The great opening scene of Hide And Seek had me laughing and trusting Cherry Adair once more to deliver a riveting roller-coaster ride of a romantic suspense novel with an endless arsenal of ideas for life threatening situations and sizzling sex.
A high security estate in the South American mountains, the most wanted terrorists, a kindergarten teacher, an ex-lover, a missing sister, an evil mother and the worlds security agencies watching, make Hide And Seek an adventure as trashy and entertaining as any well-loved 60s B-picture movies. Toss in some sex drugs, an anaconda, stinking monster bugs and piranhas and you know the characters are in for a good time.
Remember Marnie from Kiss And Tell, remember her brothers? Yes? Good, because this is Kyle Wrights story in a marathon of sex and groping - just good that the reader isn't always out for realistic "actions" in dicey situations
Delanie Eastman, a kindergarten teacher, is posing as a bimbo girlfriend/companion to a gay terrorist in the South American rain forest, looking for his former companion, her younger sister.
Kyle, Delanie's former three-night-stand, joins them on their mountain retreat, putting the finishing touches to a four year long undercover campaign to arrest the terrorist and all his business associates. An explosive combination when they are brought together, resulting in guess what? First mistrust and then hot and steamy, dirty and rough sex.
With a sense of humor that is dark, even morbid and only a few very well placed descriptions Cherry Adair manages to create again a lush atmosphere and setting, wild, beautiful and very dangerous. The stakes are high on both sides, making Hide And Seek exciting, dangerous and very, very seductive with a pace fast and never pausing, chasing the readers through the story of lots of frantic sex in a race against the clock, leaving them breathless and addicted to its highs, yearning for another kick.
Do read it and prepare yourself for the long wait - September 2001 sees Michael Wright's story!