She's the good twin … until she's coerced by a hunky cop into assuming a new identity as an exotic dancer.
When a straight-laced librarian is forced to help a hot police detective solve a murder, she must pose as her twin sister, who bares it all for a living. She discovers a wild side she never knew she had. But when she catches the eye of the crooked club owner, her lawman must cover her in every way.
Rebecca Morgan is the 'good twin'. She never understood her twin Angie’s wild career choices, until mistaken identity brings detective Jack Delancey to her door in Boise, Idaho with an arrest warrant. To save Angie from jail, Rebecca dons six-inch heels, learns moves like the Crawling Wildcat and discovers a shockingly sensual side she didn’t know existed. Worse, when she dances, it's all for Jack--but will he still want her once he gets his evidence … and she puts her clothes back on?
Jack Delancey will do anything to get the crime boss who murdered his uncle--and was then freed because of Jack's mistake. To restore justice, he needs vital evidence from one of the man's strip club employees. But when she's sidelined by illness, he must persuade her twin to take her place on stage. Just one problem--the sweet librarian tosses his willpower away along with her clothing. And when the pursuit turns deadly, Jack must decide if getting his man is worth exposing his woman to more than stage lights.
|Publisher:||Caileigh Press LLC|
|File size:||414 KB|
About the Author
I was born and raised in Boise, Idaho, nestled in the beautiful Treasure Valley. I’ve never wanted to live anywhere else. We have four distinct seasons, mountains, lakes and deserts.
My sisters and I were close growing up and we all still live in Boise. We keep in constant contact and that family-style love comes out in all my books. Either there is a sister by blood or a sister of the heart in all my stories. I treasure my son and daughter-in-law and couldn’t be prouder of them. I could no more leave out a family connection than I could the romances I put in my novels.
I write romance because I believe in happy endings, whether with a first-time love or a second chance love. An inveterate reader and moviegoer, I like romantic comedies, drama, and adventure themes. I write romantic suspense and contemporary novels, and the occasional paranormal light.
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