RG2E’s EOTD is Katy Leen’s Caper-Style Romp The First Faux Pas

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Today’s RG2E Ebook of The Day (EOTD) looks like one heckuva fabulous wild ride…

Author: Katy Leen

On Amazon

Price: 99 Cents

When Lora Weaver relocates from New York to her boyfriend’s hometown of Montreal, she expects to find a touch of Paris in North America—cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafés, fabulous shopping, and a little joie de vivre. Not dangerous liaisons. But, when she takes a job at a PI agency owned by a French brother and sister team, her life takes on more twists and turns than a Cirque du Soleil performance. Her latest brush with danger kicks off the case of Piedro “Puddles” Bellinni—a deadbeat dad whose disappearance is linked to a dying girl, a socialite about to inherit a fortune, and a would-be thug whose ego ends up nearly as dented as his car. Amid stalkings, shootouts, and kidnappings, Lora must also survive an unexpected houseguest—a flirty old friend of her live-in boyfriend Adam.

With a cast of characters that includes Camille Caron—a French PI with sharp boots, an even sharper tongue, and whose confidence and poise come from knowing how to drop a man twice her size—and her brother Laurent, an ex-cop and hockey hottie, The First Faux Pas is more caper-style romp than whodunit mystery.

About the Author:

Katy Leen is a native Montrealer who grew up on baguette and chocolate milk in a house full of pets and books. She writes the Lora Weaver mysteries and is currently working on the second book in the series.

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9 thoughts on “RG2E’s EOTD is Katy Leen’s Caper-Style Romp The First Faux Pas

  1. Katy Leen is a new author to me. The First Faux Pas sounds like a very interesting story. I would love a copy of it for Amazon Kindle. Thanks!

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