The Trouble With St. John (A Samantha Stone Mystery #1)

| December 14, 2017


From breakthrough author Katie Bloomstrom comes the world’s unlikeliest super-sleuth…

“After all that work and sleuthing and investment in my great detective notebook, I had nothing. In fact, the only successful thing I’ve done since stepping foot on this island was successfully believe all the lies everyone told me. Oh, I’ve also successfully been attacked, successfully gotten hit by a door, and successfully eaten more Xanax than I’ve ever eaten before in my life. And in two days I’m supposed to just leave and pretend none of this ever happened. If I can even leave after being framed for murder.”

When shy, medium-looking Samantha Stone winds up on the romantic tropical island of St. John after getting dumped at the altar, she’s faced with two options: (1) sit in her sweaty villa and cry over her un-marriage to her idiot ex-fiancé while watching Love Actually on repeat and mass-eating Oreos and Xanax, or (2) pursue a hot vacation sexcapade with the gorgeous travel god she meets at baggage claim. Really, what’s a girl to do?

But, after losing both her super spendy non-diamond engagement ring and her mysterious tropical island fling candidate in the same drunken night, Sam quickly learns that St. John isn’t quite what she bargained for. In fact, she’ll be lucky if she can make it back home alive.

Join breakthrough author Katie Bloomstrom as she takes you on a journey into a picture perfect paradise filled with men, money, and mystery where nothing – and no one – is quite what it seems.

What critics are saying:

“An absolute must-read…will leave you laughing uncontrollably, smiling from ear to ear, amazed at the twists and turns, and anxious for the next book.” ~ Cheryl Schopen for Readers’ Favorite

“A charming and brilliant novel.” ~ Danielle Urban for Universal Creativity

“Samantha Stone is my new favorite sleuth!” ~ Melissa Greenberg

“A quick and humorous read, filled with plot twists that honestly kept me guessing until the very end.” ~ Chick Lit Plus


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