{Review} Another Saturday Night and I Ain’t Got No Body by Jennie Marts


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{Review} Another Saturday Night and I Ain’t Got No Body by Jennie MartsAnother Saturday Night and I Ain't Got No Body by Jennie Marts
Series: Page Turners #1
Released: December 19, 2012 by Self-Published
Genre(s): Romantic Comedy (Adult), Romantic Suspense (Adult)
Pages: 332

Our Rating

5 Stars

Sunny’s not sure she’s even looking for Mr. Maybe, when her friends decide to find her Mr. Right. Sunny Vale considers herself a dog-loving, romance-reading homebody. But her life goes from dull to deadly when her book club fires her from her own love life and sets her up on six blind dates--one of whom might be with a murderer.

More trouble arrives in the dead of night, in the form of Jake Landon, a mysterious stranger, who breaks into her neighbor’s house and possibly her heart. But Jake is packing more than a loaded gun in his well-fitting Levi’s. He brings an arsenal of secrets and plenty of heat to Sunny’s ho-hum summer.

Jake Landon finds himself caught up in the capers of the sexy blonde in the house next door. But he has his own agenda which doesn’t involve playing hero to a curvy second-grade teacher and babysitting her panty-puking puppy. He's got other problems like fiery explosions, a missing person...and a parade of jerks Sunny insists on dating. Could Sunny’s Mr. Right be right under her nose? Even though Jake is gorgeous, likes her dog, and has abs she can crack an egg on, can she really go out with him if he’s just murdered her next door neighbor?

This book includes mature subject matter that may not be appropriate for readers under the age of 18.

ReasonsToReadWhen elementary school teacher Sunny’s neighbor disappears and a strange man takes up residence in the empty house next door, she and her book club friends have plenty to gossip about.  He’s mysterious and sexy, and Edna swears she saw him carrying a gun, but no one can figure out why he’s really there — or what happened to Walter.  Despite her friends’ best efforts to resurrect her love life with blind dates, Sunny can’t keep her eyes off the man next door, but giving into her attraction might lead to happily ever after, or it might just pair her up with a killer.

TheVerdictAnother Saturday Night and I Ain’t Got Nobody just might be the most fun I’ve had reading in years.

Sunny’s been in a dating rut for far too long, but while she’d love to find that special someone, she’s not too worried about it.  Her book club friends, on the other hand, have their own opinions on the matter.  Sunny reluctantly agrees to let them set her up on a series of blind dates, and in no time, Sunny’s dull summer turns slapstick crazy.

We’re first introduced to the best secondary character in fiction history.  Edna is one of Sunny’s neighbors, a meddlesome, elderly woman who isn’t exactly known for her tact.  She watches the comings and goings on their street like an amateur detective, coming up with all kinds of screwball theories, but she’s got a heart of gold.  It’s Edna who first notices the mysterious man who moves into their missing neighbor’s house in the middle of the night.  Sunny notices him, too, but while she’s aware of Edna’s suspicions, it’s not Jake’s gun that catches her eye first.

Jake seems like a nice enough guy, and he’s more than a little easy on the eyes, but there’s too much Sunny doesn’t know about him.  So while Sunny enjoys the view, she and the Pleasant Valley Page Turners book club do a little snooping and try to figure him out — and fix Sunny’s dating life while they’re at it.  Their fix, however, is practically a comedy of errors, and I was so busy laughing at the scrapes Sunny found herself in that I didn’t have time to wish she and Jake would just get to it already.

Another Saturday Night and I Ain’t Got No Body plays out like an awesome movie centered around a group of women friends who have no real boundaries.  Through it all, Edna provides constant shock and hilarity, there are some rather tender “true friendship” moments wrapped up in lots of lively fun, and the mystery surrounding Jake just gets deeper.  Throw in some romance, more sleuthing, a possible stalker, and poor Sunny’s dates falling apart, and you’ve got yourself an incredibly entertaining read.

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About Jennie Marts

Jennie Marts loves to make readers laugh as she weaves stories filled with love, friendship and intrigue. She is a USA TODAY Best-selling author and writes for Entangled Publishing. Reviewers call her books “laugh out loud” funny and full of great characters that are “endearing and relatable.”

She is living her own happily ever after in the mountains of Colorado with her husband, two sons, two dogs and a parakeet that loves to tweet to the oldies. She’s addicted to Diet Coke, adores Cheetos, and believes you can’t have too many books, shoes, or friends.

Her books include the contemporary western romance Hearts of Montana series, the romantic comedy/ cozy mysteries of The Page Turners series, and her latest series about hot hockey players, the Bannister Brothers Books.


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