First, a confession. I thought the first installment of "The Wrong Delivery" was a standalone. It worked as a self-contained piece with an open-ended conclusion, but I secretly hoped there'd be more. Lucky me. McDroll is going for the serialized novel. Yet again, it doesn't feel that way. I don't feel like I'm being shafted by an installment. Even though I'm left hanging for the next volume, I still get a satisfying read. As for the plot, McDroll turns the screws she stuck in your head from the first one. I don't want to give too much away. Start with the first one before diving into this one.The Wrong Delivery - Corrin's Eyes
In part 2 we see the arrival of those twin bed fellows lies and deceit. All is not well in this idyllic setting it seems. McDroll cranks up the tension and we see for the first time another side to the characters of Morna and Gordon.
The author uses some very nice descriptive writing to describe the beauty of the setting that is at odds with some of the dark events that happen. The story is coming on nicely and I am getting into the action as it progresses.