Current Affairs is nice in that Leigh, Tara, and Victoria are true friends to one another. They also sympathize with their clients' being upset about wondering if their spouses are cheating and lying to them. The three women set out to find proof for their customers. I did not enjoy the risque sexual humor that permeated the book. Amazon would not even publish my first review, and I assume it was because I shared some of the unsavory sexual subjects that author Lane Stone thought were so hilarious. The conversations between the women also were somewhat hard to follow, as if the author had left out a few sentences that would have explained why they went off on other tangents as they spoke. The three women had their own dectective agency that they worked hard on together, each with her own special talents she brought to the work, yet this was a secret kept from their families. Surely someone acquainted with their business would have mentioned their work to their husbands, not knowing it was supposed to be kept from them.