Despite some less then ideal turns of events for Bo, the story maintains a slightly gloomy feeling to it while keeping you thoroughly entertained. It is just as fun as the first one and sets the stage for (hopefully) many entertaining adventures in the future.
The performance is great. I must say that my favorite kind of narrator gets the story across in such a way that you don't even realize that it's being read to you because the story just flows, and that is really the case here. The performance feels effortless in a very nice way.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
The second in Helen Harper's Bo Blackman leaves off from where the first finished, and doesn't disappoint. The action moves along, and the characters believable. The narration adds to the enjoyment
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
While not as entranced as I was with the first Harper still provided some great entertainment. Overall I just felt this book lacked the touches of naughty romance the first book teased with and delayed it with an abrupt and silly reason.