Garbera does a good job of building
the attraction between the main characters in the final book in the Liberty Investigations trilogy. The action, both
in the bedroom and against the terrorists, is intense until the big attack on the terrorists, which reads like a martial arts instruction manual.

After a betrayal, British aristocrat Anna prefers working with computers to working with people. When her Charlie's Angels-type team is paired with a group of male mercenaries to track down an arms-dealing terrorist, Anna is attracted to the rough Jack Savage. Jack has always lived up to his name, but his feelings for Anna may usher in a kinder, gentler Savage. (BRAVA, Feb., 320 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Joyce Morgan