While struggling to overcome her motorphobia, the result of her own recent collision, Brigid Ashbury, an accident recontructionist goes back to work to determine the cause of a death in a high profile murder.
"Details of an odd occupation and an unlikely physical chemistry are fascinating. A promiscuous male character, uptight government officials and a crooked wealthy family enhance the humor and entertainment value. 4 1/2 stars."
Wednesday Night Witches
On the outs with her live-in boyfriend, Eve Crenshaw flees Manhattan for a different kind of island life off the coast of Maine. As life gets better and better for Eve and her friends Natasha and Kim, everything else on the island starts going to hell....
"Nichols takes a Charmed-inspired ride on a broomstick, smartly mixing magic with chick lit cheer."
True Lies of a Drama Queen
Rejoin Elle as she seeks out the culprit responsible for her unexpected unclothed star turn on the internet, strenuously avoids higher learning and discovers that coming of age is not a destination, but a journey . . . and she's having a hard time staying on the road.
"Yes, the book is extremely well written, but ultimately it works because of Elle. She is a gem, a charmer, a mis-labeled "under-achiever."
When her sister's ex-boyfriendseemingly perfect, potentially interestedreenters her life, Anne Olsen has got to ask: Could she possibly fall in love with a hand-me-down man?
"Nichols is one of chick lit's brightest lights, and here she delivers a funny, utterly winning story of family, love and self-discovery."
Tales of a Drama Queen
In her debut novel, Lee Nichols will take you on a wild ride as she spins her tales of a drama queen extraordinaire who manages to charm everybody in her path, even as she's spilling her drink on them.
"This good-natured, irrepressible fairy tale is better than a box of bonbons; Shopaholic fans may have a new heroine."