Series: Charley Davidson #6
Release Date: May 20, 2014
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Reviewed by: Amber R.
Charley Davidson is back and she's the same as always. Which is good for me. Maybe not so good for Reyes. He asked her a huge question at the end of Fifth Grave and it takes almost this entire book to get an answer. But we do get an answer and we get a lot of them. We get almost as many questions but things are definitely on the move.
Reyes. Reyes, Reyes, Reyes. Can I just type his name over and over and make that my review? Because that's what I'd like to do. He's amazing. And sweet and so sexy I could turn into an actual puddle. He's still not giving Charley too many answers about who she really is or what's supposed to happen but he's definitely been listening to her more and not trying to control everything.
Charley is just as hilarious and as scatter-brained as she always has been. She's risking her life to help people all over town. However, I do think that she was hem-hawing over the whole Reyes thing. And at this point there's really no reason for her to, I didn't think so anyhow.
I love all of these characters. Cookie and Ubie are fantastic. Swopes and Charley's dad. I just like her side characters as much as I like the main ones. And that's something that I think is hard to find. When all the friends of the main character are deep and have stories of their own, it just takes the entire book to a different level.
Jones has done it again. The Charley Davidson series gets better and burns brighter with each book. I was so excited to find out that the seventh comes out later this year because with that cliffhanger I don't think I could wait much longer.