Morning sickness sucks. Which is why fashion designer turned amateur sleuth Maddie Springer has spent the last six weeks being a couch potato and Moonlight vampire movie devotee. But when Maddie's best friends finally convince her to venture out, Maddie stumbles on a dead body of a girl who has been bitten on the neck, and life suddenly imitates art in the most deadliest of ways. Now Maddie is smack in the middle of a murder investigation involving a deadly dance club and a coven of Hollywood "vampires".
Not to mention navigating the world of baby showers, diaper genies, and Lamaze classes with her LAPD Homicide detective husband who would rather his pregnant wife not continue popping up in his murder investigation. Between the hormones, the homicides, and a flurry of fangs, Maddie and her gang work to track down the deadly truth ... before the killer bites again!
©2011 Gemma Halliday (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
So much fun to read! I laughed my way through the mysteries. I read all of them. How can you not enjoy a girl who uses her Macy's card to try to jimmy a lock (but the card breaks so the police know she was there)..... when she should have used her Neiman's card instead since it was already maxed out. (Poor girl! She found out her father used the same shade of lip gloss that she used!)
The hijinks of these characters continue. Start at the beginning of the series and you won't get lost in their capers and escapades of fun and danger. You listen and find yourself wanting to say Don't do it!!! But who listens...not the characters which make it even more fun to stay in tune.
If you like Stephanie Plumm, Kelsee Melhone, Hannah Swensen, and Bubbles Bablanski you will enjoy these books too
Caroline does a great job and I appreciate her ability to make each voice unique.
Do start at the beginning - there are references to past episodes and when listened/read in order it does make the best sense. Enjoy I think you will enjoy the listen...
Yeah, maybe make it original? Really, not that bad. But after listening to the series one after another, they do get predictable, and a bit boring
No special reaction
Ok, I guess. Heard better
no, not at all
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