Sugar And Spice And Not So Nice [NOOK Book]

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Mellow Summers just wanted to go to college and get her film degree. She moved into a furnished apartment with her friend Jackie only to find that it already had a tenant: the ghost of a girl who was murdered a year earlier. Now it is up to Mellow to not only discover who the murderer is, but to prove it as well.

With the help of the ghost Rachel, Mellow sets out to solve the year old mystery. She soon finds out that she may have taken on ...
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Sugar And Spice And Not So Nice

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Overview

Mellow Summers just wanted to go to college and get her film degree. She moved into a furnished apartment with her friend Jackie only to find that it already had a tenant: the ghost of a girl who was murdered a year earlier. Now it is up to Mellow to not only discover who the murderer is, but to prove it as well.

With the help of the ghost Rachel, Mellow sets out to solve the year old mystery. She soon finds out that she may have taken on more than she can handle. Pursued by someone who wants the identity of the killer to remain a secret, Mellow will have to use all her resources to outwit him and help the spirit of Rachel move on.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014057141
  • Publisher: Janet McNulty
  • Publication date: 1/26/2012
  • Series: The Mellow Summers Series, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 117
  • Sales rank: 1,241,201
  • File size: 70 KB

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  • Posted November 9, 2013

    This book is really intriguing. I was sucked while reading the

    This book is really intriguing. I was sucked while reading the Nook sample. Read it, you won't regret it!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2012

    This book is a quick, easy read. It's an entertaining story that

    This book is a quick, easy read. It's an entertaining story that moves along at a quick pace--sometimes too quick of a pace for me. Some ideas and events were not fleshed out to their greatest potential.

    The book also suffers from typos and inconsistencies that pulled me out of the story at times. The age of the main character is an odd choice, and, unfortunately, she acts much younger at least half the time. Not wanting to give away any plot spoilers, I will only mention that the characters' dull reaction to the realization of ghosts is less than believable. There was also more "tell" than "show" for me, but the book has potential to be a great story.

    The book is a fun idea, and the characters are entertaining. It's not a difficult read, and it is full of action, so if you're looking for something quick, this is a good choice.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 27, 2012

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    I love mystery stories and this one was a nice twist with parano

    I love mystery stories and this one was a nice twist with paranomal elements. The author did a great job with this story. In this book we meet Mellow who is just another college student. She soon learns that with moving into her new apartment she gets to much more. Mellow learns the ghost of the girl that used to live in her apartment is still there.



    Mellow and Rachel get along pretty well to say one of is human and the other one a ghost. Rachel asks Mellow to help her find out who killed her. What ensues is an adventure full of comedic hijinks. I liked that Mellow was an average girl and didn't take herself too seriously. She is like the cool friend you love to have around.



    As Mellow and Rachel continue to put the pieces together it takes Mellow to different places. I liked that she was willingly to get out of her comfort zone. It made for some pretty laugh of loud moments. There were some situations I caught myself just chuckling out loud. The author did a great job with those scenes.



    I overall thought this was a great read. It was a fun liht hearted mystery read. I found myself rooting for Mellow to come out on top. I liked Rachel's character too. She really proved that sometimes you have to be not so nice. I recommend this to readers that want a nice fun read. It will keep you entertained from beginning to end.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2015

    Mediocre.

    Poorly written kid's stuff.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2015

    Good book

    86 pages and I bought the next one already! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2014

    Books

    Liked the first one so well that i bought the rest of the mellow summers books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2014

    This book was wonderful. Mellow is a fascinating character. Pl

    This book was wonderful. Mellow is a fascinating character. Plus she can see and talk to ghosts and investigate crime. Her friend Jackie is a little wild and fun and balance well against Mellow. Even the ghost Rachael is mufti-faceted. I be reading more of this series. It was a well written and interesting read. I highly recommend it. Especially if you like strong female characters.

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  • Posted June 20, 2012

    Mellow Summers or Mel to her friends is twenty-six years old att

    Mellow Summers or Mel to her friends is twenty-six years old attending college in Vermont. Her best friend Jackie has come along as Mel's support system. Mel never believed in ghosts that is until she met Rachel. Rachel was murdered a year ago and she's been trying to get someone to help her solve her murder. Mel reluctantly agrees to help Rachel find her murderer but needs Rachel to tell her what happened that night. Rachel remembers very few details about that night. Mel meets Greg in her video editing class and learns more about Rachel from him. Greg asks Mel out and she agrees to go. Jackie and Mel both work at the Candle Shoppe not far from their apartment on Alamont Street. Jackie is wondering what is going on with Mel because she appears not to be acting like herself since moving to Vermont. Jackie wants answers which Mel is not sure how to give. Their apartment has been broken into yet nothing was taken. Mel's video editing class Professor Vincent makes Mel very nervous and uncomfortable. Rachel is pressuring Mel to work on finding her murderer but with classes, work, and studying there hasn't been much time for her to do so. Mel learns that Detective Reiss was assigned to Rachel's case but thought Rachel's boyfriend Tom killed her yet without proof could not be arrested. Can Mel help find Rachel's murderer? What is Professor Vincent hiding? Why was Detective Reiss sure of Tom's guilt? Who did murder Rachel? Will Mel listen to Rachel? Your answers await you in Sugar and Spice and Not So Nice.

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