This book is the most hilarious I've read so far. As if Tex's presence alone isn't enough, the whole family is now dragged into the never-ending Denver drama. First, come Tex's niece, Roxie all the way from Chicago, troubled and running away from possessive obsessive ex-boyfriend. Drama, drama, drama then enter Roxie's parents. They're the definition of funny; there's no any other explanation for it. No joke, I nearly peed myself in my pants. We have established since book 1 Tex is a downright nutcase (come on, who would feel the need to bang a perfectly working espresso machine in order to make coffee?). Now we have evidences Roxie and both of her parents aren't exactly acting like a normal family either. Whatever runs in their genes, it sure runs in the whole family. This is to say I nearly died laughing reading this.
Now, where do you get a crazy person like Tex? I'm sure I wanna one for myself.