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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author MaryJanice Davidson comes an outrageously funny novel about a highly unconventional FBI agent, a rather odd serial killer, a best friend on the edge, a gorgeous baker…and oh, yeah, love.

Sweet and innocent with a twist of girl-next-door, Cadence Jones is not your typical girl and certainly not your typical FBI agent. Just ask her sisters, Shiro and Adrienne. (Wait… best if you don’t ask Adrienne anything.) But it’s her special “talent” which makes Cadence so valuable to the FBI, and it never comes in handier than when she and her partner, George, get tagged to bring down the Threefer Killer. A serial killer who inexplicably likes to kill in threes, leave behind inexplicable newspaper clippings, and not one shred of decent forensic evidence, soon starts leaving messages that seem to be just for Cadence and her sisters. Could it be that this killer knows all about Cadence’s special “talent”?

In the meantime, love blooms in the most unexpected place when Cadence meets her best friend’s gorgeous brother who is in town visiting - and she discovers that he knows her secret too! When attraction burns hot between them, her best friend isn’t thrilled with the romantic development and this time Cadence just might agree!

Suddenly, Cadence finds her unbalanced life turned even more upside-down as she tries to date a baker who wants to get in her heart and in her bed, dodge a pesky psychiatrist, keep a leash on her sociopath partner, while trying to catch a serial killer who’s now fixated on her.

Some days it’s not even worth getting up in the morning.

©2010 MaryJanice Davidson (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Laugh-out-loud funny with a twist of suspense." (Romance Junkies)

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  • Stephanie
  • tucson, AZ, United States
  • 05-09-12

strange and interesting

It took me awhile to figure out what was going on in this book. The narrator did a really good job and the author is amazing but this isnt my favorite book of hers. I coundnt figure out what was going on. The main character deals with multiple personalities. If you didnt already know that then you get a little confusses until they explain it. she also calls the personalities her sisters. this book isnt one that i will be listening to in the next yeas or so.

11 of 12 people found this review helpful

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  • Leanna
  • Tooele, UT, United States
  • 10-22-10

Wonderful!

MaryJanice Davidson does it again. Fantastic book. In fact, I like this book more than her Undead series and I love her Undead series. In Me, Myself, and Why, we meet Cadence, Shiro, and Adrienne Jones. They are part of a unique branch of the FBI whose members all have special talents which make them remarkably suited to solve horrific cases. Sounds really straight forward but this book is anything but. It is twisted and wrong and oh so funny. I laughed out loud and really, really hope this will be a series. I think Rene Raudman is fantastic. I love her narrations of the works of Ilona Andrews; so, all in all, I couldn't have enjoyed this book more. Thanks!

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • Deseree
  • Eatonville, WA, United States
  • 10-22-10

loved it

I had no trouble keeping up with the characters. It had some bad things in it but it was a comedy. I laughed out loud. My husband went around singing the WHEELS ON THE BUS. I hope it is a series. Her books are funny and filled with murder and mayhem. Don't miss this one.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Addicting

I'm not really sure why, but I liked this book. Storytelling was good even if far fetched. I think it could've made a good series.

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  • Kathy
  • Rustburg, VA, United States
  • 06-22-17

Mildly annoying

I didn't enjoy this book. I thought the aspect of multiple personality disorder would be intriguing but I found it to be very silly andvnot in a funny way. My advise, save the credit.

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  • Jerri
  • Overland Park, KS, United States
  • 02-14-11

Average story, average narration.

I expected a little more in terms of character development. The lead character is odd, to be sure, but that doesn't make her (them) interesting. Same goes for the story line.

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Interesting...

It is a strange world that these characters live in, and the characters themselves are what makes it so bizarre. Despite the weird, I came to like the sisters. I would have liked to know what happened after this book ended.

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  • Cal
  • sandwich, MA, United States
  • 09-30-10

Too Weird & Creepy to Listen To

I usuallly love MJD's book, but this one crosses the line. The "heroine" has multiple personality disorders and the story is told from all of those personalities' perspectives. Plus it is about serial killers, who don't seem much removed from the protaganist. Not my cup of tea - put it down after one chapter and nightmares.

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  • Maria
  • Citrus Heights, CA, United States
  • 11-18-12

Why?

I couldn't finish it. It was just plain uninteresting, quite boring. Narrator was doing a credible job in her narration, not even she could spark my interest in this lackluster piece.

1 of 4 people found this review helpful

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This book was not usable on any of my Mp3 players

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