Jane Goes Batty: A Novel

Jane Goes Batty: A Novel - Michael Thomas Ford Jane Goes Batty takes up just where Jane Bites Back left off. Jane is now being followed by a film crew and is in the midst of having her book filmed. She's slightly ticked off because the screenwriter and director have taken liberal creative license and changed her work to the point of being unrecognizable. If that's not bad enough, there's a vampire hunter on the loose and it turns out to be her boyfriend's mother. Oh, and the deranged Charlotte Bronte is still out there somewhere. This book involves a bit more romance in an on-again/off-again nature between Jane and Walter, as well as her store manager Lucy and the rabbi Ben. Byron is still up to his old tricks and is chasing after Jane and trying to make amends, while chasing after and obsessing about men and women. Did I forget to mention that there's also a slightly demented romance blogger in town during the filming and a new editor on the scene? You wouldn't think these elements would work but they do, and quite well. The humor is still there but this book provides slightly more intrigue. This was just as good as the first book and I'm a little sad to have to put this Jane Austen away for awhile and wait for the next in this series, Jane Vows Vengeance.