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

  • Stef

    This series is starting to get good. One woman and 3 men trying to get her attention and someone is trying to kill someone. . . stolen Identities, very crazy interesting read.

    Fast read. Cant wait to get started on book 3.

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    Update 6-3-2016: If you are looking for other great suspense/action/Comedy/Laugh Out Loud / Romance books check out my other reviews. I Recommend this series and the following:

    > Rose Gardner Mystery Series by Denise Grover Swank

    > Body Movers Series by Stephanie B

    This series is starting to get good. One woman and 3 men trying to get her attention and someone is trying to kill someone. . . stolen Identities, very crazy interesting read.

    Fast read. Cant wait to get started on book 3.

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    Update 6-3-2016: If you are looking for other great suspense/action/Comedy/Laugh Out Loud / Romance books check out my other reviews. I Recommend this series and the following:

    > Rose Gardner Mystery Series by Denise Grover Swank

    > Body Movers Series by Stephanie Bond

    > Rock Chick Series by Kristen Ashley

    > Bobbie Faye's Series by Toni McGee Causey

    > Stephanie Plum Series by Janet Evanovich

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  • Donna Meland

    Even better than the first. Loved it!

  • 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!

  • Melissa Darnold

    Um so Carlotta and Jack Terry? STEAMY. I'm so here for Carlotta and Jack, but my heart belongs to Carlotta and Coop, and I can't stand Carlotta and Peter. I mean, sure, there is actual plot in this book with a fantastic mystery and twist (that I saw coming), but I can't see past all of this love triangle business. I don't like the business. I want Peter out. BYE PETER.

    But really...Carlotta and Coop forever.

    The mystery in this one was fabulous! What a great way to explore these characters deeper

    Um so Carlotta and Jack Terry? STEAMY. I'm so here for Carlotta and Jack, but my heart belongs to Carlotta and Coop, and I can't stand Carlotta and Peter. I mean, sure, there is actual plot in this book with a fantastic mystery and twist (that I saw coming), but I can't see past all of this love triangle business. I don't like the business. I want Peter out. BYE PETER.

    But really...Carlotta and Coop forever.

    The mystery in this one was fabulous! What a great way to explore these characters deeper than to pretend Carlotta had committed suicide? It's a story that brings everyone together. I think the character I was the most in love with in this book was Hannah. She's goth, and odd, and has such a likable quality about her. Also, I want to be June Moody when I grow up. This series is rad.

  • Geoffrey Gelb

    Cute book. Takes place immediately following the first book in the series. The intrepid Carlotta once again finds herself the focal point of murder, mystery and intrigue! She is being threatened by a killer, someone is impersonating her and ruining her already bad credit, and there are now three men in her life that she can't make up her mind about. Yet she still finds time to hang out at her favorite cigar bar, work at her retail job at Neiman Marcus and occasionally help pick up bodies for her

    Cute book. Takes place immediately following the first book in the series. The intrepid Carlotta once again finds herself the focal point of murder, mystery and intrigue! She is being threatened by a killer, someone is impersonating her and ruining her already bad credit, and there are now three men in her life that she can't make up her mind about. Yet she still finds time to hang out at her favorite cigar bar, work at her retail job at Neiman Marcus and occasionally help pick up bodies for her friends mortuary company that her troublesome 19 year old brother works at as well. It's a fun series. Light-hearted yet still full of suspense and murder. I recommend it for fans of Hiaasen, Dorsey, Corcoran & Cornwell.

  • Sally

    Alright.. so, the only reason this book got a 4 star rating is because of the last few chapters! Apart from that, it was kinda predictable! I still don’t like Peter, and I’m having mixed feelings about Jack. He was a jerk and very manipulative most of the time. There’s nothing sexy about a man who allows a woman he likes to be humiliated by anyone, even if it was his “other” woman, or whatever…

    Honestly, Cooper is the only man in this series that I actually adore so far! He’s just such a sweethe

    Alright.. so, the only reason this book got a 4 star rating is because of the last few chapters! Apart from that, it was kinda predictable! I still don’t like Peter, and I’m having mixed feelings about Jack. He was a jerk and very manipulative most of the time. There’s nothing sexy about a man who allows a woman he likes to be humiliated by anyone, even if it was his “other” woman, or whatever…

    Honestly, Cooper is the only man in this series that I actually adore so far! He’s just such a sweetheart and I keep hoping he’d finally make a move instead of waiting for Peter or Jack to back down!

    Now, Carlotta and Wesley.. from the reviews, a lot of people commented of their stupidity and all that. However, I actually think that after everything these two went through, their behavior is justified. Wesley was only 9 when he was abandoned by both his parents, left with only a 17 year old sister to raise him! This was traumatizing for both of them. Wesley is a troubled kid… most teenagers are almost always rebellious, so how about a kid who was abandoned by his parents, bullied by others, being forced to deal with rejection from people and so on.. Carlotta, being dumped by her boyfriend, being rejected by all her friends and made fun of, being forced to endure the humiliation and shame of what her parents did, being shunned by everyone around her, being forced to raise a child when she was a child herself… Carlotta is afraid and insecure, not a doormat. For a person to endure so much at a young age, it would leave the strongest person exhausted and drained. However, I do think that the way she's portrayed makes her sound a bit younger than 30 years old... or we could say that the fact that she was pampered as a kid didn't prepare her mentally for the hardships she would face after her parents left...

    Now, I still want to know what happened to the parents... so moving on to the next book!

    oh! and I really dislike Liz..

  • Dekaydreader

    Series is growing on me and gaining momentum - although I continually want to roll my eyes at the wide-eyed witlessness of both Wrens, I'll admit that if they didn't show the self-preservation abilities of a possum in the middle of the highway along with the bumbling luck of Inspector Clouseau, the story would be over already. I now remember why I was so incensed when Stephanie Bond took an indefinite hiatus after book 6. She hooks you into the suspense and turmoil - not to mention the romantic

    Series is growing on me and gaining momentum - although I continually want to roll my eyes at the wide-eyed witlessness of both Wrens, I'll admit that if they didn't show the self-preservation abilities of a possum in the middle of the highway along with the bumbling luck of Inspector Clouseau, the story would be over already. I now remember why I was so incensed when Stephanie Bond took an indefinite hiatus after book 6. She hooks you into the suspense and turmoil - not to mention the romantic heat - to the point where you just can't wait to see what comes next. Fun.

  • Ian

    I'm still trying to decide if I love this series or not. There are things about the books I don't like but so far, the positives have out-weighed the negatives. I've ordered the next four in the series so I should have an answer to that question soon enough.

    In this the second in the series, Carlotta is the victim of identity theft, but after the person who stole her identity winds up dead she finds herself living in a very cramped townhouse with the Detective she hates when she isn't lusting af

    I'm still trying to decide if I love this series or not. There are things about the books I don't like but so far, the positives have out-weighed the negatives. I've ordered the next four in the series so I should have an answer to that question soon enough.

    In this the second in the series, Carlotta is the victim of identity theft, but after the person who stole her identity winds up dead she finds herself living in a very cramped townhouse with the Detective she hates when she isn't lusting after him.

    The other men in her life are none too happy about her sleeping arrangements, and she is none too happy about the Detectives wandering ways.

    I think the main problem I have with this book is the sexual relationships are just a little sick. Without giving any of the names...Male1 sleeps with Female1 and also Female2. Male2 sleeps with Female2 while pretending Female2 is Female3. Female2 has also slept with Male3 who happens to be Male2's father. I'm as open minded as the next person but to me it was getting just a little odd.

  • 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.

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