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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Review - A Thing Called Love by Marilyn Lee
Title: A Thing Called Love
Author: Marilyn Lee
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Roberta
As the only black detective in her department, Jamie Hanna worked hard to earn the respect of her colleagues. When her partner is killed during an unsanctioned stakeout gone wrong, blond, blue-eyed newspaper editor Dan Janson fears she’s involved.
Forced to team up to track down the real killer, Jamie and Dan discover a depth of sensual attraction neither expected. Before they can explore their bittersweet relationship, they find themselves in the killer’s sights.
Will they find love before the final shot or will the killer be more than they bargained for?
When I'm reading an author for the first time, I get excited because I never know what new world I'm entering. This author, Marilyn Lee, jumps right into tackling some very relevant problems in today's society, racism and police corruption. I wish in my heart we were no longer discussing these subjects. Yet, here we are.
The two main characters, Jamie and Dan, are so perfect together. They will keep you on your toes throughout the book. Since, this book is touching on certain issues there undoubtedly will be characters you will not like.
Please note, there are some very hot and steamy scenes that some people might find offensive. Personally, I found the scenes highly erotic and well written.
Even though this was my first experience with Marilyn Lee's work, her list of books is extensive. She writes in several different genres and publishing companies. I look forward to reading more of her work in the future, as well as, her past work. Picking up this book, will be a great addition to anyone's book collection.