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Jenna McGovern, the newest resident of Blueberry Lake, is finding it hard to escape her past. When a movie production begins filming on Main Street, she’s more than a little disgruntled to discover her ex-boyfriend is the producer. But she’s even more disgruntled to find he’s the primary suspect in an attempted murder case.

Jenna’s got a host of other problems to worry about, like making her first trip to the Mall of America and getting her grandmother’s derelict greenhouse up and running, but when her ex-boyfriend begs her for help, she can’t seem to stay away from the case. After all, there’s a murderer running loose in Blueberry Lake, and if Jenna doesn’t call cut fast enough, she could be next.

©2021 Gina LaManna (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • 08-13-21

Third time NOT A Charm!

Well, I think that this series has run its course for me. The development of the lead character is going in the wrong direction - she seems to be getting younger and younger into teenage (in every single way)!

The storylines are childish and predictable. The chief of police is obviously inept and Jenna can ONLY catch the perpetrator by being the target! It’s getting tired. It’s a tired ‘Damsel in distress’ solution of being saved. So she never solves the crime, the offender always feels the need to silence her. I’ve come to the stage when I’m wishing that the perp actually does it!

I won’t be continuing with this series, it’s 2 books too many <sigh>.

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  • 06-14-21

love these

Gina is such a fabulous writer I think these are up there with some of my favourite books. I hope there's more to come