Drew Stevens followed Mallory (a beautiful and up and coming movie star) in a frantic car chase in West Hollywood. He had to meet her, get to know her, because he was on an assignment ' and one he didn't particularly like. Shadowing her these past weeks he had come to like Mallory and now he wanted to protect her from the people he was working for.
Mallory was meeting a girl friend in a rowdy bar. After one drink she starts to leave but is accosted by a drunk. Naturally, Drew is the first to rescue her. This leads to a naughty interlude between two strangers. But Drew was sent for a purpose and by making love to her he has betrayed a powerful man. For this he could lose his life. The story hots up in more ways than one as an exciting chase/adventure story unfolds. This book is erotic but it has more than a few sexy scenes and from the way it ends, which is surprising, would probably make a compelling series. I think this writer tells a good story and I would like to read more from her. I give 4.5 red roses to this particular book. Morna.
Hi, This Dee Dawning. I took the liberty of posting this independant review.
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DreadfulAug. 13 2010
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Format: Kindle Edition
Imagine the script for the worst, cheapest, most horrible porn film ever made. That script would be better than this book. Law enforcement officers abusing their authority, one instance of safe sex among the dozens of sexual encounters that made up the bulk of the 50 percent of the book I was able to force myself to read, combined with writing that seemed more the product of an overly hormonal and immature 18 year old rather than an accomplished author are just a few of the problems with this book. If this book was free of charge, it would still be too expensive. Dreadful, dreadful, dreadful.