"A restless young woman thinks she's found a free ride to happiness and adventure. But it's a trip that may land her in prison--or worse. . . "
When Trudy Bell lands a job at a travel agency, she feels like a new woman. And her friendly personality soon wins her the adoration of her colleagues--with one exception. Ann Oliver, the only other African American employee, a high-level manager who despises Trudy's low-income background. But no one is going to ruin Trudy's new life. In fact, she's found a way to make it even better. As a secretary, Trudy has easy access to company credit cards. Including Ann's. . .
Before long Trudy's leading a double-life--Ann's life--complete with a secret apartment where she entertains the men she meets at upscale bars. But their worlds collide the night Trudy brings home the wrong man--one who has an angry score to settle. With Ann. Now, unless Trudy can convince him she's not the woman he's after, she may pay the highest price of all. . .
"Monroe serves up a tasty dish of murder, deception, lust, and just desserts."--"Library Journal" on She Had it Coming
"Monroe's richly drawn characters will stay with readers long after the book is finished."--"Booklist"
In Sheep's Clothing
Kensington Publishing Corporation