Saturday, January 12, 2013

Mel's Review of Erotic Deception by Karen Cote'

Her brother was dead. He’d practically raised her and stood by her during a miscarriage that left her barren. He’d been the sole person she’d had left in this world. How had Dr. Lily Delaney with a PhD in Psychology missed the psychotic signs of Anthony Capriccio, the Kansas City District Attorney and her ex-fiancé? Now at twenty-nine she was on the run to hide from the impending threats to her own life. But on the road to a safe secluded lake community, Lily crashes into the path of a new dangerous element, literally. One with deep blue eyes who totes a badge and carries a gun. And would their budding relationship be threatened when Lily finds out her own doctor had lied and discovers she really can have children? How would the sheriff take knowing she’d gotten pregnant when she’d already heartily assured him she wasn’t?

After his experience as a detective in Kansas City, Missouri, Jet Walker enjoyed his life as sheriff of the quiet lake community, Windom Hills. However, when Lily Delaney literally crashes into his car and life, his world disrupts into chaos. Couldn’t the woman do anything normal? Between fighting to protect her and fighting against his growing attraction for her, the previous peace Jet had found was now falling apart. And how could he possibly trust another woman after the trick his ex-wife played in trying to pass off another man’s child as his?

Mel's Review

4 Penguins
I liked this book it got right into the story which definitely had a twist at the end I didn't see coming. Although, contrary to the title it was not overly stuffed with sex and the scenes that had intimate moments were well done, also the Sheriff was the stuff girls daydream about so I have no complaints there. :) My only complaint would be that the story was too short. The characters and plot were so good I really felt like there could have been much more detail in the story, but if you are looking for a good short story with a little heat this is worth a read.

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