Against company policy, security expert Jake Hunter takes a job guarding the woman he can't forget. Though their meeting was brief, it was passionate and explosive, the memory of it haunting him ever since.

Corporate executive Erin Corland is a little uneasy when she learns the killer her testimony helped put in prison has not only escaped, but has vowed to kill her and the judge who sentenced him. Nor is she pleased to learn her father has hired her a bodyguard-the one man she never wanted to meet again. Every time she looks at Jake she remembers that with one kiss he'd unleashed such sensual abandon in her that she'd almost gone to bed with him-after knowing him only a few minutes. Luckily, common sense prevailed, but not without having impact.

Veteran best-selling author Francis Ray has unveiled another masterpiece from her gallery of romance novels extraordinaire. As with everything "La Ray" has written so far for Arabesque, INCOGNITO is a definite, unequivocal keeper. (Feb., 234 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Cheryl Ferguson