Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Review: DANGEROUS DESIRES by Dee Davis
Being loyal to your family can really put you in the hot seat when living a life of danger in the Columbian jungle.
Madeline Reynard is a perfect example of all of the above. She started her misadventure in a Columbian prison, had a friend who gave her a “get out of jail free” card, and then moved on to work for a crime lord.
She doesn’t sound so desirable until we find out she obtained her distasteful work in order to save her sister’s life.
As she begins another run for her life, Drake, strong, powerful, and smart-yes, that’s an attraction too- is assigned a mission to bring her back to the states. Drake and his team arrive along with a host of complications, which result in Madeline and Drake fending for themselves against mercenaries in the heated jungle.
And they don’t ignore the dripping wet clothes clinging to their bodies.
Davis’ story is fast paced, gripping, and dangerous with every turn of the page. Family loyalty runs throughout the story causing life threatening situations, yet it triumphs in the end, one way or another.