I Love You To Death

I Love You To Death

by Amy Garvey
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I Love You to Death 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
¿My Love Life is Killing Me¿. With the ink not quite dry on her divorce papers, Alex looks forward to dating again, but is not sure how to take the dive. Her best friend comes through arranging a blind date. Things initially seem okay until her date dies in the men¿s room with undercover private investigator John looking into what happened. Alex wants to team up with John, but he wants to form a personal relationship only as he does not want Alex to get hurt. --- ¿Dial M for Mortified¿. With her coffeehouse Sacred Grounds grinding near bankruptcy, Darcy needs a gimmick to get customers to come in once she feels most will return. She throws a ¿blind date night¿ bash that turns into a monster success. At her gala is reporter Noah, who Darcy is attracted to even if he seems more like someone who failed to have his first caffeine fix. However, everything changes when someone adds a homicide to their coffee. --- ¿Dead Men Don¿t Write Checks¿. Elementary school teacher Franny feels she is a chivalrous knight protecting her neighborhood from the developers like the Landry Foundation that bulldoze historical buildings in the name of progress. She decides she must confront the dragon in his lair so she wears her sexiest outfit and crashes the Landry Foundation¿s annual fundraiser to tear down CEO Theo. Shockingly it is attraction at first sight between Theo and Franny until one of the opponents dies during dessert. --- These are three amusing blind date romantic suspense thrillers with homicides to spice up the relationships between the protagonists. Readers will appreciate Amy Garvey¿s fun I LOVE YOU TO DEATH as long as they do not have a blind date on the horizon. --- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lots of romance