Catfished in Craig by Katy Regnery is LIVE!
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“Wow, what a read!!! Captivating story from the first page to the last. Angst and love make this an edge of your seat read with a surprising ending!” –Melody George, Goodreads review
New York Times bestselling author Katy Regnery returns with the fifth book in her Odds-Are-Good series!
Tony moved to small, remote Craig, Alaska, three years ago in the hopes of disappearing from his uncle’s mob associates in northern New Jersey. But Alaska ain’t home. And he misses the Jersey girls he grew up with.
On behalf of all the “plain Janes” in the world, Tessa answers Tony’s personal ad, intending to teach its cocky, conceited author an important lesson: he ain’t all that. But something about Tony draws her in. And when she finds herself (and her 3-year-old daughter) in danger, she flees to Craig to disappear with Tony.
Now, Craig may be remote, but it’s still in the U.S. … Tony and Tessa won’t be able to stay hidden forever. When their pasts catch up with them, difficult choices will need to be made, and a deep love that once seemed unlikely might not be enough to save the day.
An Odds-Are-Good Standalone Romance
Book #1: Single In Sitka
Book #2: Nome-O Seeks Juliet
Book #3: A Fairbanks Affair
Book #4: My Valdez Valentine
Book #5: Catfished in Craig
About the Author:
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Katy Regnery has a heart for smart romance featuring strong women and decent men. Almost exclusively self-published, Katy claims authorship of almost 50 titles, including three RITA® finalists. Translated into French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, and Turkish, Katy has sold over two million books worldwide.
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When Tony needed to escape his life in New Jersey he heads to Alaska as he doesn’t believe that anyone would think to look for him there however the one drawback is the lack of female companionship. He places an ad to find a woman however everything he wants is superficial which catches the interest of Tessa and not in a good way.
Tessa is a single mother to her four-year-old daughter Gia who knows that she is not the type of woman that would attract Tony. She decides that he deserves to be strung along but her plan takes a turn when she and her daughter find themselves in danger and her only option appears to be Tony.
I enjoyed the evolution of Tony’s character as he realized what was truly important in life and becomes the man that Tessa and Gia need him to be.