Monday, April 18, 2011

Friendly Fire
by Megan Hart

After Agent Kendall Frasier's partner is shot in "friendly fire" during a drug bust, she agrees to take a week's vacation on a tropical island as part of her psychiatric evaluation. Sand, sun, sea—what could be better to help her work through her guilt? Even if the presence of the man responsible for the shooting, Agent Zane Vincent, seems counterproductive to her mental health. As Kendall gets to know Zane, and realizes he feels worse about what happened than she does, it becomes impossible to hate him. And their mutual attraction becomes impossible to deny.
Kendall and Zane soon agree to put the event that brought them together in the past—and spend the present exploring their most erotic desires. Do they have a future in the real world when their week in paradise is over?

my thoughts~ Take a look at that cover! Smoking HOT! This novella (I guess you would call it a novella since it is only about 55 pages long) is not a book that you will find hard to read! Anyone who has read Megan Hart knows that she packs a big punch in these books! I was laughing out loud during the fake "O" scenes! Think When Harry Met Sally, only in reverse! The love scenes were steamy, the conversations believable and the main characters were likable.



Kathleen O said...

I like Megan Hart's books, so I sure I will like this novella...

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