Murder with a Kiss

Stacy-Deanne
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When her twin brother Kirby is murdered, Kayla heads to Kingston, Jamaica to find out who would want her brother dead. Because they were estranged, Kayla feels guilty for not having a relationship with Kirby and vows to bring his killer to justice.

Kayla teams up with Kirby’s best friend, Tate, who seems just as anxious for answers as she does.  Kayla struggles with an attraction to the sexy tour guide, but loses the battle while Tate introduces her to the sensuous allure of Jamaica. Before Kayla can catch her breath, she and Tate begin an intoxicating romance that has her dying for more.

As they become closer, Kayla believes her new lover is the only one she can trust to find the truth. However, a shocking development in the case suggests Tate might know more about Kirby’s murder than he lets on. 

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About the author

Stacy-Deanne (Dee-Anne) is an award-winning, bestselling author of sensual romantic suspense, contemporary romance, and women's fiction books. Her work has been praised and reviewed in USA Today numerously. She loves writing stories that focus on main characters who rarely get the spotlight such as characters with physical disabilities, mental illness, and terminal diseases.

Stacy is known for bringing versatile stories to her readers. With her you never know what you're gonna get, which separates Stacy's work from the pack. Stacy's books are full of passion, thrills, intriguing characters and so much emotion you can't get enough! If you want something different and unpredictable then definitely check out her work.


With Stacy every book is an adventure.


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Publisher
Stacy-Deanne
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Published on
May 29, 2018
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Pages
110
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Language
English
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Genres
Drama / Women Authors
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Amateur Sleuth
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
Fiction / Romance / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Romance / African American
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Romance / Multicultural & Interracial
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
Fiction / Thrillers / Crime
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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