Nah, I'm just kidding Jessica Manistrani has. This girl has a really great ability, to find missing children, women, men, grandparents, possibly chickens, uncles, great aunts, three times removed cousins, whatever. It would be really cool if she didn't have government agents breathing down her neck and the possibility that she messed up a kid's life, badly. At least she still has detention. Yes, detention, the only time of the day when she gets to sit next to totally hot and completely mysterious Rob Wilkins. Rob Wilkins a Grit motorcyclist who might, maybe be a little to old for her. But two year isn't that much unless you are counting in dog-years. Now you are probably wondering what the cheese is a 'Grit'? Well, there is a line of prejudice in her local high school and town for that matter. It's the Grits versus the Townies. You might have figured by now the Townies are the people who live in town, but the Grits don't, they live on the outskirts. Not far enough to be considered another county, but far enough that they aren't really considered apart of the town. Point is super awesome hot Rob asked her to ride on his motorcycle! Everybody knows that is the beginning of a truly meaning full relationship.
So if you could not tell this is a great book. Just like most all of Meg Cabot's stories. For a while, I was slightly nervous to read it. I have no idea why, so I finally read the first four books in two days. Yes, it was intense and epic. It had me squealing like a school-girl and cursing like a sailor at the same time! Okay, okay I know and you know that that is not really any different from any other time. But seriously this book is intense. I haven't finished the book series yet. I know LAME. But I've got to wait until Monday, or suffer not knowing the end longer. So this is why I'm proposing you all read the book and tell me what you think. Send me a message leave a comment, I don't care. Just go read it!