After a cat fight at a stuffy historical society meeting nearly kills her career, Bubbles is given just one week to prove her worth to her editors at the "News-Times" and earn a real job there by cracking her biggest story evera finding out who really murdered Carol Weaveras steel-executive husband with cyanide-tipped fingernails. More than Carolas own jail sentence for the homicide is riding on Bubblesas investigation. Also at stakeauncovering possible corruption in the steel industry at the highest level.
Nothing will deter Bubbles this time! Not trying to drive with a cell phone in one hand and a mascara wand in the other. Not the shenanigans of mother LuLu, the pressure of getting daughter Jane into a good college (maybe Princeton, maybe Two Guys Community), or the roadblocks posed by Janeas ever-clueless boyfriend G. Not even hunky, gonzo photojournalist Steve Stiletto, who takes Bubbles to bed in a scene so steamy it finally puts pay to her Mel Gibson crush. Gutsy, intuitive, and delivering her best one-liners along with beauty recipes, Bubbles is abehind the wheel, and a wild ride awaitsa ("Publishers Weekly"). Itas all in a dayas work for a broad like Bubbles.
As much effervescent fun as its heroineas name. ("New York Times" bestselling author Meg Cabot) aBubbles is hot, hot, hot in this one! Sarah Strohmeyeras wicked wit and playful intelligence"ght up the pages of Bubbles Ablaze.a(Claire CookMust Love Dogs")