Half romance, and half mystery, “Too Good To Be True” is full of twists and surprises that will keep your interest, and keep you guessing up until the very end.
-Krystal from Once Upon a Book
It’s a rags to riches story about Gabrielle March, who is scrambling to find ways to pay her bills when a true fairy godmother discovers her and provides her with wealth and family. Maybe too good to be true? …what hooked me about this book was the fact that it kept me guessing who the bad guy truly was until the very end. I highly recommend this book.
author of The Cotillion Ball Series
The author's writing is enjoyable and easy to read. I liked the way her characters seem so down home. I loved that the southern characters dialect was not over exaggerated. Overall I was pleased with McKee's work. I think her debut is a hit in romance world. I look forward to reading more of her work.
-Avid Reader Amy’s Reviews
It’s a funny story, romantic and sexy, on the possibility of starting life over… written very well. I recommend it to those who love romance.
This book was a wonderfully written romantic mystery. I loved the plot in this story. It kept me hooked from the very first page. The intrigue starts at the beginning and doesn't let up until the very end…This story is not only about mystery, but also about personal growth and life lessons. I think this is a must read for any romance fans out there.
-Andrea Heltsley’s Reviews
Christy McKee is a new author to me but I can guarantee this will not be the last I read of her. An interesting and fun ride, McKee made a standard romance funny and utterly romantic. The story is wonderful, but truly the characters are a masterpiece.
-The Brunette Librarian
Christy was born in Columbus, Ohio and spent the first years of her life at Indian Lake where her father owned a marina and a boat dealership. Unlike most little girls her age, instead of playing with a Barbie dream house, she took Ken and Barbie to her dad’s showroom and played in the galley of a Chris Craft cabin cruiser.
Her love of reading began early and by age ten, she was peddling to the library every Saturday for a fresh supply of books. Stories starring horses, dogs or an unsolved mystery were her favorites.
Years later, during a summer break from Stephens College, she was hired as an intern at The Associated Press–a real prize for a broadcast major. But a few months into the job, she found herself in hot water for incorrectly quoting a source.
What she’d done was re-arrange a few words to make the sentence flow better. Unfortunately, her "re-arranging" altered the source's meaning and he was understandably furious. The red-faced bureau chief fired Christy on the spot, telling her she should try her hand at fiction.
After working in TV news, advertising and public relations, the words of her former AP bureau chief still echoed. Maybe it was time to try her hand at fiction. She decided to write what she loved reading, contemporary romance, often with a juicy mystery to solve. Success didn’t happen overnight but today she spends her days whipping up her own batch of facts, creating interesting towns, unforgettable characters and entertaining, heartfelt stories.
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