A What Doesn't Kill You Box Set
- Act One
- Saving Grace (Katie 1)
- Leaving Annalise (Katie 2)
- The Jumbie House
- Finding Harmony (Katie 3)
- Going for Kona (Michele 1)
- Heaven to Betsy (Emily 1)
- Earth to Emily (Emily 2)
- Hell to Pay (Emily 3)
- Fighting for Anna (Michele 2)
- Bombshell (Ava 1)
- Stunner (Ava 2)
- Knockout (Ava 3)
- Searching for Dime Box (Michele 3)
- Katie Box Set
- Emily Box Set
- Katie and Emily Box Set
All six full-length Katie and Emily romantic mysteries from the multiple award-winning, best-selling What Doesn’t Kill You world, with nearly 6000 reviews and a 4.6+-star average.
Saving Grace (Katie #1): Sloppy drinking habits. Stunted love life. Professional humiliation in a doomed celebrity trial. It’s no wonder high-strung Texas attorney Katie flees for the serenity of a tropical island, even if it’s the one where her parents died in a tragic accident. But when she gets there, the accident looks a lot like murder, the island seems more sinister than serene, and there’s no one to save Katie from the bad guys, except for herself.
Leaving Annalise (Katie #2): One unexpected little boy, two dead bodies, and a series of home vandalisms throw Katie into a tizzy. Juggling all of this, Bloody Mary cravings, her baggage, and the bad guys, too, she waffles between the jumbie house that brought her back from the brink and the man she believes is the love of her life.
Finding Harmony (Katie #3): Katie's already on edge when a dead guy shows up at Estate Annalise and shady locals claim there are slave remains in the foundation, but when Nick disappears, she's ready to lose it. A frantic Katie launches a Caribbean-wide manhunt, calling on Kurt, her stoic, steady father-in-law, and Collin, her badass big brother, to help her search air, land, and sea for her husband, who may be in very big trouble indeed. 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, Romance, Quarter-finalist.
Heaven to Betsy (Emily #1): A dead body swan-dives into the pool at a wedding, bringing gossip about disgraced paralegal and former rodeo queen Emily to a halt. Enter Jack, a secretive attorney and sexy mix of cowboy and Indian, and a job offer. Emily refuses the man and the job, until she learns about the disappearance of the six-year old daughter of his notorious client. She launches a desperate search for the little girl, and bodies pile up in her wake as the walls around her own secrets begin to crumble. 2015 WINNER USA Best Book Award, Cross Genre Fiction.
Earth to Emily (Emily #2): Paralegal and former rodeo queen Emily only wants two little things. The first is to adopt Betsy—the girl who has stolen her heart but could be deported to Mexico at any time. The other is a second chance with her boss, Jack, a smolderingly hot and mysterious criminal defense attorney. But two runaway teens force her into a horrible choice: risking their lives, or jeopardizing her chance at a life with the two people she cares about most.
Hell to Pay (Emily #3): Emily finally has her life on track. Her adoption of Betsy seems like a done deal, her parents have reunited, and she’s engaged to her sexy boss Jack. Then client Phil’s childhood buddy drops dead face first into a penis cake at an adult novelty store. The cops charge Phil with murder. Emily feels like a calf out of a chute, pulled between the ropes of the header and the heeler, as she fights to help Phil without losing Betsy and Jack. 2016 WINNER USA Best Book Award, Cross Genre Fiction.
˃˃˃ See why Pamela’s novels have won contest after contest.
- 2017 WINNER Silver Falchion for Best Adult Mystery
- 2016 WINNER Best Book Awards Cross-Genre Fiction
- 2015 WINNER Best Book Awards Cross-Genre Fiction
- 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, Romance, Quarter-finalist
˃˃˃ Once Upon A Romance calls Hutchins an "up-and-coming powerhouse writer."
If you like Sandra Brown or Janet Evanovich, you will love Pamela Fagan Hutchins. A former attorney and native Texan, Pamela lived in the U.S. Virgin Islands for nearly ten years. She refuses to admit to taking notes for this series during that time.
˃˃˃ The reviews are in, and they're good. Very, very good.
"Taut suspense." — Midwest Book Review
"Quick, entertaining read." — Kirkus Reviews
"Fantastic mystery." — Once Upon a Romance