Image of You and I, Me and You (Cadence Jones)

YOU AND I, ME AND YOU

Image of You and I, Me and You (Cadence Jones)

In this final book of the always interesting FBI trilogy, the suspense is palpable, the pages turn rapidly and the signature Davidson humor runs rampant, making it a very enjoyable read overall. Davidson does a good job keeping Cadence and her various personalities separate, but sometimes it makes for awkward reading. While this entry in the series can be read alone, it would be slightly less puzzling to start from the beginning. Sadly, this is the final book in the series, which makes the conclusion simultaneously bittersweet and satisfying.

Cadence and her slightly willing sisters are moving in with Patrick, attempting for the white picket fence happiness she’s heard so much about. So why does she keep thinking about talk, dark and fascinatingly creepy Dr. Gallo? Just when things start to get a little shaky in her relationship, Cadence (and her sisters) face the Threefer Killers once again. Perfect timing. (ST. MARTIN’S, Mar., 336 pp., $24.99)
Reviewed by: 
Terri Dukes