Hi, Let me introduce myself.
I’m Katherine Wesley, but everyone calls me Kate. After five years of living in self-imposed exile, I’ve returned to my home town of Twinsburg, Ohio. Okay, I was hiding away because my fiancé jilted me two days before our wedding. He didn’t even have the guts to tell me in person. Oh no, he sent me a note and took off to Las Vegas. I left town shortly after, because I couldn’t stand the looks of pity from everyone. I know everyone said I wasn’t I wasn’t the first and I probably wouldn’t be the last, but that doesn’t help when it happens to you. So I fled and I built a new life for myself. I even opened a very successful flower shop in Clyde, Ohio.
But now I’m back and I’m opening my own florist shop here. Problem is, I heard my ex is back too. Not that I care. I mean seriously, I’m over him. The fact my heart beat a little faster the first time I ran into him didn’t mean a thing. Heck, it flipped twice as hard when I met my client’s brother. Not that I was looking for a guy, believe me, I wasn’t. Good grief I was happy just the way I was. I didn’t have to answer to anyone and no one had to answer to me. Nope, I was quite happy, thank you very much
Life was fine until I visited my Aunt Kate’s grave, well mostly fine. I mean my ex and Emma’s brother seemed to be vying for my attention. I never had that happen before and quite honestly, I could live without it. Talk about uncomfortable. But the florist shop was doing well for just having opened. Emma’s wedding helped that.
So there I was, minding my own business, going to the cemetery and that’s when I found a dead body.
Well let me tell you, life turned upside down, backwards, forwards, and everything in between. Between my ex, Emma’s brother –who had twin daughters I might add, and the dead body, let’s just say life got complicated.
To make matters worse, the twin sister of the victim showed up in town. Well, let’s just say things got real interesting after that.
You’ll have to read Double the Trouble to find out what happened. It’ll be released in March 2011.
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