Cocktail waitress turned psychologist Chrissy McMullen thought she had it made. Then one of her most well-known patients, football player Andrew Bomstad, dies in her office from a heart attack brought on by too much Viagra.

Since "The Bomber" supposedly was seeing Chrissy because of impotence, she's shocked when he tries to rape her and then falls over dead. Making matters worse, Lt. Jack Rivera believes that Chrissy was having an affair with Bomstad and purposely gave him the Viagra. So Chrissy must find the culprit and clear her name before it ruins her practice, but the culprit will do anything to make sure that doesn't happen.

This is an amazingly good book with tons of twists and turns—and it's funny. Chrissy's internal thoughts are hilarious, as are the situations she gets herself into. Plus, the sexual tension between Chrissy and Rivera spices things up but never detracts from the pacing. Greiman has put out a winner that will hopefully become a series. (May, 368 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Robyn Glazer