A cute, satisfying ending to the series. The stories never held deep wells of storyline, it was more of a 'hey, this happened, so let's show life afterwards' kind of thing. 'Nice Girls don't bite their neighbors' has some changes in the main character's life with things getting wrapped up, but besides the intro of a newbie, that's basically it.
This is the second book that's focused on a wedding - instead of her best bud and his werewolf love, it's Jane and Gabriel themselves. Enter mother woes, dress shopping, best friend girlish get-togethers, and a few dangers in between. Enjoyable to read about Jane and the crew, but no strong tension.
I'm still not gung-ho on the idea of her siring someone so soon, but it worked out better than I thought. The teenage boy is hilarious with his awkward moments, interrupting Jane's time with Gabriel, and spinning out a quirky ending of his own. (I'm not spoiling anything by saying this since this is on the back of the book cover as the plot-line.) Jane is fun to be in the head of again, but dare I say she's getting a little of a bitchy side?
There's not much to wrap up since Gabriel and Jane were already together by book one, wedding or no. That doesn't steam me either way. To end the series with a few sparks, there is a death of a character that no one liked anyway, and a sad moment when others say goodbye. Teariest scene of the series for sure.
Even if the story isn't fascinating, it's a light read and these books are enjoyable. Laughs are earned, a few watery eyes here and there, and mild distractions from the mandane for those of us who aren't lucky enough to live paranormal lives.
“We're allergic to to silver. Imagine sticking your hand in a hornets' nestand being forced to listen to the Wiggles while the little bastards repeatedly sting you”
Jane's Mothers Pot-Pie Recipe
Faux Type O Sangria
Molly Harper Merchandise (Includes a Specialty Books T-Shirt!)