Warren's second book featuring PJ Sugar is entertaining and cute. But the many characters get quite confusing, and the romantic triangle between PJ and the two men doesn't advance at a very quick pace. Still, the humor and the mystery make up for this enjoyable novel's shortcomings.
PJ Sugar is trying to prove herself a competent private investigator. Her boss, Jeremy, doesn't really think she's up to the task. Her on-again, off-again flame Boone believes she should quit before she gets hurt. When PJ takes a job housesitting for a witness in custody, she gets much more than she bargained for in the process. Can she prove to everyone, including herself, that she can make it as a P.I.? (TYNDALE, Jan., 320 pp., $13.99)