Once again White brings to life
the world of wrestling with a fast-paced story that has a delightful romance as well as an intriguing
mystery. Even those readers who
are not wrestling fans will find the characters in this story captivating.
The personal growth the main characters experience is wonderfully depicted and the secondary characters portray
a fascinating background.

Big and quiet, DEA agent Jason McBride is often mistaken for being big and dumb: which is probably one of the reasons he was chosen to go undercover as BAM pro-wrestler Jack the Stripper. Investigating steroid sales at high schools coinciding with BAM's arrival in town has him becoming closely caught up in the BAM wrestling family, especially the prime suspect, physical therapist Sandy Ryan. Too bad he appears to be just the sort Sandy is determined not to get involved with. (Love Spell, Oct., 368 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley