Orphaned and homeless, the main character of this series is Lola, a smart yet stubborn girl. She has just learned to cope with life on the streets when a man shows up asking her what she would do if she could see her parents again. Of course Lola wants to see them, but does not know if she can trust the man. The offer would require her to be in extremely dangerous situations, but what choice does she really have?
This book had a lot of elements which I really liked, such as the humor and the main character, Lola. She has a surpirising amount of depth and I really liked how she thought things through before taking big leaps. The plot was really good as well, and the story moved along quite smoothly. As for the not so good parts, I found some of the roles to be sterotypical and there really was not as much action as I hoped there would be. I found I did really like her writing style, although some of it was a bit confusing to read.
I am definitely looking foward to reading the rest of the series and cannot wait to see how this author develops her writing style more.