Jaine has been hired by uber-pushy stage mom Heather Van Sant to write lyrics for her daughter Taylor's song in the talent competition for the Miss Teen Queen America pageant. It's different from anything Jaine has done before, but if nothing else, she's looking forward to a free weekend in a swanky hotel and a chance to see what really goes on backstage at a beauty pageant.
But the hotel is a dump, the cattiness is out of control, and Candace - the perfectly coiffed, whip-cracking pageant director - is making even Jaine's life miserable. When Candace's assistant, Amy, is found bludgeoned to death with a silver tiara, there are more suspects than sequins on a pageant gown - and Heather is first on the list.
©2016 Laura Levine (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC
I have enjoyed reading every book in this series. However, they are becoming tedious. Jaine's character needs to grow a backbone . She does stand up for herself, but, it doesn't happen until the end of the book. I want Jaine to have a happy ending, but not at the expense of every other character in the book. The mystery was simple and predictable. I hope the next book is better.
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