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Jilted days before her wedding, Callie escapes to a quiet Egyptian town. But her sun-soaked vacation goes awry when mysterious disappearances leave her wondering about local secrets — and the sexy stranger in the wetsuit!
When Callie Shawcross’s fiancé jilts her days before the wedding, her best friend insists a relaxing break in the sleepy Egyptian town of Fidda Hilal is just what she needs to escape her disastrous love life.
The sun is shining and the locals seem friendly, even if the hotel staff do seem intent on playing matchmaker. But what better way to get over a broken heart than with a holiday fling? A sexy stranger who even makes a wetsuit look hot provides the answer, but is he all that he seems?
A series of mysterious disappearances leave Callie hunting for answers, and during her frantic search she finds it’s not only the town that has secrets. Will she end up wishing she’d stayed at home on the sofa?
The Trouble books are romantic suspense novels with a dash of added humor. All books are stand alone - no cliffhangers!
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Elise currently writes the Blackwood Security series of romantic thrillers and the Trouble series of romantic comedies. She's an English rose with a few thorns who loves chocolate, sleep, and well-defined abs. Not hers, unfortunately.
She lives near London with a sexy chef, a horse who eats all her money, and a dog who eats her car keys. Always a reader, she took up writing after inspiration struck in an old manor house, and still pinches herself at the fact that people read her books. She ...
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