J.D. Gamble is Creole and Sable Duchesne is a Cajun. The Garden District doesnít just play with the swamp and not get hurt. Both communities are protective of their own and their traditions and culture.
Sable is at the wrong place at the wrong time and discovers the dead body of a beloved. Nearly getting killed, rescued from the burning building, she is now the only witness. Making it his mission to protect her is detective J.D. Gamble. The man whose heart she broke ten years ago. Chased through the Quarter and the swamp, Sable needs to trust J.D. to survive. Heís not letting her out of his sight and not out of his arms. Not ever again!
Not everything makes sense in this rich and sexy romantic suspense. And I really didnít like J.D.ís mother and wouldnít ever want her to be my mother-in-law, but with the seductive rhythm and sensual pull of New Orleans and its people and traditions, itís impossible to escape the alluring effect of Sable and J.D.ís exciting, intense and passionate story.
Jessica Hallís new release Into The Fire seems to be the second book featuring the Gamble brothersóI need to get hold of the first oneóand with Cort Gamble already burning up the pages with J.D.ís partner Terri, I canít wait to read their story. Maybe even get Caine Gantry and Moriah Navarreís story, too!
Jessica Hallís books are addictive. Fast-paced, filled with danger, steamy sex and irresistible characters they are perfect passionate romantic suspense novels with the added depth of cultures colliding and love to transcend all.