"An exciting, edge-of-your-seat, hilarious fun story!"
Isabel "Stan" Stanley's life is in a rut. She has moved
into the apartment over the garage of her sister's house;
she has no love-life to speak of, even though her mother
fixes her up continually. She wants to write romance
novels, instead of the children's stories that are her
mainstay. However, her lack of experience is evident in
the love scenes and her editor tries to discourage her.
Her life changes when a man jumps through the sunroof of
her car while running from gun-totting criminals; thus
excitement, intrigue, and romance enter into Isabel's life.
PIG IN A PARK is exciting, edge-of-your-seat, hilarious
fun. It was one of the funniest books that I have read.
It, also, had a great mystery, and Isabel had some very
innovative ways of getting out of danger. It had
wonderfully eccentric characters that made me laugh out
loud, and the hero, Kel, was great, too. Do yourself a
favor and read PIG IN A PARK.
© Copyright 2002
Reviewed for ParaNormal
Romance and BOOK ISLE
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted September 24, 2002
Isabel 'Stan' Stanley's mother has been hoping a man would
fall in Stan's lap. But when a handsome spy dives through
the sunroof of her car in a hail of bullets, Stan's sure
this wasn't what momma had in mind.
Bad guys beware.
Stan's packing a glue gun and she knows how to use it.
(Also published as The Spy Who Kissed Me)