It was a match made in heaven, but she’s going to have to go to hell to get him.
Roy was easy to get along with, and it was easy to pretend Detective Erin Russo wasn’t the evil twin when nobody knew her. He was easy to look at, easy to talk to, and easy to go to bed with. More than that, he didn’t talk about work, and that was exactly what the doctor ordered. But when the Captain calls to bring her back in early, it’s the bad news matches with the blizzard that closed her ski resort down: her twin sister Becca, who Erin hasn’t seen in over a decade, is back in L.A. Worse than that, she was murdered.
When she bullies her way onto the team investigating Becca’s murder, in spite of the conflict of interest, Erin is ready to put her nose back into her work and find the guy who took away the only thing that could hurt her. None of that matters, though, when Special Agent Roy Schafer—her Roy—shows up with a Federal team of investigators. She’s off the case and out of luck, and not exactly ready to pick back up where she left off on the snowy Wyoming peaks.
None of that is going to stop her from digging into the case, though. That’s not an option. She’s going to get her man, even if it means using her body to do it. When she finds a lead on an online dating profile her sister used, can she get to the bottom of the murder? But who’s the cat, and who’s the mouse?