by Ruth D. Kerce

April 2004
ISBN: 1-59596-007-4
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Being an undercover detective is not all it is cracked up to be, just take it from Renee. She doesnít like the skimpy clothes or the shoes and she doesnít like being out on the street as a hooker. But that is what she seems to be doing a lot of lately and she is tired and cold. Renee knew she got the assignments because of her figure and she wanted more than to be hooker of the department.

Sam, a fellow detective, lusts for Renee and every chance he got he let her know one way or another. But Renee always shot him down, she had yet to give in and go out with him on a date. Renee didnít date other colleagues but that didnít keep Sam from trying.

Letís just say that after one shift on the streets, Sam picked up Renee to take her home. They didnít quite make it to the apartment, it took an act of a gymnast to maneuver in the car and of course we canít forget about the mic that Renee was wearing. Letís leave it as very entertaining.

It wasnít all fun and games for Renee and Sam as someone from Reneeís past came back to haunt her. And he would not and did not let anything or anyone get in his way. But can the two survivor Reneeís past?

Undercovers: Lady Of The Night is the first in a series. Not only does this story have an attraction and chemistry between the hero and heroine but danger as well. If you are looking for a quick read with a no holds barge sex and danger than pick up Undercovers: Lady of the Night.

Reviewed in May 2004 by Pam.

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