Party Crashers by Stephanie Bond
(humorous romantic mystery)

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No invitation, no alibi…

Jolie Goodman is a perennial good girl—which is how she wound up selling shoes at Neiman Marcus during the holiday season: She walked out on her brokerage job because her boss asked her to do something unethical. Now she’s trying to start her own brokerage firm in Atlanta at the worst possible time. Also pressing on her mind is the fact that her boyfriend of the last few months is missing…along with her car. With problems piling on, she manages to make a new friend at work, but too late she realizes her gal pal Carlotta Wren is a serial party crasher—which is fun…at first. But no one’s laughing when a body turns up at an upscale party they’ve crashed and they’re the only people who weren’t supposed to be there! Jolie vows she’ll never crash another party…if she gets out of this mess alive.


“PARTY CRASHERS is a fun, stand-out example of the romantic suspense genre.” –Book Loons

“This is one of Stephanie Bond’s best books to date, and her narrative sizzles with just the right blend of senuality, mystery, and humor. There should be a notice on her books: For a really GOOD time, read Stephanie Bond!” –AOL Romance Fiction Forum

“For a book that will keep you guessing until the finish, be sure not to miss PARTY CRASHERS.” –Romance Reviews Today

“Ms. Bond has created an amusing romantic suspense. Her characters are lively, creative and daring, and the plot moves smoothly and quickly. Soon you find yourself laughing while also worrying for Jolie’s safety. A truly enjoyable read.” –The Best Reviews

"Suspense, mystery and some humor successfully blend in this intriguing romance." –Romantic Times Book Reviews

"Bond lays on the laughs with such enthusiasm that “comic suspense” might be a better description [of the book]." –Publishers Weekly

About Stephanie Bond

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Published November 6, 2011 by NeedtoRead Books. 359 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jolie's prince eventually does appear, in the form of hunky media empire heir Beck Underwood, satisfying the book's "romantic suspense" label, but as Jolie stumbles from one near disaster to another, Bond (Kill the Competition , etc.) lays on the laughs with such enthusiasm that "comic suspense" ...

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(They tape the shoe bottoms and keep the clothing tags on.) And, unfortunately, within days of starting her job, Jolie - with only a token "it's not honest" protest - is quickly persuaded to do the same.

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