I haven't read anything in this series before, but basically picked this up because it has uh, alien bunny rabbits in it. I am not kidding. I DESPERATELY want a dust bunny now, I can't even tell you how much. I will try to review this without having OMG BUNNY SO KYOOOOOOOT influence me TOO much :)
The setup: we're on a human colony on a planet called Harmony, which has (a) the aforementioned dust bunnies, which have six legs, a spare set of eyes, are omnivores, and a bit psychic, (b) a lot of people having psychic powers, and (c) lost remnants of an alien civilization still on the planet, which make things kind of wacky.
Our heroine is Celinda, who uses her particular psychic power (reading people, mostly) as a professional matchmaker. She got run out of town by a powerful potential client that she turned down, and has been trying to make a new life for herself in Cadence City. So naturally, when a cop and a PI show up at her work, she's kind of freaked out. However, they're here about a random relic she picked up in an antique store for five dollars that she bought for her dust bunny, Araminta. Just as Celinda's handing over the relic to the PI, Araminta takes off with it and runs off, thus leaving the PI to hang around Celinda until Araminta brings it back, as bunnies are wont to do.
Our hero, Davis the PI, also has a dust bunny and an interesting psychic power. Which is to say...he can VERY BRIEFLY turn himself invisible, but after five minutes of such, he falls into a coma. This has uh, caused him some issues of late, making both his business and his engagement go flushing down the toilet.
As it turns out, the alien artifact that Celinda found in a shop turns out to be very useful and interesting in the hands of the right person...which Celinda is. However, there's two artifacts, and the other guy with one...is not so scrupulous with his morals as Celinda is.
In between this stuff, and the dust bunnies getting into the plot (which they do in a very interesting and fun way), Celinda and Davis get involved, especially around her sister's wedding.
It was loads of fun. I'd read another one of these (and indeed, probably will). Four stars from me.