In DYING TO REMEMBER, Jennifer is dragged to her high school reunion by her good friend Leigh Ann. But high school holds nothing but bad memories for Jennifer. Twelve years ago on prom night, classmate Jimmy Mitchell vanished, and her high school beau, Danny Buckner, humiliated her by disappearing in the middle of their date. Now he's begging for her help, only he won't live long enough to tell her why he needs it. Old mysteries surface and new dangers arise as Jennifer tries to solve two murders, one from the past and one from the present.
In DYING TO BE MURDERED, Jennifer has been hired to record the last days of rich society matron Mary Ashton's life. Mary's convinced someone is going to murder her, and that there’s nothing she can do to stop it. She makes Jennifer promise that she won't let her murderer get away with it. Jennifer doesn't believe her until Mary winds up dead. Family secrets and grudges, mysterious deaths, and ghostly lights that move about the Ashton Mansion lead to a mystery fraught with danger and intrigue.
In DYING TO GET HER MAN, Suzanne Gray dresses herself in white, ties a blue ribbon in her hair, gathers a bouquet of white roses, types a suicide note, lies down on her lover’s grave on the coldest day in Macon, Georgia’s recent history, and freezes to death. Or does she? Is it suicide? Is it murder? Jennifer is determined to find out even as Sam seems determined to ask Jennifer to marry him—at least until his old college flame shows up.
Jennifer’s writers’ group is back in each volume to offer their questionable help as they continue their journey toward getting published. Jennifer’s reporter boyfriend Sam is there, as well, to lend his assistance. And Jennifer's faithful greyhound, Muffy, offers plenty of love and support.