Pawprints & Predicaments (Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery #3) by Bethany Blake

Pawprints & Predicaments (Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery #3)

The Tail Waggin' Winterfest is the highlight of the season in the famously pet-friendly Pocono Mountains town of Sylvan Creek. But despite attractions like an ice sculpture display, a dogsled race, and gourmet hot chocolate, Daphne Templeton finds herself annoyed by TV producer Lauren Savidge, who's filming the festivities. She's critical, controlling, and as chilly as the January air. Daphne would like to tell her to go jump in a lake--and as a ...


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TitlePawprints & Predicaments (Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery #3)
ISBN9781496707420
Author
Release DateFeb 27th, 2018
PublisherKensington Publishing Corporation
GenreMystery, Cozy Mystery
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Reviews Pawprints & Predicaments (Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery #3)

  • LORI CASWELL
    1970-01-01
    Dollycas’s ThoughtsSylvan Creek is being touted as a pet-friendly destination and there is television crew in town to film their Tail Waggin’ Winterfest. Locals are hoping the exposure will bring more tourists to the town. Petsitter Daphne Templeton is trying to get her new pet bakery open and included in the production but contractors are hard to come by due to another huge home renovation. So right now she is concentrating on Winterfest and...
  • Karen
    1970-01-01
    I just finished Pawprints & Predicaments by Bethany Blake. This is a series I really like because the main character is one of the most unique and oddly optimistic characters I have ever encountered. She is relatable, not predictable and quite unassuming. She has wonderful instincts that are important in any great cozy but there is just something about her I cannot quite put my finger on that I just really like. This story was a great one and I l...
  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints and Predicaments is full of humor, delightful pets (especially the dogs) and a great plot!You will find yourself chuckling often throughout this read. At the vivid personalities that Bethany Blake gives the animals (Artie the one-eared Chihuahua and Socrates the basset hound slay me). At Daphne’s eccentrically endearing personality (she was banned from Kenya & accidentally took Krav Maga classes in Israel). And just at the witty way i...
  • Darinda
    1970-01-01
    Daphne, and other locals in Sylvan Creek, are not too happy with Lauren, a TV producer. Lauren is working on a show that features the pet-friendly town, but she is harsh and controlling. At the Winterfest's first-ever polar bear plunge, Lauren is killed. Amateur sleuth Daphne sets out to find who killed Lauren.The 3rd book in the Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery series. I have not read the previous two books, but I enjoyed this book and will keep an...
  • Betty
    1970-01-01
    Daphne Templeton is again surrounded by an animal in Sylvan Creek. Her plans to open a pet bakery are moving slowly. The Tail Wagging Winterfest has started and Daphne plans on taking part in the Polar Bear Plunge into the lake that is poorly organized. A St Bernard appears out of nowhere and pulls an unconscious person from the chaos that occurred when the group jumped into the freezing water. The dog quickly disappeared. The dead person turns o...
  • Mary Brown
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints and PredicamentsLucky Paws Petsitting Mystery, Book #3Bethany Blake 5 StarsSynopsis:The Tail Waggin' Winterfest is the highlight of the season in the famously pet-friendly Pocono Mountains town of Sylvan Creek. But despite attractions like an ice sculpture display, a dogsled race, and gourmet hot chocolate, Daphne Templeton finds herself annoyed by TV producer Lauren Savidge, who's filming the festivities. She's critical, controlling, a...
  • Lisa Morin
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints & Predicaments (Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery #3) by Bethany Blake is just as fantastic as I hoped.Daphne is a great protagonist, she is fun, carefree and her willingness to help animals and friends is a plus.It's time for The Tail Waggin’ Winterfest in the famously pet-friendly Pocono Mountains town of Sylvan Creek. This event should be a blast, but TV producer Lauren Savidge is really putting a damper on the activities. She is rude ...
  • Kirsti
    1970-01-01
    As always, Bethany Blake takes us on a fun, rollicking ride with the third in the Lucky Paws petsitting mystery series. The action never stops, and if you can guess the murderer than you're a better sleuth than me. Everything leads up to it, but I was so in the dark it wasn't funny. Speaking of funny, the humour in this series is a real draw card; I can't count the amount of times I laughed or smiled while reading! It's always a plus to involve a...
  • Patty
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints & Predicaments by Bethany Blake is the 3rd book in the Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery series, and another great addition. Daphne Templeton keeps busy with her pet sitting business, Lucky Paws and getting ready to open her pet bakery, Flour Power. To kick off the annual Sylvan Creek Tail Waggin Winterfest, Daphne participates in the Polar Bear Plunge, where she finds a body and almost drowns. This book has more twists and turns, that kept...
  • Barb (Boxermommyreads)
    1970-01-01
    So once again we are thrown into the pet-loving town of Sylvan Creek and if there was ever a place for me and the boys to take up a new residence, it would definitely be the place. This town LOVES its pets and has all kinds of events and businesses which cater to them. "Pawprints & Predicaments" picks up right after the Halloween Pet Parade and at the very beginning of the Tail Waggin' Winterfest. However, a big-time TV producer is still working ...
  • Nicole
    1970-01-01
    In Pawprints & Predicaments, Daphne Templeton certainly has her hands full with the impending opening of her pet bakery, Flour Power, and running her pet sitting service, Lucky Paws. When a murder occurs during the Polar Bear Plunge that's kicking off the Annual Sylvan Creek Tail Waggin' Winterfest, she needs to solve it quickly so that she can get back to business. Enter a ghostly and legendary St. Bernard, mysterious Detective Jonathan Black, a...
  • K.A. Davis
    1970-01-01
    While I love to read and read quite voraciously, certain stressful situations make it difficult for me to concentrate so I typically don’t even try to pick up a book… such as flights and having the flu with a fever. One year ago when Bethany Blake released her first book in the Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery series, I just happened to start reading it shortly before I boarded a flight. Imagine my amazement when I continued reading throughout t...
  • Linda
    1970-01-01
    Fun cozy with a lively plot. Lots of humor! I enjoy revisiting the characters in this series. The cast of animal characters is one of my favorites! I highly recommend the Lucky Paws Petsitting Mysteries.
  • Cheryl
    1970-01-01
    This book just seemed to drag. The winterfest is going on and they are having a polar bear plunge for the first time. Daphne is taking part and upset at Lauren a Tv Producer who is bossy and trying to take over. Then Daphne finds Lauren's body during the plunge and she has to figure out who killed Lauren and why.
  • Marie McNary
    1970-01-01
    Come and spend some time with the ladies of Sylvan Creek. Daphne, her sister Piper, and her best friend Maxie are all such fun and diverse personalities I love seeing what they are all up to. This book doesn’t disappoint and is a lot of fun. I highly recommend this series for cozy mystery fans.Sub Topics:Small town, pet loving; especially dogs, female small business ownerCan You Start The Series in the Middle?You can, but each installment endea...
  • Toni (T.C.) LoTempio
    1970-01-01
    This was a good mystery which held my interest, although i have to admit the murderer did come a bit out of left field. An engaging series.
  • Carla Johnson-Hicks
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints & Predicaments by Bethany Blake was a fun story filled with animals, friends, and one of the most philosophical characters I have come across in a cozy series. Daphne Templeton holds a PHD in philosophy, but runs a pet-sitting business and is getting ready to open a pet bakery. She lives in the town of Sylvan Creek, known as one of the most pet loving towns. When a television crew descends on the town, their plan is to make a show that ...
  • RO G'ma
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints & Predicaments is the third book in Bethany Blake’s Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery series. The storyline is well plotted and the characters are well developed and affable. This is an enjoyable, clean read, with an interesting mystery and touches of humor. The book held my attention from the beginning until the end and the final reveal was shocking. I highly recommend this delightful series to cozy mystery fans.Daphne Templeton is the o...
  • Kelly
    1970-01-01
    **I voluntarily read this ARC**Could someone please make the Tail Waggin' Winterfest real? Minus the murder, it sounds like a wonderful festival, and it is a beautiful setting for the mystery. There are some amazingly quirky characters and pets. I found the mystery to be a bit surprising.
  • Yvonne Taylor
    1970-01-01
    Love this series!! Very hard to put down. Awesome characters. Look forward to reading much more by this author.
  • Jessica Robbins
    1970-01-01
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  • Lola
    1970-01-01
    I received a free copy from the publisher through Netgalley and voluntarily reviewed it.This series is so much fun and I excitedly started this third book in this series. It was a joy to return to this pet friendly town and follow Daphne as she solves yet another murder. There are secrets that come to light, new things we learn about characters and ofcourse lots of pets.The mystery in this one was a good one. It kept me guessing. At first I wasn'...
  • Brenda
    1970-01-01
    Pawprints & Predicaments is the third installment in the Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery series set in Sylvan Creek, a small town set in the heart of the Pocono Mountains. Daphne Templeton is quite content with her Lucky Paws pet sitting service but knows she needs to get her pet friendly bakery, Flour Power open for business.The annual Tail Waggin' Winterfest has undergone a few changes this year, and a new feature is the Polar Plunge. Daphne mist...
  • FangirlNation
    1970-01-01
    As Pawprints and Predicaments by Bethany Blake opens, the small town of Sylvan Creek in the Poconos is having its popular Tail-Waggin' Winterfest. The event features charity fundraisers and tours of Bear Tooth Forest, including the local legend of the Lake Wallapawakee St. Bernard, a ghost dog who lives in the forest. But the highlight this year is a polar bear plunge in the lake, an event in which Daphne Templeton, pet sitter, has agreed to take...
  • Lynn
    1970-01-01
    Once again, another entertaining, fun filled, dog-gone good, who-dun-it! I took awhile to finish this story because I just wasn't ready to end my visit to Sylvan Creek or my visit with Socrates, Artie, and Detective Black... and of course our protagonist, Daphne and family! I love the interactions between the characters and and the fun traditions of their town. When a visiting film crew member shows up dead at the local polar plunge, the story be...
  • Ann
    1970-01-01
    I enjoy this series, Lucky Paws Petsitting series. This is book 3 and Daphne and her friends are enjoying their winter in the Poconos getting ready for the Tail Waggin' Winterfest. With a tv crew in Sylvan Creek to film the festivities and highlight the Polar Bear plunge some people are not happy with the direction of the festivities. When the producer is murdered the locals don't want the bad publicity and Daphne and her police nemesis are back ...
  • Margaret
    1970-01-01
    This is a great cozy mystery! Not one, but two murders, two possible love interests, close friend and family for support, and a cast of eccentric suspects to keep you guessing. All set in a small town that loves their pets, especially the canines. What's not to love? This is the first story I have read from this author, and is the third book in a series. I didn't notice anything missing and was able to follow the story without issue, so I would s...
  • Kate
    1970-01-01
    Daphne takes part in a town sponsored Polar Bear Plunge in the local lake during a winter festival. When a St. Bernard pulls a dead body out of the icy lake it is identified as a television producer with a lot of enemies. Daphne gets involved in finding the murderer and along the way there are lots of animals, a fun and cozy winter setting and a lot of surprises. Recommended!Thank you to the publisher for the free advance copy!
  • Rima Aiello
    1970-01-01
    I love a good mystery with animals and this story delivers in spades! I love that the main character at times is so endearing and delightfully clueless. You could almost read each installment in this series as a stand alone and not really get lost which is a definite bonus. The character development progressed nicely, the mystery well written and complex. A satisfyingly good read.
  • Kate
    1970-01-01
    A cute cozy! This was my first intro to the series, but even though I started with book 3, it wasn't hard to catch up. Loved the town and the pets (and I will definitely make some of the pet treats for my dog and cats). The winter setting had me longing for snow!