by Tara Janzen

November 2005
ISBN: 0-553-58611-4
Reviewer Graphic Button Dell Publishing
Mass Market Paperback

Crazy Cool is the second in the series of the SDF (Special Defense Forces) men. This story deals with Christian Hawkins, aka Superman and his one true love, Katya Dekker.

It seems that Hawkins has really pulled bodyguard duty along with Dylan Hart. Hawkins canít believe he was there at an art auction at the Denver Botanic Gardens. He is in for a surprise when he sees Kat.

Kat canít believe that her mother has bodyguards on her and no one else than Christian Hawkins. Her mother, Senator Marilyn Dekker, wouldnít put Christian within an arms reach of her daughter, not after what happened thirteen years ago.

The chemistry between Hawkins and Kat hasnít diminished with time at all. In fact it seems to have grown stronger and it doesnít take long for that sexual attraction to surface and in the most unlikely of places.

Hawkins will protect Kat with his life and it doesnít have to be an order. He has help when things seem to be going all wrong and nothing is going as planned. It seems someone is out to put Hawkins back in jail for a crime he didnít commit but was in jail for two years for said crime.

Hawkins is like Superman cool when under fire and letís not forget the tattoo that he has. Sorry, but you have to read the story to find out about the tattoo. It is an amazing one.

Crazy Cool is full of deception and fast paced action. You never know what will happen when you turn the page. This story has once again the secondary characters of 738 Steele Street and of course we canít forget about the fast and mean cars that play a roll in these stories as well.

If youíre ready for another fix of these sexy and dangerous men then pick up Crazy Cool. You will not be disappointed. Be on the lookout for the next book in February, Crazy Wild. This one is about Creed Rivera.

Reviewed in January 2006 by Pam.

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