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Yours, Mine, And Ours (2012)

by MaryJanice Davidson(Favorite Author)
3.63 of 5 Votes: 3
0312531184 (ISBN13: 9780312531188)
St. Martin's Press
Cadence Jones
review 1: I thought that I had already written a review for this book yet it's not here. So either I did not push save or my other persona dropped the ball. This is the second book in the Candence Jones series. So at this point we all know that Candance is a an FBI agent working in a special division that employs crazies. Candece who is my birthday buddy has multiple personalities. Herself the goodie two shoes virgin that is overly helpful and apologethic, Shiro the no nonsense sister who doesn't take shit from anyone, and Andrienne who is just balls to the wall crazy but apprently has a place in her heart for dogs. I liked that in this book we spent more time with Shiro. Anyone who has every researched MPD (ME) knows that a person creates these personalities to learn how to deal wi... moreth the rollercoaster that life throws us as well as processing the horrors from their past. However Candence is in the process of trying to let go of these personalities and become one person. I feel like Shiro showed a lot of Candence qualities in this book while Candence got mad like Adrienne and spoke her mind like Shiro without having to black out and switch. All of this was psychologically fasinating despite the fact that it was a work of fiction. I'm not sure how I feel about the introduction of the new guy or the neediness of of her current love interest. I like the dynamic of Candence and her co-workers and the crime solving so much that I wish MJD had waited to introduce topics such as sex, commitment, and emotions. With that being said I really like the series. But am having a hard time taking it too serious.
review 2: MaryJanice Davidson knows how to keep a reader enthralled. I really enjoyed this story and am looking forward to the next installment. To me the best part of this series is the characters. The characters are extremely well thought out and developed. Each character has what seems like endless layers and it keeps the reader intrigued and attached to the story. You don't want to stop reading because you want to discover more. I also like and appreciate the connections to the first book in the series. This series is constantly building on itself and it shows how well thought out the story really is. I'm highly impressed by the writing and creativity displayed. less
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I'm enjoying this series. The dynamic between Cadence, Shiro, and Adrienne is really interesting.
It was a slow start but got much better.
Tiresome. Self-indulgent.
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