Mary Brendan Lassiter is making a name for herself as a freshman member of Congress. With a desire to make a difference, she is actively seeking change. Unfortunately, her latest cause is becoming twisted sound bites on the news that make it sound like she is ready to do battle with the police and its corruption. Chris Banning rescues a damsel in distress and is immediately smitten, until he finds they are on opposite sides of a very public battle. But when Congresswoman Lassiter is threatened, she is forced to trust police captain Banning. Ruth Langan has penned a charming tale in BANNING'S WOMAN (3). Although the plotting is a little thin, her handsome hero will make readers swoon.

Reviewed by: 
Debbie Richardson