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Preparing to survive a typical day of being Digby's friend wasn't that different from preparing to survive the apocalypse.
When Philip Digby first shows up on her doorstep, Zoe Webster is not impressed. He's rude and he treats her like a book he's already read and knows the ending to. But before she knows it, Digby--the odd and brilliant and somehow. . . attractive? . . . Digby--has dragged her into a series of hilarious and dangerous situations all related to an investigation into the kidnapping of a local teenage girl. A kidnapping that may be connected to the tragic disappearance of his own sister eight years ago.
When it comes to Digby, Zoe just can't say no. But is Digby a hero, or is his manic quest an indication of something else entirely?
A romance where the leading man is decidedly unromantic, a crime novel where catching the crook isn't the only hook, a friendship story where they aren't even sure they like each other--this is a contemporary debut with razor-sharp dialogue, ridiculously funny action, and a dynamic duo you won't soon forget.
Stephanie Tromly was born in Manila, grew up in Hong Kong, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, worked as a screenwriter in Los Angeles, and is a member of the WGA West. She is the author of Trouble is a Friend of Mine and lives in Winnipeg with her husband and young son.