Love on the Run
By Natasha Smith
Jun 1, 2008 - 9:09:27 AM

Tony is a police investigator trying to capture and bring to justice the mastermind of a human white slavery ring.  When reporter Bianca tells him what she knows about his case, they agree to work together.  In doing so, Bianca gets an exclusive story and Tony has control over what Bianca releases.  When their mutual attraction is unable to be denied any longer, Tony is thrilled to uncover the submissive of his dreams that Bianca keeps hidden.

Bianca has been attracted to Tony for what feels like forever. When she hears information about a case that pertains to her personally, Bianca approaches Tony with a plan that will benefit them both. Tony agrees and then admits his plan for Bianca and it includes her submission.


Talk, dark, and dreamy describes Tony.  He is forceful, he is dominant, and he is wildly exotic.  His mastery of Bianca is sensual and heady.  Bianca’s attraction to Tony is almost innocent in that she doesn’t really understand what it means to sexually submit to someone.  Suffice it to say, by the end of LOVE ON THE RUN Bianca knows what it means to submit - and she craves it.


LOVE ON THE RUN held my attention from beginning to end. From the riveting suspense to the erotic overtures, there is nothing in this book that I didn’t like.  I found it quite shiver worthy!


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