Review: Drama Dance

Drama Dance (Nicky and Noah Mystery #8)

 

 

Synopsis:

Theatre professor Nicky Abbondanza is back at Treemeadow College directing their Nutcracker Ballet co-starring his spouse, theatre professor Noah Oliver, their son Taavi, and their best friend and department head, Martin Anderson. With muscular dance students and faculty in the cast, the Christmas tree on stage isn’t the only thing rising.

When cast members drop faster than their loaded dance belts, Nicky and Noah will once again need to use their drama skills to figure out who is cracking the Nutcracker’s nuts, trapping the Mouse King, and being cavalier with the Cavalier, before Nicky and Noah end up stuck in the Land of the Sweets.

You will be applauding and shouting Bravo for Joe Cosentino’s fast-paced, side-splittingly funny, edge-of-your-seat entertaining eighth novel in this delightful series. Take your seats. The curtain is going up on the Fairy—Sugar Plum that is, clumsy mice, malfunctioning toys, and murder!

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Drama Dance is the 8th exciting adventure in the Nicky & Noah Mysteries. Joe Cosentino combines humor, romance, mystery, and the love of theater in this awesome series. Unlike most novels, this one and this series, is one that even the LGBQT community can love. It features gay couples, relationship issues, and a tiny bit of politics. However, I love this series most of all for the theater and humor that Joe Cosentino always manages to create in his books.

In this new release, I was sent straight into the land of The Nutcracker and Christmas. As always, there is so much drama to love! I love how juicy the gossip bits are among the cast and how Nicky and Noah use their skills to find a killer. The suspicious lists of suspects are great. It kept me guessing as the famous duo went about solving the case. Tons of laughter, drama, and spice are loaded into every page. The romance is sizzling and the murder is brewing as in every other book. I highly recommend all readers to check it out this mystery novel.

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