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At her bookstore late Christmas Eve, Caroline is almost ready to throw in the towel; that is, until a large, dangerous-looking man comes in looking for a place to stay. While Caroline knows she should be cautious of Jack Prescott, she can’t help but trust him. He is everything she has ever envisioned in a man, and for once she is going to follow her intuition. Unable and unwilling to be alone on Christmas Eve, Caroline voices what is in her heart. When Jack takes her up on her enticing offer, Caroline has a feeling that this DANGEROUS LOVER is exactly what she needs.
With danger now behind him, Jack is ready to claim the woman he has loved for so long. Or so he thought. Danger, it seems, has found him once again.
I have been a fan of Lisa Marie Rice’s work since her Ellora’s Cave publications. Having read everything she has written I knew I was in for a great book. What I got was an outstanding read with sinfully delicious and realistic characters, an intriguing plot, and sensuality that was hot enough to singe my fingers as I turned the pages. Jack Prescott had watched and loved Caroline for so very long and he was the epitome of a protector and a man in love. Because of what was in his possession, Jack knew that he would need to protect Caroline at the first sign of trouble. I quickly became enthralled at the way the characters interacted and how perfect they were for each other. Danger came in the form of a previous nemesis, and while I knew he would have to somehow find Jack and Caroline, it made the suspense no less valid for me. Immersed in this tale, I read DANGEROUS LOVER cover to cover.
Fans of Lisa Marie Rice will adore this sensual and emotional tale. Her writing style, her captivating love scenes, and the suspense that I have come to crave in a Lisa Marie Rice novel is all here within the pages of DANGEROUS LOVER. I highly recommend running, not walking, to the nearest bookstore as soon as this book is released. You will be glad you did.
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