“All I ever wanted in
life was true love, a set of
copper cookware, and the perfect recipe for Red Velvet
cake. The last thing I wanted was to end up on Charleston’s
six o’clock news, accused of murder and a slew of other
So begins the story of Teeny Templeton, out-of-work
pastry chef. The first bit of trouble in which Teeny finds
is when she catches her fiance playing naked badminton with
other women, which compels her to climb a peach tree and
hurling peaches at him. Needless to say, the engagement is
and her fiance slaps her with a restraining order. When he
found dead a few days later, all fingers point to Teeny.
hope is an old boyfriend-turned-lawyer, the guy who broke
heart a decade ago. But dredging up the past brings more
skeletons out of the closet, and Teeny doesn’t know who she
trust. With evidence mounting and the heat turning up, Teeny
must also figure out where to live, how to support herself,
to clear her name, and how to protect her heart.
Gone with A Handsomer Man is funny, sweet, tender,
and full of
surprises. Readers will beg to see more of Teeny in her next
adventure, A Teeny Bit of Trouble.