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Agents Kendall Frasier and Zane Vincent have a common past that might affect their working together in the future. He shot her partner, a partner she disliked working with. Sent to a tropical island to work through any emotional hang-ups that might have materialized, Kendall and Zane suddenly find themselves in close proximity and forced to work through their anger and guilt.
Kendall hates Zane. Not for long though. A good psychiatrist, moonlight walks, a sandy beach and the hot sun change her mind. Or maybe itís his oiled chest, his laughter and his talented moves on the dance floor. Going solo is only so much fun, even while listening to a familiar rhythm and tune next door.
Zane is a babe. Itís no wonder that Kendall falls for his charms. Breakfast in bed and some delicious attention with the sun beating down on her, have her wishing for more than just a holiday romance. And Zane isnít someone to refuse her once all emotional obstacles are removed.
Friendly Fire is a little short to satisfy when it comes to in-depth character development and Iím not really sure how and why they fell in love. Maybe finding the right partner to test a shower built for two is enough. Itís definitely enough to provide some light reading entertainment. Friendly Fire is sexy and sizzling and just the right thing while dreaming of summer, tropical islands and sensual delights.