Good Girl Gone Bad
By Laurie
Sep 5, 2006 - 8:07:00 PM

Police officer Philamina “Phil” Zorn met then Sgt. Ty Jamerson three years ago when she was working in Internal Affairs, investigating a brutality charge against Ty.  Now a Lieutenant, Ty is investigating a string of kidnappings, all happening at Klub Kashmir, a high-end strip club, where Ty is working undercover as floor manager.  Phil, with her killer body, is set up as a cocktail waitress, complete with a sexy, skimpy “uniform.”  It isn’t long before Phil and Ty become intimate, and they soon find it increasingly difficult to maintain cool heads, given the erotic surroundings of their undercover operation.

Phil is very inhibited due to a strict upbringing under the thumb of a preacher/police officer father, and an unpleasant sexual experience in her teens.  While Phil wants to nab the kidnapper and find the missing women, she also wants to find out the facts behind her father’s alleged suicide, facts that Ty alone can tell her.  The problem is that Ty isn’t a man of many words, preferring to let his actions do the talking, especially when he’s attempting to help Phil lose some of those pesky inhibitions.


Phil and Ty literally smoke on the pages.  The story behind their history is heavy and deep; there is no fluff to be found in this book.  Ms. Tabke offers interesting glimpses of the sometimes desperate, often dark, world of erotic dancing, and an eye-opening look at the questionable goings-on behind the police force.  I enjoyed this book not just for its eroticism, but for the powerful storytelling.  It is obvious that details were well thought-out and researched.  Kudos to Karin Tabke!

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