A nice follow up to The Little Lady Agency. What I love about this series are: 1) The main character, Melissa, who beneath the charm and intensity still struggles with a lack of self-esteem, 2) Just when you think you know where the story is headed, it turns the other way, 3) The language flows easily but not cliched, 4) Melissa's roommate and best friend Nelson. The guy cooks for her, comforts her, and even rubs her feet when she's tired. I still think something can totally happen between those two. The main thing that bugs me about the book, though, is that Melissa gets harassed all the time but she seems to be too... accepting about it. But anyway, I'd still read the next Little Lady book.