Jackson Fontaine is having a streak of bad luck. His parents have been killed, his plantation vandalized and now his sugar refinery has exploded. But things start looking up when insurance investigator Leanna Cargill starts working with him to unearth the saboteur and ends up doing a number on his heart. While K.N. Casper's JACKSON'S GIRLS (2) is a skillful tale of intrigue with strong sexual chemistry, an unappealing impediment is Jackson's manipulative behavior, which some may find offensive.

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Cohen