Monday, September 22, 2008

145. Tutu Deadly by Natalie M. Roberts

About the book

Meet the dance instructor who puts criminals behind bars.
Meet Jenny T. Partridge, founder of Ogden, Utah's premier school for budding prima-and not-so-prima-ballerinas. For Jenny, dealing with difficult stage mothers is business as usual...until murder cuts in.
When the obnoxious mother of Jenny's most talented student meets her maker-courtesy of poisoned cookie dough purchased through the Academy's fund-raiser-Jenny must dance as fast as she can to clear her name.

I am not sure yet how I feel about this new series. I enjoyed the dance part and the crazy moms. There are parts of the book that I found to hard to believe. I am sure at some point I will read the second one in the series. I think I have to give Jenny a second chance before I call it quits.


Kris said...

I know others who loved this book, so glad to read a different review. It's one I have had on my wish list for awhile, so whenever I get it I won't be expecting to love it, which means, I'll probably like it better than I would have. haha!

Heidi said...

I am going to give the second one a try. I also know people that love this series. So I feel like I am missing something.