Katherine Bacher has a wacky, positive view of the world. She’s an avid reader with a knack for writing since childhood. At age five she won second place in a children’s poetry contest. The prize? A stuffed animal. She’s been hooked on writing ever since. Sheepie stands proudly on a shelf in her parent’s home.
She is a proud 2007 graduate of Central Washington University’s print journalism program, and was a copy editor for CWU’s The Observer. (Go Wildcats!)
You can find her writing in her home state of Washington, balancing a husband-of-many-hats, being co-biped parent to goofy little dogs, cheering for her favorite hockey team, and enjoying a classy glass of wine. Would you believe a sort-of-classy glass of wine? Ok, fine. She enjoys wine from her plastic Red Green Show mug.
Nothing ends a first date faster than finding a dead body.
Photographer and sassy Seattle-lite Roxy Summers swears off men after catching her ex-boyfriend, a.k.a. her ex-boss, in a compromising position. Newly single and facing eviction, Roxy puts all distractions (men!) aside as she begins her new job assisting an international fashion photographer and notorious playboy.
No one told Roxy her new job would entail dealing with her new boss' fiery temper, his emotional girlfriend, his conniving ex-mistress, his partner who has a melt-the-polar-ice-caps blinding smile, have her stumbling over a body, become an amateur detective and find herself annoyingly attracted to Detective Charlie Bennett, who seems determined to put Roxy in handcuffs!