May 5, 2021

Which is more important or are they interrelated?

With nowhere to run and nowhere to hide, what can she do to survive?

The MISSION changed. Her COVER is blown.
In Blue Lady's MISSION under FIRE, Angelica Mason (aka,The Blue Lady) along with her faithful sidekick Jonathan C. Jarewski, face new challenges and stare down old demons.

When Angelica is fired by her ex-boss, Mayor of her home town Smoothville, Georgia, she eagerly accepts her mentor's offer to serve as his project manager on a controversial federally funded demonstration project.

Angelica confronts her first challenge on Day 1 when she arrives in Washington, D.C. and learns that the feds cut the funding for her promised position. She is now one of six hand-picked street organizers who will be working uncover in Upstate New York.

When smooth talking private investigator Dez Cooke makes himself quite at home in the first project team meeting and knows more about the planned project than she does, Angelica realizes she is face to face with challenge number two.

By the end of the first official briefing session, Angelica learns that a new murder case has been added to the growing list of homicides in the upstate community. This time, two teenagers are killed. Instead of celebrating the 4th of July, another community vigil is held to celebrate the dead. Challenge three.

Community leaders call another meeting. But no one has any answers. Challenge four.

It starts with a round of tequila shots and a hip swiveling line dance. Did Angelica hear the shots before she felt the shove? Was it an accident? Or was she the target?

Amazon Review: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

This is a wonderful addition to The Blue Lady series. An action and adventure story that is both poignant and humorous, filled with the characters that we’ve come to know and love, and an unexpected twist or two along the way. Highly recommended.

Amazon Review: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Blue Lady's DÉJÀ VU on the SEAS is an emotional story of what happens when one woman is locked in fear and needs closure to move on. It’s a theme anyone can relate to and identify with.