Introducing: Got your Number

Watch this space! Starting next Wednesday, a new deconstruction will be posted for your viewing pleasure.

‘What’s this new madness?’ I can hear  you cry. ‘Isn’t Yami already struggling to keep up with two decons?’ Fear not, brave readers, for I won’t be doing it. Instead, this book will be deconstructed by kae, primarily as vengeance for suggesting Easily Amused 🙂

Got Your Number is one of those chick-lit mystery-ish romance-ish semi-comedic… things you always see on sale at the supermarket. I’m really not sure how to classify the genre except “for women!”. Amazon isn’t helping much in that regard:

Roxann Beadleman just received an ominous message that resurrects old secrets, and her debutante cousin Angora Ryder was just jilted at the alter. A road trip to accomplish thing on a life list they made in college leads them back to their alma mater for Homecoming, and to the professor they were both in love with…

But Angora doesn’t know that Roxann is wanted for questioning in a police matter, or that a dangerous criminal could be following them. Detective Joe Capistrano is on their heels, too, determined to charm information out of Roxann and to protect her, whether she wants it or not…

Once Roxann and Angora hit campus, their lives are turned on end. Professor Irresistible is majoring in Seduction, old skeletons are leaping from closets, and Detective Capistrano is closing in. Roxann and angora soon find themselves thrust into a chilling lesson of murder, and if either of them gets out of this mess alive, could true love be at the end of their chase?

So… romcom in book form? I dunno really. I read the book, so trust me, we should be in for some fun.

Also, Chaos informs me he’s working on another Decon Vs now that he has the time to watch the episodes. His series will probably continue to be irregular, as while Kae and I are rather fast readers, there’s no way to make watching anime take any less time than it does, and Prince of Tennis is one of those shows that refuses to end a single storyline in anything shorter than 4 episodes.

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4 Responses to Introducing: Got your Number

  1. jenl1625 says:

    Oh, the fail on this one starts with the Amazon blurb, doesn’t it?

    A road trip to accomplish thing on a life list they made in college leads them back to their alma mater for Homecoming, and to the professor they were both in love with…

    Wait, I thought the one who was jilted at the altar was a debutante? How can someone post-college be called a debutante?

    Detective Joe Capistrano is on their heels, too, determined to charm information out of Roxann and to protect her, whether she wants it or not…

    So, he’s Prince Stalker? Prince Charming Stalker. Since when do Detectives charm info out of a witness rather than ask, interrogate, intimidate, whatever?

  2. kaelas17 says:

    I’d love to discuss this but I’ve actually not read the Amazon blurb or any summary- I walking into this based solely on Yami’s suggestion. Kind of hoping it helps with the suspense if I’m completely clueless…

  3. If you feel in need of a laugh, The War is on … Armageddon is actually a real book.

    TRiG.

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