Pointe and Shoot

Pointe and Shoot Keeping readers on their toes the new Jenny T Partridge dance mystery Studio owner Jenny needs her girls to win the Ultimate Dancer Championship and the prize money to expand her business But first sh

  • Title: Pointe and Shoot
  • Author: Natalie M. Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780425221280
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • Keeping readers on their toes the new Jenny T Partridge dance mystery Studio owner Jenny needs her girls to win the Ultimate Dancer Championship and the prize money to expand her business But first she ll have to do some fancy footwork to stay alive.

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    1. Out of all three books I think that this is my favorite so far I hope there will be many more to come. Even though I was upset with James at the end interrupting Tate & Jenny's dinner the way he did. I love the chemistry between Tate & Jenny (Do I hear wedding bells in their future?) I was left wanting more.

    2. Book 3 in the Jenny T. Partridge Dance Mysteries.How does Jenny get herself into these life threatening situations? She is preparing her students for a big dance competition and battling the usual psycho dance moms. Life gets interesting when a "gorilla" ends up dead, she moves in with her hunky boyfriend Tate and there is that dang silver Hummer that keeps trying to take her down. If that wasn't enough, she is trying to be a good support system and help her friend Marlys find out why her husban [...]

    3. This premise is all kinds of wacked out; come on, you can't deny it. Come on, a dance teacher-cum-detective-come-potential-murder-victim? Please don't tell me I'm the only one to see the potential lulz here! All this meant I had to read it. Ballet? HOORAY. Dance as a main plot point? HOORAY HOORAY. Potential hysterical lulz to be had? HOORAY HOORAY HOORAY!Anyway, I didn't find any of the characters exactly likable, and all things considered, the plot was fairly easy to poke holes through. But be [...]

    4. A new-to-me author with a good cozy mystery. The main character is a somewhat ditzy dance teacher (think ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop not ballroom) whose boyfriend is a police detective. Someone wants her dance studio closed down and they won't stop at killing her to do it. Is it one of her psycho dance moms, one of the assistant dance instructors, or a stranger? A somewhat surprising ending wraps it all up nicely.

    5. The third in the Jenny T. Partridge dance mystey series, this is an entertaining and enjoyable entry. Jenny is preparing her students for an important dance competition, when once again she is being targeted by a mystery person driving a silver Hummer, hounded by psycho dance mothers, and disliked by her boyfriend Tate's sister. Suspects abound, but so do the good guys, and the story is a satisfying cozy mystery read.

    6. I think you have to work in the dance industry to truly appreciate the humor of these books. But overall they were highly engaging and entertaining. Easily readable in one night. I think she is going to be writing moreI hope so!

    7. I'm not sure why I like this character so much. She's an airhead, but she's fun! This is just not a book to read for it's literary value. Its just a good laugh and there's even a fun mystery. I also get a kick out of the funny Utah Mormon stuff, being a Mormon and all.

    8. Cute cozy series. Was a bit leery of the premise: dance teacher as detective, but Jenny Partridge's life is such a mess, it all makes sense!

    9. I wish there were more books in this series! The author at one time told me that she would be writing another book but that was at least 2 years ago.

    10. This was a great book! I love Jenny and all of the other characters, even the psycho dance moms! I can't wait for the next book in this series.

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