Honeymoon for One by Beth Orsoff

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Some of the situations in the book seem a tad improbable, even farcical in places. The romance is more physical than emotional so someone looking for a moving and sentimental love story may wish to look elsewhere...
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Being ditched at the altar is the least of Lizzie Mancini’s problems. Sitting in a Caribbean jail cell accused of murdering her “pretend” husband, however, is at the top of the list.

After her real groom jilts her, Lizzie decides to go solo on their Belize honeymoon and meets handsome Michael Garcia, who is nursing his own heartache. To avoid the bleakness of dining and sightseeing alone, as well as questions from nosy, if well-meaning, fellow guests at the couples-only resort, the two agree to pose as newlyweds for the week—no strings (or sex) attached.

The plan runs smoothly until Lizzie enjoys the attentions of the local scuba instructor and Michael’s body washes ashore. Suddenly the “Mrs.” is mistakenly ID’d as suspect numero uno. With the Polizia Nationale ready to close the case and cook her goose, Lizzie will have to solve the crime herself.

Unexpected romance and international intrigue are center stage in Beth Orsoff’s mystery caper that takes “’til death do us part” to a whole new level.

 

About Beth Orsoff

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A native of New York City, Beth Orsoff has long sought to return to her primordial roots by refusing to live more than an hour's drive from the ocean. She spent her formative years working as a lifeguard, thrilled to be paid to work on her tan, until her parents forced her to get a ?real? job. And so she headed to law school ? conveniently near the beaches of southern California ? and launched a career as an entertainment attorney. Today she lives in Los Angeles, dividing her time and energy between writing fiction and drafting Hollywood contracts.
 
Published September 18, 2012 by Lake Union Publishing. 292 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics, Self Help. Fiction
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Some of the situations in the book seem a tad improbable, even farcical in places. The romance is more physical than emotional so someone looking for a moving and sentimental love story may wish to look elsewhere...

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