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Marissa Kincaid has a gift for dating the terminally unfaithful. After she finds her latest boyfriend lip-locked to another man, she decides to strike back by creating TheGuyCheats.com, a virtual Wanted poster for serial cheaters. Soon Marissa is spending almost all her time getting even—instead of getting a guy.
Enter Trenton Jackson, Marissa’s first crush from way back. Now Atlanta’s golden boy publisher, Trent is falling for the feisty siren Marissa has become and he’s determined to prove that he knows how to be true. But with Marissa afraid to ever trust a man again, Trent will have to do a lot of teasing, squeezing, and pleasing… before he can kiss away her fears and open her heart to love.
Reviews for How To Catch a Cheat
St. John’s playful tale of love and money will appeal to readers who enjoy the sexy, sassy stories of Lori Foster and Sandra Hill. — Shelley Mosley, Booklist
This is great fun and I whole-heartedly recommend this sexy, terrific story. Better than other Chick Lit. Enjoy! — Donna Doyle, Romance Reviews Magazine
Readers will root for the heroine to finally catch her cheat. — Harriet Klausner, Book Crossing (www.bookcrossing.com)
Kelley St. John’s previous experience as a senior writer at NASA fueled her interest in writing action-packed suspense, although she also enjoys penning steamy romances and quirky women’s fiction. Since 2000, St. John has obtained over fifty writing awards, including the National Readers’ Choice Award, and was elected to the Board of Directors for Romance Writers of America. She currently writes for Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Forever) and Harlequin Blaze. Three additional books in Kelley’s The Sexth Sense series for Harlequin Blaze are upcoming.
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