EVIE EVER AFTER
It's time for a final round of wackiness as Ciotta's delightful trilogy concludes. Readers are once again treated to Evie's internal musings, and the
twists of this clever plot keep all the characters hopping. Ciotta deserves major kudos for creating such an
array of memorable characters and
such a fun-filled series.
Between her new job working for Chameleon, a covert anti-scam government agency, and her growing relationship with Arch Duvall, Evie's life is on track. Then disaster strikes when Milo Beckett, co-leader of Chameleon, is set up for murder.
As Evie ponders the kiss she and Milo once shared, her confused feelings are tying her in knots. One thing is clear: The Chameleon gang and Evie's best friends need to find a way to prove Milo's innocence and stop a treacherous conspiracy. Once again, Evie will have to use her acting talents to bait the trap. (HQN, Mar., 384 pp., $6.99)