Book Review

BLUE FOREVER
by Nina Bruhns

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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The first two books in Bruhns’ exciting series are action-packed to the extreme, with enough sexual tension to require a cold shower or two, and Blue Forever is no different. Once again, the two main characters meet right away, and within moments they are thrown into a perilous situation that gives them a dangerous backdrop for their budding romance. This book is all about extremes — from adventure and covert missions to exotic places and steamy passion, it certainly has it all.

Handsome and a little reckless, Major Kiptyn Llowell finds himself in a desperate situation. When his top-secret mission to China suddenly comes unstuck, he looks toward the extremely attractive DeAnne Lovejoy to help him to his rendezvous point. As an officer of the U.S. State Department, DeAnne helps Americans in distress in foreign countries all the time, but helping Kip is more than she bargains for. Before they get a chance to act on their mutual attraction, they are attacked by an enemy platoon. Running for their lives, with their covers blown, they must come together to complete Kip’s secret mission. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Sep., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Terri Dukes

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: September 2013

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