Whole Lotta Trouble by Stephanie Bond

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WHOLE LOTTA TROUBLE is a laugh-out-loud romantic mystery!  
             "Deliciously frothy, and small comedic details abound." -Publishers Weekly

Sometimes the best laid plans go sideways . . .

    Three female mystery book editors in Manhattan have personal and professional problems galore--which intersect with one bad-boy agent.  When they set out to humiliate their problematic playboy, their plans go horribly awry.  The women suddenly realize that when it comes to friendship, flirtation and felony, they're in a WHOLE LOTTA TROUBLE!

"A fun plot, a great cast of characters and a small glimpse into the world of publishing."  --The Best Reviews

"Stephanie Bond seems to get so much enjoyment out of writing her stories that the joy spills over to the reader.  If you like a dash of mystery, outlandish situations, great characters, and enjoy laughing, then this is the book for you."  --AOL Romance Fiction Forum

 "An author who has remained on my 'must-buy' list for years."  --Romance Reviews Today

Looking for a good laugh tonight? A little romance?  A little murder?  If so, WHOLE LOTTA TROUBLE will fill the bill!

**Other fun romantic mysteries for you from best-selling author Stephanie Bond:

     GOT YOUR NUMBER--You can run, but your past will always catch up with you...      KILL THE COMPETITION--There's one sure way to get to the top! 
     I THINK I LOVE YOU--A LOL Nancy Drew-style murder mystery for grownups!
     OUR HUSBAND--Hell hath no fury as three women scorned!

About Stephanie Bond

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Stephanie Bond walked away from a corporate career in computer programming to write romantic fiction full time. These days she uses her computer keyboard to produce fast-paced novels with a comedic twist. Stephanie lives with her husband and her laptop in midtown Atlanta.
Published October 28, 2011 by NeedtoRead Books. 266 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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As is typical of Bond's books (Party Crashers, etc.), the overall tone is deliciously frothy, and small comedic details abound: high-powered Felicia is a secret super housewife who cleans, cooks and lies about it, and Jan has changed her name from plain "Jane" to appear more glamorously French.

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I’m tempted to call the book a light mystery, except that it takes so long for Jerry to finally drop dead and the mystery element to make itself apparent that anyone reading the book for that will be restless in the early going.

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