No good deed goes unpunished. That's what Charlie Fox discovers when she agrees to dog-sit for a friend, only to find that the friend's housing complex is being terrorized by violent gangs. Desperate and frightened, the residents have hired a freelance "security" firm, whose bully-boy tactics aren't a whole lot more appealing. With her bike on hand and a big dog by her side, Charlie is more than able to take care of herself, until a ghost comes calling - a ghost from some of Charlie's very bad old days. To save the locals of the Lavender Garden estate (and incidentally, her own skin), Charlie's going to have to learn to trust somebody. That's going to be a tough lesson to learn: Trust has never been her strong suit.
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I very much enjoyed the first book in this series, but the second one left a lot to be desired. I found Charlie to be far less decisive and definitely not as much of a badass as I was hoping her character would develop. Also the entire storyline was just so incredibly predictable. I'll give the third book a try because I really like the first one. But this second one was not good