Trust Me Once by Jan Coffey
Romantic Suspense - explicit scenes
Reviewed by Carolyn
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What would you do if you were a smart, independent, beautiful lawyer and landed at JFK only to find you were dead?
Well, you probably wouldn't go in search of romance. And neither does the protagonist of Trust Me Once, Sarah Rand. Still that's what she finds. And it is the kind of romance that keeps the reader interested, waiting, waiting, waiting for some s-e-x to happen.
I did not find this boring. It was rather like a hard to catch beau-all the more desirable because he doesn't fall into line too quickly. And the suspense line provided plenty of the ups and downs and ins and outs to keep me in a hotel room reading when I should have been out seeing the sights in San Franciso.
So, is this a good read? Yes. Is it entertaining? Absolutely. Will you like the characters? Sure. Are you going to carry the story with you always? Probably not. If that's what you want, go back to one of those classics that you substituted Cliff Notes for when you were in school. This is a suspenseful romance, and that is quite enough.
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