This third story in the series takes up where the last book ended. If you haven't read the first two, the author does try to go back and fill in some gaps for you so you won't feel completely lost and out of the loop. I didn't like this story as much as the other two I have read. I felt that the 'You must tell Natalie' thing played out way to long. Harvey, although still the playboy, seemed to dim a bit too. I also felt that the whole 'You must sell a something in a week or else your gone' is playing out too much, but that is just me.