Sex on the Beach, the do-over.
Cassandra Wilder had a simple plan for what to do in Key West the second time around.
Testify at the trial of the rapist she helped catch last year.
Make sure he gets locked away for the rest of his natural life, so he can never, ever hurt another girl.
Wait for her BFFs to get to town, so they can celebrate.
And stay far away from Ty Connor, because three months after breaking up with him, she still doesn’t know whether being with him is worse than being without him.
Spring Break, take two.
All of the above? Out the window.
Turns out testifying is a lot harder than she thought it would be.
Not only is the rapist she helped catch last year not locked away for the rest of his life, he’s on the loose and looking for her.
Oh yeah, and it’s definitely harder being without Ty than being with him, especially when she has to watch him with someone else.
Welcome to Cassie’s world.
“I absolutely loved it!!!!! I am so happy I had the pleasure to read this book. Everything from the characters to the plot line was written to absolute perfection. The characters were described beautifully and the plot line was dynamic and detailed. Overall, this book was absolutely phenomenal! I will definitely be rereading this book as well as recommending this book to everyone I know. This is a definite 5 Star read! If I could give it more, I definitely would!!!”
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jenna Bennett (Jennie Bentley) writes the Do It Yourself home renovation mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime and the Savannah Martin real estate mysteries for her own gratification. She also writes a variety of romance for a change of pace. Originally from Norway, she has spent more than twenty five years in the US, and still hasn’t been able to kick her native accent.
For more information, please visit Jenna’s website: www.JennaBennett.com
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