In STOLEN HEARTS, Raven Christopher kept her son a secret from her former lover Andre Simone for four years. But when the child is kidnapped, Raven has no other choice but to contact Andre for help.

The last person Andre thought he'd find on his doorstep was Raven. All too suddenly he learns that he's fathered her baby and now Raven wants his help in retrieving "their" son. However, after her past deceptive attempt at stealing his artwork, Andre had cut all ties to his former mistress.

Focusing solely on the recovery of their son, Andre vows not to once again fall for Raven's seductive charms.

Unfortunately, STOLEN HEARTS fell far below my expectations. Constant jumps between secondary characters, and the hero and heroine made for a less than compelling story. It's as if the author lacked passion for both the characters and her story as well. The only enjoyable aspect of STOLEN HEARTS, for this reader, was a glimpse of characters from previous novels. (Oct., 288 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
T.L. Burton