2 Bodies for the Price of 1

2 Bodies for the Price of 1

With fugitive parents, a brother dodging loan sharks, a hunky cop who's made her outlaw family his business, and her ex-fiancé back in the picture, Carlotta Wren thought her life couldn't get any more complicated. And then… Her fugitive parents phone home. Her identity is stolen by a look-alike. Her look-alike is found, well…dead. Under suspicion for murder, Carlotta disco...

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Title:2 Bodies for the Price of 1
Author:Stephanie Bond
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Edition Language:English

2 Bodies for the Price of 1 Reviews

  • Gail

    This book starts exactly at the moment the first, Body Movers, leaves off with a phone call from her errant, bail-jumping father. Carlotta drops the phone and through a series of unfortunate incidents is unable to take the call. Her life becomes more complicated as her identity is stolen and her double winds up dead.

    Her brother is still in a lot of trouble with loan sharks and his probation. Three men are pursuing Carlotta for romance but with her identity stolen, her parents on the lam, her di

    This book starts exactly at the moment the first, Body Movers, leaves off with a phone call from her errant, bail-jumping father. Carlotta drops the phone and through a series of unfortunate incidents is unable to take the call. Her life becomes more complicated as her identity is stolen and her double winds up dead.

    Her brother is still in a lot of trouble with loan sharks and his probation. Three men are pursuing Carlotta for romance but with her identity stolen, her parents on the lam, her disingenous brother constantly making mistakes, she barely has time to think let alone fall in love.

    This series is light, clever, witty, and engaging with likeable fun and funny characters and interesting story lines. The endings are not predictable. I look forward to reading the others in the series. I like Carlotta and her brother and no wonder she has trouble choosing among the men, though I do have my favorite.

    Wise cracking chick lit meets light hearted mystery!

  • Linda

    The main character Carlotta Wren has a lot going on with fugitive parents who having been missing for 8 years. She has a brother who is always getting in trouble and believes his parents are innocent. Three sexy men that want to be part of her life and a lady that looks like her who stole her identity. Fun and sassy book to read.

  • Darcy

    I liked this book better than the first, but am still annoyed by some things. First off, Wesley, he just keeps making one stupid move after another. I realize he is a kid, but he is supposed to have a genius IQ, too bad he doesn’t use it. The second thing that bothers me is the way that Carlotta changes her mind about all the men flitting about her. It seems like if she is with one of them, that is the one that she has decided is right for her, but changes her mind once another enters her presen

    I liked this book better than the first, but am still annoyed by some things. First off, Wesley, he just keeps making one stupid move after another. I realize he is a kid, but he is supposed to have a genius IQ, too bad he doesn’t use it. The second thing that bothers me is the way that Carlotta changes her mind about all the men flitting about her. It seems like if she is with one of them, that is the one that she has decided is right for her, but changes her mind once another enters her presence.

    As for the mystery, I was mad to find out who the bad guy was, just one more betrayal in a long line of them.

    I do look forward to reading more in this series. I want to find out more about E and her boyfriend, the Wesley’s lawyer, I have a bad feeling there, and finally who will win out in the man department for Carlotta.

  • Shawna

    This is a series I still haven't determined if I like or not. It's definitely a light fluffy read, and somewhat along the lines of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series. However, I don't think it's quite as entertaining. In fact I spent at least 80% of this book waiting for the action. Sure things happen, but nothing seems to really come of it, it's mostly story setup. And when it takes that long to build up a story my hopes for a good ending just aren't there. The first story I could really s

    This is a series I still haven't determined if I like or not. It's definitely a light fluffy read, and somewhat along the lines of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series. However, I don't think it's quite as entertaining. In fact I spent at least 80% of this book waiting for the action. Sure things happen, but nothing seems to really come of it, it's mostly story setup. And when it takes that long to build up a story my hopes for a good ending just aren't there. The first story I could really see potential for the series. However after this second installment, my hopes are a bit dashed. The characters were very flat, and didn't seem all that bright. But the fact that the first book really gave them their dimension helped keep me reading through this one.

    I suppose I will likely continue on, with the hopes that the third book is an improvement. Now that Carlotta's actually a body mover (you would think that if it's The Body Mover's series, she would have been one from book one, or at least by the beginning of book 2). I'm fairly certain I'll be taking a break from the series for a bit however.

  • Cyndi

    Almost every character irritates me and yet I can’t seem to stop reading these. Carlotta can’t seem to make up her mind about anything. Just when you think she’s going to work some things out her identity is stolen. And for some unknown reason this woman thinks Carlotta’s life is worth taking over. Its no wonder she jumped off a bridge.

    And the men in this book? So many idiots! There’s Jack who does the worst ‘next morning’ mistake speech ever. He tried to convince her the romance was a bad ide

    Almost every character irritates me and yet I can’t seem to stop reading these. Carlotta can’t seem to make up her mind about anything. Just when you think she’s going to work some things out her identity is stolen. And for some unknown reason this woman thinks Carlotta’s life is worth taking over. Its no wonder she jumped off a bridge.

    And the men in this book? So many idiots! There’s Jack who does the worst ‘next morning’ mistake speech ever. He tried to convince her the romance was a bad idea? Yeah, right! That’s why he fought Carlotta off while rolling around on the floor? *sarcasm*

    Such a huge jerk, and yet she still seems to like him. Idiot girl! Then there is the ex. He dumped her years ago when she needed him, but suddenly -poof- he wants her back? And, Ladies and Gentlemen. Drum roll please 🥁 She is still interested in him and almost considers marrying him. 🤦‍♀️

    Then there is her brother! He needs to wake up desperately! He’s messing his life up and taking her along for the ride.

    As for Cooper? He’s a good guy, but he lays so much guilt on her. She may never be together enough to appreciate him.

    Then there’s the women. Geesh! Hannah, who usually only sleeps with married men, but is willing to make an exception for Cooper. Liz the lawyer who gives lawyers a bad name. And most of the rest of the female population in this book, who are all generally back stabbers.

    But, like I said, I can’t seem to stop reading these books! 🤷🏼‍♀️ Not sure why. Maybe I’m invested in finding out how far Carlotta will go before she self destructs, or relocates to an insane asylum.

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