Book Review

LOOSE AND EASY
by Tara Janzen

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

2008 Romantic Suspense Nominee

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Sexual tension crackles and snaps between this sizzling pair. Crossing and double-crossing is on most of the characters' agendas, which keeps the pace fast and the action sharp. The genuine affection between Johnny and Esme makes their reignited relationship all the more fun to watch. Janzen's place in the romantic suspense pantheon is assured.

Back in high school, Esme Alden and Johnny Ramos had an
aborted encounter in the backseat
of a souped-up car. Now, just back from Afghanistan and waiting to hear
if he will be joining the SDF team, Johnny is shocked to see Esme in full hooker regalia. P.I. Esme has one shot to get the money needed to bail out
her father from a ruthless bookie, and that means "recovering" a stolen piece of artwork.

Persistent Johnny won't back off, so Esme reluctantly accepts his assistance. When thugs try to snatch Esme prior to the promised debt payoff, she knows
that things have gotten a lot more dicey. There are too many dangerous players in this game, but Esme is not one to
back down. Having Johnny at her back certainly won't hurt either. (DELL, Sep., 406 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Dell

Published: September 2008

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