Friday, September 11, 2009

Book Review - Handcuffs and Lies





Handcuffs and Lies
By: Bronwyn Green
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Rating (of 5): 5 Plums

Sometimes promises to friends are the hardest to keep. Undercover police officer, Michael Tanner, promised his dying partner that he'd take care of the man's little sister. Trouble is, after her brother's death, Doctor Tori Spinelli wants nothing to do with Michael-or any other cop for that matter.

Tori has always fought against overprotective men and deception. Forced into protective custody with Michael, she's now faced with both in the same package. Despite their differences, Tori falls in love with him, but how can she trust a man who lies for a living?

Can I say wow? Bronwyn Green has penned a steamy read that’s destined for my keeper shelf. I was reeled in by the opening and captivated for the rest of the book. Tori and Michael’s ‘reunion’ was spectacular…and hot. The scenes were well played out and everything followed logically—but not predictably. Bronwyn Green is a true story teller and I’m certainly anxious to read her next offering.

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