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When Mercedes decides to help move things along by organizing a protest for justice in front of the local government offices, things go from bad to worse as one by one, all of the protesters become targets of vandals.
After the vandals ramp up the attacks, the mother and daughter duo vow to fight back despite having their hands full with an obnoxious tenant who could quite possibly cause Carlita to commit a crime of her own!
Will they discover who are behind the attacks and stop them before someone gets hurt, or will their dreams in Savannah become the stuff nightmares are made of?
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By Lauren Dottin on 07-09-17
Justice is Served
I just finished listening to Justice amin Savannah and I love it!!! Carlita and Mercede's have started to rent out apartments and one of the new tenants will definitely drive you up the wall. However we will have to put her, Elvira, on the back burner because Carlita is having a hard time getting her business license from the town. If that's not bad, everyone in the Square has been dealing with some form of vandalism.
Carlita and Mercedes will not stand for it, so with the help of her new found friends, they will sure get to the bottom of what's going on!!!
What I enjoyed about this book was the fact that it had NOTHING to do with a murder but another crime that is just as bad, but in a different way. As always Valarie did a great job but what I enjoyed most was the voice of a little girl that Valarie did. It was the cutest voice ever!!!!
Another great book by Hope Callaghan. I can't wait to hear more 😉.
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By Melissa and Josh on 04-06-18
Another great story in this series!
I loved this series. It was a fast-paced, cute, entertaining story. Of course, as I've said in my previous reviews for this series, I've listened to the audiobook versions and love Valerie Gilbert. She's a great narrator!
I did have two questions though:
1. Prior to Elvira getting the approval to move in, how was she able to get the power and water put in her name? Especially without having a copy of the rental agreement for the power/water companies which you typically need?
2. I never understood why Carlita thought the little girl (forgot her name) screaming the one night was that big of a deal? The first question that seemed to pop into her head had her wondering if the child was being abused by her mother.
Other than that, I can't wait to listen to book 4. :D
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