Adverse Possession by Jenna Bennett is the 11th book in the “Savannah Martin” mystery series. Publisher: Magpie Ink, December 2015
Savannah Martin’s real estate career has been an uphill battle. As far as Savannah is concerned, her personal zenith was getting Aislynn Turner and Kylie Mitchell into their dream home, a Victorian cottage in the hip and happening historic district of East Nashville, last January.
That was six months ago, and now the dream has turned sour. Someone is sending Aislynn and Kylie threatening letters, warning them to get out while they can. Aislynn is terrified and Kylie is ready to cut her losses.
But finding a poison pen is only the beginning. When Kylie is attacked and the previous owner of the house is killed, the hunt is on for a murderer, and Savannah is determined to get to the bottom of what’s going on before Aislynn and Kylie have to give up their dream home, and maybe each other, in the process.
I just love this series and the more I read, the more I fall in love with Savannah Martin Collier who simply has a big heart. This was a great read that kept me engaged from beginning to end. When her friends are threatened, Savannah does what she does best and that is get down to the bottom of this mystery. It’s the relationship that keeps drawing me to this series and I looked to 4 months from now when baby Collier is born. A great read by a great author.