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Chrissy McMullen has made a career leap, all the way from slinging drinks at Chicago’s most notorious nightclub to dispensing psychotherapy from her sleek new practice in L.A. Even if she can’t quite shed her too-loud, too-curvy alter ego–or the brawling family that insists on claiming kinship. So when her most famous client, buff football star “Bomber” Bomstad, starts chasing her around her desk and getting, well . . . unzipped . . . Christina gets just a little miffed–until Bomber has the bad manners to drop dead at her feet.

Enter Jack Rivera, a no-nonsense detective with a grim attitude and a great butt, who’s determined to prove this cocktail-waitress-turned-shrink was engaging in some very unethical behavior. Persuading Rivera that she’s not a murderer isn’t going to be easy. Plunging headfirst into a city full of people in need of some serious therapy, Chrissy will have to use all her street smarts, a good deal of sex appeal, and a little love to clear her name–and cancel an appointment with a killer.

Praise for Unzipped

“Lois Greiman is a modern day Dorothy Sayers.  Witty as hell, yet talented enough to write like an angel with a broken wing.”—Kinky Friedman, author of Ten Little New Yorkers

“This is an amazingly good book with tons of twists and turns.  And it's funny.  Chrissy's internal thoughts are hilarious, as are the situations she gets herself into.  Plus, the sexual tension between Chrissy and Rivera spices things up but never detracts from the pacing.  Greiman has put out a winner that will hopefully become a series.”—Romantic Times, Top Pick  
Chrissy McMullen #8
"Dangerously funny stuff." –Janet Evanovich
LA therapist, Chrissy McMullen and her on-again-off-again LAPD hottie, Jack Rivera finally agreed that it would be best for the rest of the civilized world if they ended their too-hot-to-handle relationship...
Until they run into each other at a posh Rodeo Drive restaurant. Chrissy is there with a date. Rivera is escorting his mother, who ends up guarding the restroom door while the ex-couple revisits their decision to break up (a discussion that involves the removal of many, many items of clothing and continues at Rivera’s house.)
Their reunion was definitely explosive—but could it actually be deadly? The Black Flames, the most bloodthirsty criminal gang in modern history, arrives at Rivera’s front door carrying a big grudge and deadly weapons...and now Chrissy is also a target!
Desperate to protect her, Rivera convinces her to leave town until it’s safe. Thus Chrissy’s frantic exile to parts unknown—a city girl adrift in wheat fields! Sans money, decent clothing, and any kind of technology, Chrissy takes an alias, becomes a waitress and spends her time defending her dubious honor and trolling for tips. She can feel her IQ dropping with every slack-jawed patron she serves; with the exception of Hiro Jonovich Danshov, the intriguing mystery man who Chrissy hates....but is undeniably (although she DOES deny it) attracted to.
Will he teach her to defend herself before they kill each other or is he a member of the very gang she’s hiding from?
"Lois Greiman is a modern day Dorothy Sayers. Witty as hell, yet talented enough to write like an angel with a broken wing." – Kinky Friedman, author of Ten Little New Yorkers
“Sexy...sassy...An entertaining series.” —Mystery Scene
“For the Janet Evanovich fans who are craving a protagonist similar to Stephanie Plum.” —CurledUp.com ing series.” —Mystery Scene
A delightful romp, a laugh on every page." –MaryJanice Davidson—Mystery Scene
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