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So Over My Head

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Newly single, stalked by a killer, and in desperate need of some chic clown shoes--Bella is one skinny mocha frapp away from total meltdown.

When the Fritz Family Carnival makes its annual appearance in Truman, Bella's keen reporter instincts tell her the bright lights hide more than they reveal. Her suspicions are confirmed when one of the stars is murdered. Though the police make an immediate arrest, Bella doubts this case is quite that simple.

She needs her crime-solving boyfriend, Luke, more than ever. Problem is, his ex-girlfriend has moved back to town, giving Bella some murderous thoughts of her own. Then again, there's no time for a relationship crisis when Bella's doing her best to derail her father's wedding and stay one step ahead of a killer.

Is God sending her a message in all of this madness? With a murderer on the loose and her boyfriend's ex on the prowl, this undercover clown has never had more to juggle--or more to risk.

Reading Guides

Reading Group Guide

  1. What do you think the title means?
  2. After Luke's ex-girlfriend returned to Truman High, Bella didn't handle it very well. What would you have done in her situation?
  3. In a carnival or circus, things are often not what they seem. Where else was this true in the book?
  4. What's some advice you'd give to a friend who's struggling with a parent's remarriage? What would God want her to know?
  5. When Jake gets his dream job as a pro wrestler, things didn't quite turn out like he or the family thought. How so? Describe a time when getting what you wanted wasn't quite all you thought it would be.
  6. Bella ultimately forgives Hunter, her cheating ex-boyfriend, and resumes a friendship with him. Was this the right thing to do or should she have stayed away from him?
  7. Communicating in families is often hard. Why do you think Bella's dad wouldn't listen to her warnings about Christina? Why do parents sometimes not "hear" you?
  8. If God sat down and had coffee with Bella, what would he tell her she needed to work on?
  9. How has Bella and Budge's relationship grown?
  10. What tips would you give Bella's dad for repairing his relationship with his daughter? Where would he even start?
  11. 1 Corinthians 1:9 promises us that God is faithful. In what ways do you see this in the book? Where have you seen this in your own life?

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So Over My Head, Jenny B. Jones
  • So Over My Head, Jenny B. Jones

Details

Newly single, stalked by a killer, and in desperate need of some chic clown shoes--Bella is one skinny mocha frapp away from total meltdown.

When the Fritz Family Carnival makes its annual appearance in Truman, Bella's keen reporter instincts tell her the bright lights hide more than they reveal. Her suspicions are confirmed when one of the stars is murdered. Though the police make an immediate arrest, Bella doubts this case is quite that simple.

She needs her crime-solving boyfriend, Luke, more than ever. Problem is, his ex-girlfriend has moved back to town, giving Bella some murderous thoughts of her own. Then again, there's no time for a relationship crisis when Bella's doing her best to derail her father's wedding and stay one step ahead of a killer.

Is God sending her a message in all of this madness? With a murderer on the loose and her boyfriend's ex on the prowl, this undercover clown has never had more to juggle--or more to risk.

More Information

Length 336 Pages
Series The Charmed Life
Publication Date May 4, 2010
Company
  • Thomas Nelson
ISBN-10 1595545433
ISBN-13 9781595545435
Height 8.1"
Width 5.4"