|About the Book|
As the owner of Maid for a Day, Charlotte LaRue has learned that behind closed doors, everyones dirty laundry holds a few dark secrets--and in the end, they all come out in the wash. . .The city of New Orleans has long been a favorite backdrop forMoreAs the owner of Maid for a Day, Charlotte LaRue has learned that behind closed doors, everyones dirty laundry holds a few dark secrets--and in the end, they all come out in the wash. . .The city of New Orleans has long been a favorite backdrop for movie producers, and now one of Charlottes best clients, Bitsy Duhe, is getting in on the action. A big Hollywood studio wants to use Bitsys gorgeous Victorian house for a movie shoot and they are willing to pay her handsomely for the honor. Bitsy consents, but only after Charlotte agrees to take care of her beloved home during the shoot and keep the place spotless as only Charlotte can.For Charlotte, the assignment is an exciting change of pace. On the first day, she meets the whole cast and crew, including one of Hollywoods hottest ingénues, Angel Martinique. But Charlotte quickly discovers that Angels G-rated reputation is nothing like her off-camera, diva-like behavior. Angel, it turns out, is no angel at all. . .Once the shoot begins, Charlotte has a front row seat to all the back stage drama: the director who wants to control his favorite starlets every move. . . the make-up artist whose talents with cosmetics cant hide the mysterious bruises on her face. . . the bodyguard who is clashing with everyone on the set. . .. and Angels seemingly mild-mannered friend, Nick, whose shy demeanor hides a far more menacing side. . .Despite all the tension, the movie seems to be going well--until Nick is found dead in Angels dressing room, a bloody letter opener lying just a few feet away. To Charlotte, it seems there is no shortage of suspects. But when the police investigation quickly zeros in on Angel, Charlotte senses theres much more to her story than meets the eye. As Charlotte does a little digging into Angels past, she comes up with a bit more dirt than she bargained for--enough to put her in the crosshairs of danger if she doesnt watch her step. . .