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Publisher Description

Annie McCauley is the Calamity Jane of the high fashion world. If something can go wrong, it will, but things don’t go wrong by themselves, they usually have some help from her arch-rival, Brittany Carstairs. They both grew up in the Mesa View Mobile Home Park in West Texas and both are now in New York City where evil Brittany cost Annie her job as spokesmodel for Tomi Di Ponti, the sexiest and most eligible bachelor in NYC and CEO of Di Ponti Cosmetics and Fashions.
Tomi gives Annie a second chance. Now Annie must grudgingly take the help of annoying though sexy, Luther Grolsch the man she accidentally shot. Sometimes Annie regrets shooting Luther and sometimes she wishes she’d done a better job. He’s that kind of guy. Quirky characters in hilarious situations and an accident prone heart make Annie both laughable and lovable in 2nd Chance a fun read.

The trouble starts when Annie, who was on her way to meet Tomi, wakes up in a dumpster to find she missed their meeting and let Tomi down. Enter a dumpster diver named, Rudy the Rat and a seven foot tall mugger named, Zip, two denizens of the back alleys of New York. Because Annie, missed the meeting Tomi has lost control of his company.

Annie is forced to call on someone she doesn’t want to see again for help. When one of the people she is relying on dies mysteriously Annie is left as the main suspect. While trying to help Tomi keep get control of his company and deciding between two sexy though flawed men, Annie goes on a wild romp through the fashion and diamond districts of New York with Luther and Luis at her side and two hit men hot on her heels.

This is the second book in the hilarious Annie McCauley Romantic Comedy Mystery Series

Fiction & Literature
January 30
Willee Amsden
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Darcie223 ,

Love this series!

Annie's crazy life continues in the second book of the series and I'm definitely hooked! I love the relationship between Annie and Luther and can't wait to find out what happens next.

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