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by Amie Louellen

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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When a woman makes hard rules for dating, the list becomes an open invitation for them to be broken. This is a quick-moving, lighthearted romance that will leave readers with a smile on their faces. The case of stolen art is resolved quickly toward the end and becomes almost an afterthought to the love story.

Kaylee Stephens comes from a family of cops and, watching her mother deal with the absences and uncertainties, decided long ago that she would never date one. Kaylee is reconnected with Luc Blackfox, a police detective who grew up close to her brothers, when she’s drawn into the investigation of an art theft. Luc has no doubts about his feelings for Kaylee; he simply has to convince her that her fears are unfounded. The two manage to find common ground — while they dodge interference from her family. (SAMHAIN, Dec., 264 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins

Publisher: SAMHAIN

Published: December 2013

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