threatening notes—and her aunt and her best friend end up pregnant.
While Monique struggles to balance her career and her romance with gorgeous cop, Jake Dube, his ex-fiancée announces she wants him back. Monique wages the battle of her life, sometimes with hilarious consequences, providing many laughs for readers of this romantic comedy.