Tutu Deadly is the wonderfully delightful misadventures of dance instructor extraordinaire, Jenny T. Partridge.
Jenny T. Partridge has an unreasonable fear of suffocating under the indignant mass of dance mom Emma Andersen, whose daughter isn't center stage quality. In fact, 6-year-old Ella just peed her tights... again. Okay, maybe it's not so unreasonable a fear, and not just of one dance mom. Her most talented student is missing, a dance mom is dead, and dancing instructor Jenny T. Partridge is suspect number one according to Ogden's finest. There is only one short week before the annual Nutcracker. Jenny has no Sugar Plum Fairy, and the nuts are already coming out of the woodwork.
Jenny T. Partridge's life is coming unglued. Between Detective Tate Wilson who wants her in prison orange, an empty pantry, and the person who is trying to kill her Jenny's life is not getting any easier. Natalie Roberts has delved into the world of sweat, toe shoes, and glitter to create the delightfully humorous Tutu Deadly. I promise you'll fall in love with Jenny T. Partridge.
Natalie Robert's writes delightful deadly humor. Her cast of characters and dialogue that will have you smiling, if not laughing out loud, all the way through to the very end, and begging for the sequel. Read it again, it's just as funny twice.
Geez, now I have to wait six months for Tapped Out the next episode of Jenny T. Partridge. But it will be so worth the wait.