This is the sequel to an earlier reviewed book Prom Dates from Hell:
I’ll put out the same caveats I did on the first one:
- I’ve got a bit of a fan-boy crush on the author (because she’s just such a cool panelist at conventions), and…
- I’m not really the target audience for this book.
Having said that, I had a blast with this book, even more fun than I did with the first one. Maggie is back and starting to take her psychic powers a bit more seriously, and these sorority girls aren’t the vapid bowheads I remember from my college years. Some of the supporting characters make their return, including a reformed villain from the first book.
I can’t say a whole lot more without getting into spoiler territory, but it was a lot of fun. I’m looking forward to the third book, Highway to Hell, but my wife recommended I take a look at her Texas Gothic first.