Small-town florist Rosie Bliss quietly sells herbal aphrodisiac teas but doesn't want any publicity because she has a secret past. If it comes out, she could be killed. Police chief Sam Maguire has noticed Rosie, and when she's accused of peddling dope, he has to investigate, even though he can't believe the charge. Rosie is afraid that her tea is what's caused Sam's attraction, so she feels guilty and conflicted when their relationship starts. My Only Vice (3), by Elizabeth Bevarly, is a sweet romance with good humor and heartwarming characters. Sexual tension and character conflict are good as Sam and Rosie learn to trust themselves and each other.
Reviewed by: 
Page Traynor