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Descripción de editorial
THEY'RE DEFINITELY NOT TWO OF A KIND
Elizabeth and April are identical twins.
Except they don't look or act alike anymore. Elizabeth is reserved, quiet and hardworking. April isn't. When April disappears, Elizabeth can only think the worst. But she'll do whatever it takes to find her sister. Enter a dark, dangerous world, pretend she's someone she's not and ask a complete stranger for help.
John Mallory knows there's more to Elizabeth Benoit than she's letting on. She tortures her beautiful hair by putting it up and covers her gorgeous body with tailored suits. Every instinct he has tells him she's hiding something. And he's the kind of man who doesn't like unsolved mysteries. So when she tells him about her sister's disappearance, he doesn't think twice about helping–though it's clear she doesn't really want him involved.
About the author
Born and reared in Texas, Kay David has lived all over the world from the Middle East to South America. Drawing frequently on these exotic locations for her books, Kay sees the setting of a story as another "character" in the complex romances she writes for Harlequin Superromance. "I like my readers to feel as if they've visited a place they've never been after they read one of my Supers," she says. "The characters and their love story should be reflected in every aspect of the book. Sometimes I use a foreign setting and/or suspense to heighten those details." A graduate of the University of Houston, Kay has undergraduate degrees in both English (B.A.) and the Management of Information Sciences (MIS- B.A.). She also holds a master's degree in Behavioral Science (M.A.). She has worked at NASA, designed and built homes, and has even owned her own jewelry company, but her true love is writing and it has been since her high school days. "I'm thrilled to be writing Harlequin Superromances," she says. "In my opinion, these books offer a complex story that has a real depth of emotion, or layers, if you will. The issues are out-of- the-headlines current but still give the readers what they want the most–true love stories with happy endings." Along with her husband of twenty-seven years, Pieter, and their globe-trotting, twenty-pound cat, Leroy, Ms. David divides her time between the Texas Gulf coast and the Hill Country.