Typical Evanovich -- Need I Say More?
Lizabeth Kane needs a job; she?s divorced with 2 children. Lacking job skills (but having a history degree), Lizabeth decides to apply for a construction job. The hours are right (they get off work before 4 pm), and she could walk to work, since the construction site is close to her home.
Matt Hallahan is ½ owner of the construction company and instantly attracted to the small woman asking for a job. He doesn?t know what she can do but he can?t let her leave.
Taking Lizabeth home at the end of the day, he meets her two boys and Aunt Elsie. As he gets to know the family, he starts thinking about marriage. The only problem is that Lizabeth has been an unhappy wife and wants to learn to be independent. She also doubts the maturity of a man with a Harley and a tattoo.
To further complicate things, there?s a flasher who makes nightly visits to Lizabeth?s home. All of this silliness makes for a typical Evanovich book. It is a quick book that isn?t troubled with too much plot -- but offers some chuckles.