Manhunting by Jennifer Crusie

This book was lots of fun. I could tell that it was an early effort because the story felt predictable. One of the secondary characters did something unpredictable and there wasn’t an adequate explanation for me. (Turns out it was her first book.)

I did like the relationship between the couple, and I liked her secondary characters. It’s funny too with slapstick mishaps and quirkiness abounding.

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