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Body Movers: 2 Bodies for the Price of 1
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So Carlotta Wren's life hasn't turned out as she'd planned. She didn't plan for her parents to skip bail for a white-collar crime, leaving her to raise her brother. She didn't plan on having the silver spoon ripped from her mouth and forgoing college to work retail. She didn't plan on her blue-blood fiance dumping her. And she didn't plan on still being single ten years later, working at Neiman Marcus, with no idea where her fugitive parents are. But she's coping. Until--
--her lovable brother is arrested, and the hunky cop decides to reopen her parents' case.
--her brother becomes a body mover for the morgue, and his sexy boss gets Carlotta involved.
--her former fiance's wife (a good customer) is murdered, fingering Carlotta.
With three men in her life, Carlotta has added motivation to help bag a murderer to keep her own well-dressed body from being next on the list
Things are moving up for Carlotta Wren in this follow-up to "Body Movers." She's talked with her fugitive father, and is torn whether to tell Detective Jake Terry, who has reopened her parents' case. But when Jake finds out what she's been keeping from him, her chance for romance could be seriously derailed.
With fugitive parents, a brother dodging loan sharks, a hunky cop who's made her outlaw family his business, a buff body mover looking to make a move on her and her ex-fiancé back in the picture, Carlotta Wren thought her life couldn't get any more complicated. And then
Her best friend jumps on the body-moving bandwagon.
Her fugitive parents phone home.
Her identity is stolen by a look-alike.
Her look-alike is found, well dead.
Under suspicion for murder, Carlotta discovers that her devious double might've been bumped off accidentally—and that she could be the real target! Throw in dealing with her motley crew of family, friends and wannabe lovers, and Carlotta begins to think that jail isn't such a bad alternative after all.
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