Johnny Cakes by Paisley Ray

Rachael O’Brien is back at college for her junior year. She still doesn’t know who shot Billy Ray and Jack Ray has been sighted around her school making her a little nervous. Agent Cauldwell confuses her and Stone confuses her even more. She just wants to have a normal school year for once, but Schleck forcing her to do some more interning, roommate drama (Living with Sheila? Did she really think that was a good idea?), her crazy mother, and Nash continually turning up ensures that junior year is just as nuts as the previous two.

Johnny Cakes is the fifth in the Rachael O’Brien Chronicles. There are lots of twists and turns and surprises. Some questions are answered (like who shot Billy Ray), but others come up (like just who or what is Stone involved with). It wasn’t quite as good as some of the others in the series (it tended to drag at times), but I still recommend this book to Rachael O’Brien fans.

4 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2016: 61
Pages Read in 2016: 15,636
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