SEXY/DANGEROUS
by Beverly Jenkins

November 2006
ISBN: 0-06-081899-9
Reviewer Graphic Button Harper Collins
Mass Market Paperback
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Beverly Jenkins' newest novel Sexy/Dangerous continues her popular NIA series by introducing her first female agent- Max Blake. Max is one of those women who can do everything and look good doing it. In Sexy/Dangerous Max’s newest assignment is to protect Dr. Adam Gary; a scientist who has just discovered an alternate energy source to heat homes. However, this discovery put the world’s leaders on edge. A new energy source could mean a whole new world for the country that had it.


So, Maxine is sent to save the day- a true female James Bond! However, she soon discovers Adam is no slouch himself. As the two of them get to know one another sparks fly as does the humor. Everything that can go wrong does; from bathrooms flooding to dogs running amuck. This book really has a humorous side. Dr. Adam is a world renowned scientist who in his opinion does not have time for the terrorists that are after his prototype. He just wants to be left alone to finish his research! However, when Max, as the new housekeeper/security expert arrives; Adam discovers that he might just have the time to figure out this complicated but intriguing woman.


Sexy/Dangerous is just that- a wild and steamy ride for any reader. I loved this book from the kick ass heroine to the stuff yet loveable scientist, this book is one fun read! Jenkins does a wonderful job of interweaving a tricky plot with a tender love story and don’t worry, you action fans, this book won’t let you down. It was also nice to touch base with all the beloved characters we have seen in previous novels. Every one from Myke to Saint makes an appearance. That touch just makes this book even more special and hot! Wow is this book steamy! The love story is right up front just where us romance fans like it! If a romance mixed with missiles and wild car chase is on your radar than run our a pick up this winner!


Reviewed in December 2006 by Jen.

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