Book Review

A DANGEROUS WOMAN
by J.M. Jeffries

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Multicultural
Sensuality: HOT

2006 Romantic Suspense Nominee

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This book is nothing short of fantastic, with a heroine who takes "dangerous" to a new level and a romance between two headstrong, outspoken people. Top CIA assassin Odessa Ripley and police detective Wyatt Earp Whitaker are fun characters. Though Odessa occasionally is a little too tough, Jeffries does a praiseworthy job of balancing her personality with Wyatt's.

Odessa suspects that her father's death is the work of a white supremacist group. And even though her father trusted blond-haired, blue-eyed Wyatt, she's skeptical about his assistance. Forced to cooperate with the police, Odessa has to decide if she's going to murder the men responsible for her father's death or allow the justice system to deal with them -- all this while dealing with her grief, her frustrating and guilt-inducing mother and her unstoppable attraction to a man who is both aggravating and irresistible. (Genesis Press/indigo love spectrum, Sep., 220 pp., $9.95)

Reviewed By: Aisha Cargile

Publisher: Genesis Press/Indigo Love Spectrum

Published: September 2006

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