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When writer-for-hire Jaine Austen signs on to script vows for the ultimate Bridezilla, "I do's" soon become "I wish I hadn't's"--and curtains for the bride spell a veil of woes for Jaine... Jaine's accepted her share of lame gigs to pay the bills, but rewriting Shakespeare's got to be an all-time low. The fiasco begins with a call from Jaine's high-school nemesis, uber ri When writer-for-hire Jaine Austen signs on to script vows for the ultimate Bridezilla, "I do's" soon become "I wish I hadn't's"--and curtains for the bride spell a veil of woes for Jaine... Jaine's accepted her share of lame gigs to pay the bills, but rewriting Shakespeare's got to be an all-time low. The fiasco begins with a call from Jaine's high-school nemesis, uber rich uber witch Patti Devane. It seems Patti will soon be sashaying down the aisle with another former classmate from Hermosa High, and she'd like the exchange of vows to evoke Romeo and Juliet...except without the "downer" of an ending. Even worse than the assignment itself is dealing with Patti as a client. At least Jaine's not alone, as nobody can stand the demanding, spoiled, and incredibly rude Bridezilla from Hell. Patti's managed to rack up an amazingly long list of enemies in a short time, not the least of whom include her prospective mother-in-law, the soon-to-be ex-wife of Patti's stolen soon-to-be groom, and just about everyone involved in the wedding preparations. So it isn't a complete surprise when the erstwhile Juliet plunges to her death during her balcony scene. The loosened bolts that brought down the bride were clearly an act of sabotage--what's not so obvious is whom, among Patti's numerous haters, committed this murder most foul. Was it the caterer she threatened to ruin? The bridesmaid tossed out of the wedding party for being too chubby? Jaine's determined to learn the truth--if only to end the hideous walk down memory lane kicked off by her association with Patti. Between fending off advances from the nerd of her high school nightmares and figuring out ways to stop Prozac the cat from corrupting the victim's pet Poodle, Jaine's involvement in this case keeps veering between comedy and tragedy. That is, until another body is discovered--and the killer starts laying plot for a final act--starring Jaine...


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When writer-for-hire Jaine Austen signs on to script vows for the ultimate Bridezilla, "I do's" soon become "I wish I hadn't's"--and curtains for the bride spell a veil of woes for Jaine... Jaine's accepted her share of lame gigs to pay the bills, but rewriting Shakespeare's got to be an all-time low. The fiasco begins with a call from Jaine's high-school nemesis, uber ri When writer-for-hire Jaine Austen signs on to script vows for the ultimate Bridezilla, "I do's" soon become "I wish I hadn't's"--and curtains for the bride spell a veil of woes for Jaine... Jaine's accepted her share of lame gigs to pay the bills, but rewriting Shakespeare's got to be an all-time low. The fiasco begins with a call from Jaine's high-school nemesis, uber rich uber witch Patti Devane. It seems Patti will soon be sashaying down the aisle with another former classmate from Hermosa High, and she'd like the exchange of vows to evoke Romeo and Juliet...except without the "downer" of an ending. Even worse than the assignment itself is dealing with Patti as a client. At least Jaine's not alone, as nobody can stand the demanding, spoiled, and incredibly rude Bridezilla from Hell. Patti's managed to rack up an amazingly long list of enemies in a short time, not the least of whom include her prospective mother-in-law, the soon-to-be ex-wife of Patti's stolen soon-to-be groom, and just about everyone involved in the wedding preparations. So it isn't a complete surprise when the erstwhile Juliet plunges to her death during her balcony scene. The loosened bolts that brought down the bride were clearly an act of sabotage--what's not so obvious is whom, among Patti's numerous haters, committed this murder most foul. Was it the caterer she threatened to ruin? The bridesmaid tossed out of the wedding party for being too chubby? Jaine's determined to learn the truth--if only to end the hideous walk down memory lane kicked off by her association with Patti. Between fending off advances from the nerd of her high school nightmares and figuring out ways to stop Prozac the cat from corrupting the victim's pet Poodle, Jaine's involvement in this case keeps veering between comedy and tragedy. That is, until another body is discovered--and the killer starts laying plot for a final act--starring Jaine...

30 review for Killing Bridezilla

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

    If you can get beyond the fact that the author takes many liberties...and I mean MANY, then this is a cute read. I love the sarcasm and the fact that the author sometimes 'talks' to her audience. I love the bumbling stupidity of Jaine Austen. She reminds me a much more mature Stephanie Plum -though I think they are about the same age, they happen to be poles apart. What I hated was thinking that I was missing pages from my library book because once Bridezilla fell, and it was apparent she was dea If you can get beyond the fact that the author takes many liberties...and I mean MANY, then this is a cute read. I love the sarcasm and the fact that the author sometimes 'talks' to her audience. I love the bumbling stupidity of Jaine Austen. She reminds me a much more mature Stephanie Plum -though I think they are about the same age, they happen to be poles apart. What I hated was thinking that I was missing pages from my library book because once Bridezilla fell, and it was apparent she was dead the police and EMT's should have immediately been called and nobody should have left the wedding. Just a fact of life. Yet the author 'allowed' everyone to just leave the scene of the death. An action like this would not happen in 'real' life. Yes, I know this is fiction, but even invention has to have a certain amount of believability to it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I love Jaine! She is so funny and real. I really enjoy the emails from her parents as well and I have to say I think Jaine takes after her Dad. I can't say I was disappointed to see the victim get it but I was kept guessing as to who the murderer was. Always a lot of fun and am already looking forward to the next book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    Out of the blue, Jaine gets a call from her former high school tormentor - Patti. She wants Jaine to write her wedding vows for her. Well, Jaine needs the money, how bad can it be? Turns out Patti is just as mean and cruel as she was in high school. She is the bridezilla from Hell and she actually HIRES a model as a bridesmaid because her "friend" didnt lose the weight she wanted.The list of people who hate her is long and when she is murdered during the wedding, the suspect list is long. Jaine d Out of the blue, Jaine gets a call from her former high school tormentor - Patti. She wants Jaine to write her wedding vows for her. Well, Jaine needs the money, how bad can it be? Turns out Patti is just as mean and cruel as she was in high school. She is the bridezilla from Hell and she actually HIRES a model as a bridesmaid because her "friend" didnt lose the weight she wanted.The list of people who hate her is long and when she is murdered during the wedding, the suspect list is long. Jaine decides to investigate and learns a lot of dirty little secrets and just how horrible Patti was. I really enjoyed this book (along with the rest of the series) and enjoyed revisiting the adventures of her lovely cat Prozac and the emails from her crazy parents. Levine does not let me down!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    annoying main character talks to reader and not in a really likeable way. basically yapping about what food she was currently shoveling down her throat. or the disgusting names of the cat food she was feeding her cat Prozac. the characters are unrealistic, unlikeable. this was a mindless read , and although i didn't figure out who the killer was, it was my idea of a light and fluffy "mystery" for non mystery readers. Me, I like some actual meat on my mysteries.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    This is a funny, fast moving series. I love Prozac. She makes the whole story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Luffy

    It had to happen sometime. Finally, the first not great book in the series. I liked it very much and wanted to lie to myself, but I can't. There was no surprise ending, not really. The denouement was ho hum and to tell you the truth the plot itself didn't have much potential. The victim wasn't bitchy enough, she was simply stupid and self absorbed. So her death wasn't the game changer that it aimed to be. I must say I missed the reading class at the retirement home. Not to forget the 'you've go It had to happen sometime. Finally, the first not great book in the series. I liked it very much and wanted to lie to myself, but I can't. There was no surprise ending, not really. The denouement was ho hum and to tell you the truth the plot itself didn't have much potential. The victim wasn't bitchy enough, she was simply stupid and self absorbed. So her death wasn't the game changer that it aimed to be. I must say I missed the reading class at the retirement home. Not to forget the 'you've got mail' section in the book is one of the book's highlights. I never seemed to remember mentioning that delightful part. Also, the fake romance between Patti and Dickie was well faked. Nasty husbands or wives exist and the subterfuge of Dickie was nicely camouflaged. One always wonders what x can see in their nasty or bitchy significant others. This book gave me quite a lot to think about. And it was fun reading it. Until next time.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Anastasia

    Killing Bridezilla by Laura Levine is the 7th book in the Jaine Austen Mystery series. Jaine is hired to write wedding vows for her high school nemesis, rewriting the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately, she ends up murdered, falling from the balcony onto a cupids arrow. Another fun book with plenty of laughs. Utterly enjoyable.Seems to be just as much drama in Jaine's parents lives as in her own

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Dombrowski

    If you want to read a funny mystery Killing Bridezilla is a book in the Jaine Austen mystery series by Laura Levine. It is a book that is guaranteed to give you many laugh out loud moments, more so than even Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum by the numbers books. I always thought those were the funniest books ever until I came across Laura Levine. This book was about Jaine Austen getting hired to write wedding vows for Patti Devane, who was a wealthy, big bully, who was in Jaine's class in high scho If you want to read a funny mystery Killing Bridezilla is a book in the Jaine Austen mystery series by Laura Levine. It is a book that is guaranteed to give you many laugh out loud moments, more so than even Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum by the numbers books. I always thought those were the funniest books ever until I came across Laura Levine. This book was about Jaine Austen getting hired to write wedding vows for Patti Devane, who was a wealthy, big bully, who was in Jaine's class in high school. Patti went the year before the wedding to their class high school reunion and a classmate Dickie Potter took one look at her and fell in love. He divorced Normalynn Butler (who went to school with them) to marry Patti, who was still a bully and became a regular bridezilla. She even went as far as asking her future mother in law, Eleanor Potter, to get a mole removed as it would look bad in her wedding pictures! When she didn't get the mole removed, Patti said she couldn't be in the photos. Jaine didn't want to do the writing, but Patti was paying her $3,000, and she needed the money. Patti's idea was a modern-day Romeo and Juliet where she would come out onto the balcony from her bedroom, and Dickie and she and Dickie would declare love. Still, they would announce their passion instead of having a dark suicide scene like Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet scene. The cupid statues she ordered to be below her next to Dickie on the lawn ended up killing her as the railing on the balcony broke loose, and Patti fell and landed on the cupid's arrow and was killed. The police called it murder as the screws were loose on the balcony that Patti leaned over. Jaine took it on herself to play sleuth and did some investigating. There were so many Patti terrorized during her life that Jaine thought might be angry enough to kill her that she had a hard time figuring out who did it. Just when she thought she had the murderer, that person did something that meant they couldn't possibly be the murderer. It was a big surprise to me who actually killed her and the reason why the person did it. If you want to read a good mystery ane laugh at the same time, you must read this book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jane Night

    The Jaine Austen series is always lots of fun to read. The books are humorous though often far fetched. They remind me a bit of shows like I Love Lucy where the heroine ends up in ridiculous situations that couldn’t possibly happen to regular people but we find them amusing anyways. Jaine Austen is a freelance writer who lives in California where she is an oddity as someone who wears elastic pants and is somewhat overweight. Killing Bridezilla was an interesting look into Jaine’s past which is a f The Jaine Austen series is always lots of fun to read. The books are humorous though often far fetched. They remind me a bit of shows like I Love Lucy where the heroine ends up in ridiculous situations that couldn’t possibly happen to regular people but we find them amusing anyways. Jaine Austen is a freelance writer who lives in California where she is an oddity as someone who wears elastic pants and is somewhat overweight. Killing Bridezilla was an interesting look into Jaine’s past which is a fairly rare thing. In other books we learn that she had a crappy first marriage and that her parents are loving but a little crazy. Still, other than book one in the series, this one I thought added the most characterization by giving a glance into Jaine’s past. That past is presented when Patti who was one of the popular high school girls hires Jaine to help her rewrite Romeo and Juliet to perform at her wedding. As one can guess from the title, Patti is an awful person who no one really likes. One thing that can be said for the Jaine Austen series is that almost everyone killed is a terrible person whose death the reader can’t feel too bad about. This book also introduces Mamie, a cute doggy to add extra comic relief and to be an opposite to Jaine’s less than lovable cat Prozac. The Mamie secondary story line is what most stood out about this book. The mystery itself was fairly good for a book in this series. The killer was someone that was a reasonable suspect and had a decent motive. In some of the other books in the series the killers seem random so to have a killer who makes sense is a particular plus for this book. This book doesn’t stand out quite as much as some of the other books in the series and is one of the more forgettable ones. Many of the Jaine Austen books have eye roll moments and this one was super packed with them (such as when the man Jaine hired to pretend to be her boyfriend is recognized as a male stripper). Overall, I recommend this series but this isn’t one of the best books in the series. I wouldn’t recommend it as the first Jaine Austen mystery you read but it is worth reading if you want to know a bit more about Jaine Austen after getting into the series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shelley Giusti

    Jaine Austen's Writing Job has been next to nothing and her bank account doesnt look much better either. So when Patti Marshall wants to meet with her about writing her wedding vows, Jaine is hesitant, she remembers how nasty Patti was to her in high school. But when Patti offers Jaine three thousand dollars to do it, she reluctantly says Yes. Patti is presistant and wants the vows to be Shakespears Romeo and Juliet the Balcony scene relived at her wedding,Jaine sets out to do her best to perfec Jaine Austen's Writing Job has been next to nothing and her bank account doesnt look much better either. So when Patti Marshall wants to meet with her about writing her wedding vows, Jaine is hesitant, she remembers how nasty Patti was to her in high school. But when Patti offers Jaine three thousand dollars to do it, she reluctantly says Yes. Patti is presistant and wants the vows to be Shakespears Romeo and Juliet the Balcony scene relived at her wedding,Jaine sets out to do her best to perfect them for her. When Patti is killed in what looks to be an accident falling off the Balcony.Jaines snooping around to find out what happened gets her into more trouble that what she signed up for. Will she find the killer or be the next victim.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    I have read a number of Laura Levine's books, and while I have enjoyed them all I think this was the funniest one I have read to date. I was literally laughing out loud while reading! The wedding theme was fun, the list of suspects was great and the twists in the turns at the end left me with no idea who the murderer was. The Starbucks scene was hilarious, as were many others. This book has Jaine meeting up with old friends and enemies from high school and even attending a reunion. It was a grea I have read a number of Laura Levine's books, and while I have enjoyed them all I think this was the funniest one I have read to date. I was literally laughing out loud while reading! The wedding theme was fun, the list of suspects was great and the twists in the turns at the end left me with no idea who the murderer was. The Starbucks scene was hilarious, as were many others. This book has Jaine meeting up with old friends and enemies from high school and even attending a reunion. It was a great book and I'd recommend it to anyone who wants a laugh :)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    I recently discovered this series by Laura Levine & I am truly enjoying it. The mystery is solid. Lots of possibilities as to whodunit. Lots of comical things & the main character gets herself into some troubles. This story had some laugh out loud moments that I still giggle over when I think about them. I would recommend this book, this series & this author to friends, to anyone who likes a good mystery with some chuckles along the way (my favorite kind of book). I recently discovered this series by Laura Levine & I am truly enjoying it. The mystery is solid. Lots of possibilities as to whodunit. Lots of comical things & the main character gets herself into some troubles. This story had some laugh out loud moments that I still giggle over when I think about them. I would recommend this book, this series & this author to friends, to anyone who likes a good mystery with some chuckles along the way (my favorite kind of book).

  13. 4 out of 5

    Pam Masters

    This was the first book by this author that I read. I was unaware that this was book 7 in a series, and it does stand alone. I may sound a bit morbid, but this book as one of the greatest "death" scenes I have ever read. The book is what I would call a "light" mystery, but I'm ok with that as it still had a fair share of twists and turns. I will most willingly read another book by the author.

  14. 4 out of 5

    TcH

    LITERALLY laugh out loud funny. all of this authors books are HILARIOUS the main character is so endearing. I love her. She's a bit over weight, has no money and loves ice cream. What's not to love??? ha ha

  15. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Jaine is hired to write the wedding vows for a socialite's Renaissance-style wedding but is horrified when the bride turns into a complete "Bridezilla" complete with dissing her(and Jaine's) former classmates. No one is surprised(or unhappy) when the bride is impaled during the rehearsal. With so many suspects, who is the killer? Jaine must find out before an innocent party is arrested,tried,and convicted falsely. Hilarious, as usual. Recommended.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Joey

    I like the main character and the setting. The regular supporting characters were too absent in this one. They round out Jaine so I miss them if they don't have much to contribute. Bring them back, Laura, and give them more to say and do. Good series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    This is such a fun series! I love the characters and the crazy things that happen to Jaine Austen are laugh out loud funny.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    Hilarious cozy, but it needed more Prozac the cat action.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hope

    Anyone else notice that Jaine doesn’t teach her memoir class in this installment?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Adam Dunn

    Amusing and loads of fun. Really enjoyed it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jan

    While the main character is highly annoying, this series is improving as it goes along.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Heidi (Yup. Still here.)

    I really enjoy this series

  23. 5 out of 5

    Roxane Erickson

    Love her humorous writing style.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mary Corso

    A hoot The parents are a hoot, the cat is a terror, and Jaine Austin is a piece of work. But it all seems to work out in the end.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Topper Flint

    Quarantine read. Not great. Won’t read this author again. Didn’t care for the main character or the writing. Lots of editing mistakes.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    The book Killing Bridezilla : Jaine Austen freelance writer is hired by a former classmate Patti Devane to write her " I do's " for her upcoming wedding. Jaine being a Private Investigator is later hired by Normalynne another old classmate , to help prove that she did not commit the murder of the bride.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Monie

    Killing Bridezilla is the 7th book in Levine's Jane Austen Mysteries. Not having read any of her previous work I was worried that I would be lost without any character back stories however, this was not the case with Killing Bridezilla. The story kicks off with writer-for-hire Jaine Austen lamenting her dwindling bank account and growing credit card bills when she accepts a new gig writing wedding vows for her one-time high school enemy, the ultra-rich and spoiled Patti Devane. Patti's three thou Killing Bridezilla is the 7th book in Levine's Jane Austen Mysteries. Not having read any of her previous work I was worried that I would be lost without any character back stories however, this was not the case with Killing Bridezilla. The story kicks off with writer-for-hire Jaine Austen lamenting her dwindling bank account and growing credit card bills when she accepts a new gig writing wedding vows for her one-time high school enemy, the ultra-rich and spoiled Patti Devane. Patti's three thousand dollar offer has Jaine thinking this job will be easy money but she quickly learns it's hard to please Patti who asks Jaine to re-write her vows several times with themes ranging from Shakespeare to Seinfeld, Friends and Grey's Anatomy back to Shakespeare. Finally satisfied with the vows the wedding celebration is set to begin. While waiting for the ceremony to start we're entertained by Jaine setting the best man's toupee on fire, Jaine finding the bridesmaid who was dumped from the wedding for not losing enough weight drunk and almost passed out in the library and the groom's ex-wife who causes a ruckus when she crashes the wedding to threaten Patti for stealing her man. Just when the dust seems to settle the bride plunges to her death from her balcony onto the arrow of a cupid statue. When the police look to the groom's ex-wife as their main suspect Jaine decides she need to help and does a little investigating on her own. Her own list of suspects includes the groom's Mom who hated Patti for many reasons including Patti asking her to have a mole removed because it would ruin her wedding photos, the caterer who was told her lamb was too "lamby", her shrimp to "fishy" and her quiche to "eggy" and Patti's high-school BFF who Jaine thinks was being blackmailed by Patti. Adventures abound as the sassy and sarcastic on the inside, pushover on the outside, Jaine, follows the clues and solves the murder while almost being done in herself. Killing Bridezilla is a fun and quick read for fans of the cozy mystery.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    Jaine Austen’s career as a writer hasn’t been so fluid. Best known for a plumbing company ad, Jaine is surprised when her former high school nemesis Patti Marshall asks her to write a balcony scene for her wedding ceremony. When Patti tells Jaine she wants the lines to be a mix between Romeo and Juliet and Friends, Jaine wants to turn down the job but she needs the money. Jaine is hopeful Patti has matured from the bully she was in high school, but that’s not the case. Patti turns out to be the Jaine Austen’s career as a writer hasn’t been so fluid. Best known for a plumbing company ad, Jaine is surprised when her former high school nemesis Patti Marshall asks her to write a balcony scene for her wedding ceremony. When Patti tells Jaine she wants the lines to be a mix between Romeo and Juliet and Friends, Jaine wants to turn down the job but she needs the money. Jaine is hopeful Patti has matured from the bully she was in high school, but that’s not the case. Patti turns out to be the bridezilla from hell, demanding her idea of perfection from everyone around her while belittling them and making enemies of all. During the wedding ceremony, while Patti is saying her lines, she falls from her balcony and is impaled on a Cupid statuette below. The number of people who hated Patti is endless, and when one of Jaine’s former high school friends is arrested for the murder, she decides to conduct her own investigation and find out who really offed the high school diva. This is a humorous series built around a refreshing protagonist, a woman who can’t say no to the wrong kinds of food and is a magnet for trouble. Jaine’s perceptions of her cat’s moods and expressions are amusing, as are the emails she receives from her parents who have retired to Florida. The mystery is a good one, and the characters are simply fun.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    "Fun and Frivolous" was my description of "Killer Cruise," my first foray into the slightly wacky world of Jaine Austen, writer of advertising copy for the plumbing world and part-time amateur sleuth. The description holds. In this installment, Jaine agrees (only because she desperately needs the money) to write wedding vows for Patti Marshall, one of those popular girls who make high school a "blistering nook of inferno Dante neglected to mention" for everyone outside of her little clique. Twent "Fun and Frivolous" was my description of "Killer Cruise," my first foray into the slightly wacky world of Jaine Austen, writer of advertising copy for the plumbing world and part-time amateur sleuth. The description holds. In this installment, Jaine agrees (only because she desperately needs the money) to write wedding vows for Patti Marshall, one of those popular girls who make high school a "blistering nook of inferno Dante neglected to mention" for everyone outside of her little clique. Twenty years may have passed, but Patti hasn't changed. Now she's the ultimate Bridezilla. Jaine, for example, is charged with rewriting Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with snappier dialog (like "Friends") and a happy ending. The caterer has to make the lamb less lamby and the shrimp less fishy. And the florist has to spray the roses with perfume so they smell more rosy. So, it's really no great surprise when the balcony railing gives way and Patti falls to her death mid-wedding. The only question is, who unbolted the railing? The groom's jilted ex-wife? The groom's mother, who has made her dislike of Patti clear? One of the bridesmaids, both with good cause after years of "friendship"? Or one of the wedding service providers, finally pushed too far by a crazed bride? For lovers of comedy and mystery.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Reacherfan

    Laura Levine writes the Jaine Austen mystery series featuring writer for hire, Jaine Austen. She does ads, resumes and whatever else comes her way to make ends meet in Hollywood. Levine herself is a former comedy writer and it shows in the timing and style of the humor of her books. Here she gets to mine the humor of the painful high school years when Jaine is called by her personal HS nightmare, Patti Devane, and offered a very badly need $3,000 for writing her wedding vows – a rewrite of the b Laura Levine writes the Jaine Austen mystery series featuring writer for hire, Jaine Austen. She does ads, resumes and whatever else comes her way to make ends meet in Hollywood. Levine herself is a former comedy writer and it shows in the timing and style of the humor of her books. Here she gets to mine the humor of the painful high school years when Jaine is called by her personal HS nightmare, Patti Devane, and offered a very badly need $3,000 for writing her wedding vows – a rewrite of the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet a la Friends. Re-write Shakespeare? Jaine really wants to say, “Hell NO!”, but the reality of her bank account has her mouth saying, “Of course!” The cast is straight from Jaine's high school yearbook and her worst nightmares. Reliving old times is painful - and for the bitch bride from hell, fatal. Jaine is sure it isn't accident and her curiosity gets the best of her - again. Levine's writing style can wear on the nerves at bit as the constant 'imagined scene' and then the real thing run constantly throughout the book, but she is funny. The mystery is actually half way decent - unusual for this kind of book. It is better I'd give it 3.5* Full review on my blog

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