Mr. Kiss and Tell. Someone whom Veronica hadn't been able to save during high school is brutally sexually assaulted. Even though the survivor doesn't want Veronica on the case, she finds herself drawn in, pushing Veronica to the point in which she may have to break some of her own rules.
Unlike the first book, The Thousand Dollar Tan Line, that continues Veronica Mars's story post-movie, Mr. Kiss and Tell is not narrated by Kristen Bell. This automatically made the audiobook a disappointment.
Mr. Kiss and Tell is narrated by Rebecca Lowman, who I know best for narrating several of the books by Rainbow Rowell, including Fangirl and Eleanor & Park. She's a great reader. She has a wonderful way of drawing out the emotional resonance of a story (which is why she's a great match for Rowell's audiobooks). But, she couldn't really capture any of Veronica's toughness or sass.
*Vague spoiler* It is also worth noting that the title of the book does come from a plot point in the story. I like the title, but when the name was introduced into the story, I felt like a part of the mystery was lost...because it was obvious who the primary suspect would be. *End vague spoiler*
Now begins the wait for the next book....
Tasty Rating: !!!