Publication Date: May 2010
In No Time to Die, the drama is deadly. Jenny is going undercover for the summer at the theater camp where her sister, Liza, was murdered just a year earlier. Though Jenny is still grieving the loss of her sister and feels completely out of place on stage, she is determined to discover why Liza was murdered—and more importantly, who killed her. Soon she thinks she hears Liza speaking to her, and suspects someone may be following her. The drama is even more twisted than she thought….
In The Deep End of Fear, Kate thought she was done with daring adventures after her childhood friend Ashley tragically drowned in an icy pond. But when she returns to her childhood home, it all comes flooding back. To stop history from repeating itself, Kate must face the childhood fears that have haunted her for so long….
My thoughts: No Time To Die - I love that these sisters are so opposite but at the same time, Jenny decides to go undercover and risk her life to find out exactly what happened to her sister. In doing so she has to face her fear and get on stage to perform. Good thing she finds a chance at love while she has to face the pain of the past at the same time.
The Dead End of Fear - Kate has come back to a town that her and her family ran from years before. She wants to return something that her father had stolen. And to get in she has to take a job and that job is a nanny/ tutor. She loves this little boy and will do anything to keep him safe. Who is she keeping him safe from? His family...all except his mother who is trying to blame Kate for the trouble. With Sam the hockey players help the figure out the killer or should I say killers!
My rating: 4 stars