"... mixes up a frothy girl drink of houses, hunks and whodunit narrated in a breezy first person ... If you love an umbrella in your drink ... grab A Cutthroat Business for a quick beach read." --Lyda Phillips, Nashville Scene
"... equal parts charming and sexy, with a side of suspense. Hero and heroine, Savannah Martin and Rafe Collier, are a pairing of perfection." --Paige Crutcher, examiner.com
"...hooks you in the first page and doesn't let go until the last! ... There's something for every reader: tricky plot twists, rich description, and some villainous characters you'll love to hate." --Lynda Coker, Between the Pages
"Move over Stephanie Plum, there is a sassy, sexy sleuth in town! If you enjoy your cozy mysteries with a good shot of romance, and a love triangle with a sexy bad boy and a Southern gentleman in the mix, then you will love this book. The laughs are louder, the romance is sexier and there is a great murder mystery to top it off." --Bella McGuire, Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
From the Author
In the classes, there was a lot of talk about personal safety, and about the many things that might lurk inside an empty house - from murderers and rapists to flashers and muggers - and the idea of a brand new realtor walking into an empty house and finding a dead body came from that.
The book title was easy. Real estate is a tough, competitive, dog-eat-dog business, and I never stood a chance of making it as a realtor. Not cutthroat enough; a trait Savannah shares. By 2008, I had retired my license and was writing full time. And that's the story of how the Savannah Martin series came to be, and also the story of how I ended up with job I could fit around my kids' schedule. It just wasn't the job I thought I'd end up with.