I am glad that these loose ends in Jo's life were finally brought to light and put to bed. This book did feel a bit contrived. I loved Morrison in this book, he is perfect for Jo.
How can you not love Petite doing a super Dukes of Hazard? The cliff hanger was awesome, well done, and a perfect hook into the next book.
I would say that putting to rest some of the daddy issues, and the issues of the twins might make Jo a little less difficult to deal with in the future. These issues, while bound to who she is and fundamental in her growth were becoming a bit of an EMO element in the story line.
I have always enjoyed C.E. Murphy's writing in this series. I enjoy her colorful and sometimes outrageous characters. She does a beautiful job of bringing people like Jo's son and Billy who some people's prejudice might make them cringe into beautiful light and makes it hard for even the most closed minded to dislike. Beautifully done!!
Are you kidding me? I am a HUGE Gabra Zackman fan. I often will pick books based purely on her narration! Nothing wrong with her performance!
I really dislike these we're going to make you fill out a form reviews. I have been doing these reviews since 2000 and would love to say what I want about a book not what you want to hear.
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