Mike’s grumpy voice hovered over Amber’s head like a bat.
He stood, leaning on his knuckles on the mahogany desk that always looked as if it had been delivered the same morning: blank, shiny, with only a phone, two coffee mugs, and a pile of papers on it. The winged beasts fluttering inside her stomach told her that those documents were mostly about her.
Amber Shapiro knows that Mike will rip off her wings if she fails again. Her mission is clear. She has to keep this hunk of a man she just met alive at all cost. And she would enjoy every minute of her trip down to Earth.
That is… unless Mr. Hunk suspects her of killing his aunt.
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Amber Thorne is no Southern Belle. She’s sassy, curvy and clumsy.
When her father gives her an ultimatum — get a job or marry someone — she really only has one option:
To find work in one of the many saloons on the main street in the little Texan village.
Once again, her clumsiness gets her in trouble, and she finds herself forced to reluctantly agree to model half-nude for the good-looking and talented young artist, Joe Knight.
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Megan Davis, a small-town hairdresser, takes pride in always having a good-looking salon, even when it's closed.
The black marble floor and the spotlights above it reminds her of walking at the beach at night, watching the stars twinkle above her.
She looks forward to meeting her new cop friend, Officer Zachary Jones, in a few minutes.
If only she hadn't lost her favorite pair of scissors...
And if only Zac hadn't found a pair of scissors on the beach...solidly planted in the chest of a dead body.
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Megan Davis, a small-town hairdresser, loves jogging in the nearby park in the morning and solving murder mysteries in her “Mystery Book Club” in the evening.
On her morning run, she bumps into one of her customers at the park. Megan is surprised to see the elderly blue-haired lady out this early.
But when she greets the woman, surprise turns into shock.
Not only is the woman dead. Her face is covered in blue dye.
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