Found this book at Booktrader of Hamilton and since I had read Good in Bed (Cannie Shapiro #1), I thought I would give it a try.
I have to say that I while I was able to suspend my disbelief for many things, I had issues with the ending of Good in Bed…most significantly, why the “pusher” was not arrested and why Cannie’s family didn’t seem concerned about that. (If you read Good in Bed you will know what I mean.) That leads me to another warning, if you didn’t read Good in Bed, most of this book won’t make much sense to you.
In the first book, I liked the character of Cannie and felt like I could really relate to her and that was basically what held the book together for me. Unfortunately, in this second book I don’t find Cannie very likeable (or even very rational). She obviously has still not dealt with her own issues and yet is quick to suggest therapy the minute her daughter, Joy, acts like a teen, which Joy happens to be. My biggest issue is that Cannie doesn’t seem to have learned anything from everything she went through in the first book. So, there are no spoilers, let’s just say secrets and lies.
Finally, this is really not a happily ever after book, seriously NOT happy ending. Stop reading around chapter 35, after that it is a big downer.