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THE PERFECT STRANGER
by Alison Kent

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: SCORCHER

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Kent's newest installment in her SG-5 series lacks the intensity and drive of the other books. The suspense unfolds late in the story and there's so much mystery surrounding the circumstances of the plot that it's easy to lose interest. Kent's detailed sexual scenes range from making love under a waterfall to risque anal sex in the jungle to a drug-induced attempted rape.

SG-5 pilot Jack Briggs is kidnapped, drugged and led deep into the jungle of San Torisco by World Relief team leader Jillian Endicott, who's posing as his pregnant wife. Jack insists he can't help her, but as her plight unfolds, his head and his heart soften to her.

When her son and best friend
go missing and law enforcement
bears down on them, Jack and Jillian race against time to get everyone off the island alive. (Brava, Apr., 272 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Madsen

Publisher: Brava

Published: April 2007

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