Frey is the new kid in the New Orleans Police Department. Her fellow
officers don't like her. She's standoffish and always operates strictly
by the book. Back in Los Angeles, her testimony put a bunch of cops
behind bars. She betrayed the blue brotherhood. This can never be
Halloran is the stud of the police station. He loves women and they
love him. All flash, no substance--that's Bobby. His tender heart
is well hidden.
is experiencing severe burnout with the force. His fuse is getting
shorter by the minute. The bad guys are winning all the time and
it's starting to get to him.
Emma is partnered with Bobby, the sparks begin to fly. He doesn't
want to be stuck with a stick-in-the-mud. She doesn't want to be
stuck with a renegade. He's a time bomb just waiting to go off.
A routine breaking-and-entering case starts to become interesting
when the victim turns out to be Bobby's former lover, Chloe. Her
brother is a major drug lord who is currently doing hard time for
shooting a cop: Bobby. Since Chloe won't have anything to do with
her brother, his minions keep an eye on her. When her house gets
trashed and the henchmen start showing up in the obits, Chloe disappears.
She's a barfly. To locate her, Bobby and Emma start hittin' the
thought Bobby was sexy in regular clothes. Seeing him dressed for
bar crawling sends her hormones through the roof!
never realized how sexy Emma was until he sees her all dolled up
as a bar- hopping babe. Now that the blinders are off, her hot bod
never leaves his mind.
buildup to Bobby and Emma's first sexual encounter is gradual. However,
when the time finally comes, the pages start steaming, as do the
windows of Bobby's SUV!
was an enjoyable book with several interesting secondary characters.
The language is frequently typical cop-speak--in other words vulgar.