You can run, but eventually your past will catch up with you…
Two women, both on the run—one is a reluctant witness to a crime, and was just jilted at the altar—go on a road trip to check off items on the Life Lists they made in college, with various hot men in hot pursuit. Hilarity and murder ensue…and both women are forced to face up to a secret they’ve been running from all their lives.
“Stephanie Bond proves to be a masterful storyteller and GOT YOUR NUMBER is her latest winner. A definite keeper!” –The Best Reviews
“Stephanie Bond provides readers with that rare humorous yet suspense laden novel that leaves the audience wanting more from a delightful author.” -BookBrowser
“Author Stephanie Bond has hit the perfect combination of humor, intrigue, emotional baggage and romance. This book is a hoot.” Romantic Times Book Reviews
“Bond fills her story with enough witty repartee, red herrings and romance to keep readers guessing.” –Publishers Weekly
Gutsy Roxann Beadleman, a volunteer for an underground organization that helps abused wives escape from their husbands, needs to be rescued herself. She's being hunted by Frank Cape, a smarmy PI who wants his wife and child back, and by Joe Capistrano, a rugged police detective whose partner was shot by Cape. Joe intends to find Melissa, Cape's wife, and have her testify against her husband, but Roxann refuses to cooperate, fearful that the police won't be able to protect Melissa. When Roxann receives an invitation to her cousin Angora's wedding, she seizes the opportunity to flee town. Unfortunately, her cousin is jilted at the altar and, against her better judgment, Roxann agrees to accompany Angora to their college reunion in South Bend, Ind. En route, the former roommates have an unnerving run-in with Cape, but Joe steps in just in time. Although Roxann insists that she doesn't need his help or his affection, she quickly changes her mind when she and Angora are accused of murdering their theology professor. This lighthearted whodunit is only Bond's second single-title romance (after Our Husband), but fans of Susan Anderson and Jane Graves will warm to her lively prose. Bond fills her story with enough witty repartee, red herrings and romance to keep readers guessing.