Someone Else’s Fairytale: My Wicked Half-Sister by E.M. Tippetts

January 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

Someone Else’s Fairytale: My Wicked Half-Sister by E.M. TippettsMy Wicked Half-Sister
Author: E.M. Tippetts
Series: Someone Else's Fairytale #4
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Format: eBook
Pages: 216
Date: January 12, 2016
Publisher: Indie

Chloe never set out to be famous, but her marriage to Hollywood A-lister, Jason Vanderholt, made her a celebrity by association. Jealous and nosy fans heckle her in public and the tabloids portray her as cold, arrogant, and unworthy of her husband. As bad as that is, it’s about to get a whole lot worse.

Her brother, Chris, is being paroled from prison, where he has been serving time for shooting and nearly killing Chloe when she was a child. This is not a situation that she wants splashed all over the headlines, especially because this could incite her brother to try to finish the job.

When Chloe gets word of a string of crimes that might be tied to her brother, she finds she has yet another enemy: their father, Dr. Winters. He refuses to cooperate with Chloe’s security team and even gives the police a hard time when they try to investigate.

The one ally Chloe has in her own family is her half-sister, Beth, a public prosecutor intent on bringing Chris to justice. Her approach is so aggressive that everyone from Chloe’s security specialist to the police detective insists that she is doing more harm than good. Beth assures Chloe that her way is the only way that will work, which leaves Chloe to decide whether to trust the experts, or the sister she barely knows. The wrong choice puts her very life in danger.

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About E.M. Tippetts

E.M. Tippetts

E.M. Tippetts writes romance, cozy mysteries, and chick lit. She also writes science fiction under the name Emily Mah. She is a former attorney with degrees in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University and business law from UCLA. A lifelong New Mexican, she now lives in Santa Fe with her family. She also writes science fiction under the name Emily Mah.

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