Sunday, August 5, 2012

Yours, Mine and Ours by MaryJanice Davidson

Cadence has a multiple personality disorder and it has made her very attractive to the special unit of the FBI, Bureau of False Flag Ops division. Not only is Cadence in her body, but so is Adrienne and Shiro. They think of one another as sisters and they get along fairly well.

Cadence has a new partner, George, who has his own issues. However, it’s only George in his body.They get along fairly well, but then, Cadence is a pretty easygoing woman who tolerates a lot of things and just takes things in stride.Her boyfriend, Patrick, gets along with all of the sisters, but loves Cadence. However,when Shiro catches the eye of a doctor, things get a bit awkward.

Adrienne is what I would describe as the baby.She does what she wants with little thought for the consequences.Shiro, on the other hand, is the tough one.She has a knack for getting her target and will do anything to protect her sisters.

Add into the eclectic mix a serial killer who’sbeen killing young, teenage boys at the same time each year.Cadence and George must try and figure out who it is and apprehend him before he kills anyone else.With Shiro and Adrienne trying to help, the twists, turns and humor will keep you entertained.With suspense, humor and best-selling MaryJane Davidson’s phenomenal and original writing, YOURS, MINE, OURS is a wonderful addition to any library!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. I have always been interested in the multiple personality theory. It would be interesting to read a book that deals with it in the every day world, rather than the traumas in Sybil. I am looking forward to getting to know Cadence.


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