When Albany Detective Brianna “Bree” Morris learns that Cuban crime lord Milan Varela wants her estranged father dead, she heads off to Miami to find out why. With Homicide Detective Jayce Matthews and her ex-lover Detective Steven Kemp she devises a plot to get close to the Varela organization. Brianna finds herself attracted to the older Milan and falls deep into his web of seduction while fighting to keep her mind on her mission. Milan is equally drawn to Brianna and vows to win her trust and her heart. Is Milan really the villain when it comes to Brianna’s father? Or is he the victim? Is Brianna’s father really in danger or is there more to the story than anyone could ever imagine? Brianna risks her life to save her father’s but will she end up losing her own? Background on the Bree and Steven Interracial Romantic Suspense series: Albany Detectives Brianna “Bree” Morris and Steven Kemp originate from my ’08 novel Melody. I fell in love with them instantly and I knew th
Last #TBRChallenge book of 2021! I stuck with the #TBRChallenge through the year and only missed 1 month. That's pretty good for a year that was filled with changes and challenges. This month, I read one of the stories from my Radish App, which is the new way I've been reading. Radish Fiction is stories posted as episodes (instead of chapters) and it's addicting . So addicting that I have close to twenty stories I've started reading and I decided to finish one. I read And This Christmas by Bri Stone. It's 9 episodes long, which is pretty short for a Radish story. Overall, I liked the story, but due to its length, it lacked character depth. Two surgeons hook up for a weekend while on an employee vacation. Good, steamy times and a cute HEA. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention that I have a Radish Christmas story available - Here Comes Santa Claus . 12 chapters of sexy Santa Claus fun. Give it a read! I wish you all a wonderful holiday season and a very happy ne
What's more unusual for this month's TBRChallenge than an ice planet millions of miles from Earth? After hearing endless good things about Ruby Dixon's Ice Planet Barbarians series, I gave book one a try. I loved it. It was totally escapist romance at its finest. This is one of my first Science Fiction Romances (I think?) and this might be my gateway book into that genre. I loved it so much I immediately bought book 2 and can't wait to tear through the rest of the series. For some reason, it reminded me of Clan of the Cave Bear (one of my all-time favorite novels). It was shorter in length and I read it in a night.
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