Size 12 and Ready to Rock is the fourth installment of the Heather Wells Mysteries, featuring the average-American size 12 (or 14, depending on the book!) amateur sleuth heroine, Heather Wells. She is a smart, sassy adult who (mostly) has good self-esteem. This fun and fairly light detective series is written for adults, but would certainly be enjoyed by older teens. The main characters are in their late 20's, live together, enjoy implied sexual relations and let off steam at the bar after work. This installment explores the theme of domestic abuse, which is at the root of the crime in question. Heather also finds out that she has endometriosis, leading her to question her fertility, and discuss whether her future with her fiance will include children. There is a Q & A at the end of the book with the author which includes a discussion of her own decisions regarding children in her life, as well as resources for women in abusive relationships. A dorm full of fourteen-year-old girls filming a reality TV show over the summer is the setting for the story. Several girls sneak out to party with older boys on one occasion, and one of the girls finds herself in danger from the eventual "perp." Deaths from poison and a gun occur, and occasional language is mild (b-tch, sh-t, sl-t). Heather's fans will be pleased to know that her next adventure Size 12 is the New Black is up next, and will be about mysterious happenings as she plans her long-awaited wedding.