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Primero leo, luego reseño, después existo.

Mr. Kiss and Tell

Mr. Kiss and Tell - Jennifer Graham, Rob Thomas There's something really important you should know before reading this review:


(Joking. But if you don't like Veronica I have a question for you: are you even human?)

So, this book picks up six months after [b:The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line|18209454|The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line (Veronica Mars, #1)|Rob Thomas|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1393100477s/18209454.jpg|25630244]: Weevil is waiting the outcome of his trial; Keith and Cliff are still trying to expose the corruption network of the sheriff's office and Lamb has a new -and mysterious(?)- opponent. Meanwhile, a woman was assaulted at the Grand and Veronica has been called to investigate.

Unlike the previous book -which has a strange feeling of sadness all over- in this one we get the spark of the series back. There's a good mystery, a lot of old characters, great dialogues loaded with cynicism, and the most important of all: LOGAN IS BACK.

(I'm not Veronica, but YES. Yes, I love you.)

What more can we, the marshmallow fans, ask for? Oh, yes, the next book. Now.

PS: Rob Thomas, if you read this, that thing with Leo: DON'T. YOU. DARE.