Things start to go awry when the body of one of her female students ends up at the bottom of the elevator shaft. Many people at the college chalk it up to an accident or sheer stupidity (elevator surfing). But Heather knows that teenage college girls don’t elevator surf, they leave that “sheer stupidity” up to the boys. Heather can’t convince anyone that this is more than an accident, not even her hunky P.I. landlord. Things start to get even more complicated when more deaths occur. Heather realizes that she must take matters into her own hands and figure out what exactly is going on.
Like most of Cabot’s books this one is a fun quick read. What I like about her is that she doesn’t stay in just one genre. Many people may just think of her as a “chick lit” author, but her most recent books have a more supernatural aspect.
~SarahRequest Size 12 is Not Fat from the Bangor Public Library