Jimmy (Red, Hot & Blue, Book 3)
By Chrissy Dionne
Oct 11, 2010 - 1:48:32 PM

Over the course of his career with the Special Forces Jimmy has successfully navigated through many uncomfortable situations and pretended to be a variety of different people. It is during his one night stint as a waiter that he first meets Amelia, and the following morning he’s sent on assignment as a terrorist in Kosovo.

Lia is the redheaded daughter of the governor. She hates all the stuffy cocktail parties that she‘s obligated to attend. She especially hates that her father and the senator are dead set on her marrying John Dickson the third, the senator’s conceited son. She’s much more interested in a different sort of man. Even six months after the fateful night she spent with a waiter named ‘James’ Amelia still looks for him at every cocktail party she attends.

Jimmy had thought about calling Lia before shipping out to Kosovo but he’s smart enough to know that she’s a rich society girl and he was just her boy toy for the night. It never occurred to him that their one night of bliss might have meant as much to her as it did him. He’s kept her phone number in his wallet, but never expected to see her again. Imagine his surprise when the governor arrives at the Gordon’s home for a meeting with the local farmers and accompanying him is none other than the young woman Jimmy has been unable to forget, only her name is Amelia.

I had already been very curious about Jimmy from both the first two titles in this series, TREY and JACK, and the fact that he is Jack’s brother so this story is the perfect addition to the RED, HOT AND BLUE collection. They’d spent only one night together six months ago but neither Jimmy nor Amelia are able to forget about each other and time has not cooled their ardor either. I love that Amelia is not a little snotty rich girl, but even if she had been Jimmy won’t allow her to tell him what to do, especially when she gets demanding while they’re in bed. As he says, he doesn’t require instructions on lovin.’

There’s nothing quite like a Task Force Zeta man to warm the heart and other body parts of Cat Johnson fans.

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