Walker's knowledgeable writing about both London and the investment field make this story flow smoothly. Overall, her characters are well drawn, but Abby's yearning for sex seems forced at times. The dialogue is good, and the description in the sex scenes explicit. The story is hot enough to please anyone looking for a super-sexy read.

When investment adviser Abigail Douglas finds herself attracted to a man she believes is a messenger and club manager, she decides to let him think she's a secretary in order to thwart the intimidation her job inspires in many of the men she's dated. But Zachary Bordino isn't being totally honest with Abby, either -- his mother is Abby's boss. (berkley heat, Oct., 280 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Alexandra Kay