Tess Wakefield has cooled on sex. Oh, she did the rebellious wild-child thing in college, making it a point to break all the rules, especially the ones about sex, and all it got her was a string of loser boyfriends and a fear of rashes. Underwhelmed by her experiences, she's happy to focus on her career and leave her vibrator in storage.
"Unique, darkly compelling"
In Night of the Panther, the second installment of Suzanne Forster’s Stealth Commandos trilogy, world-renowned criminal lawyer Johnny Starhawk thought he had forgotten Honor Bartholomew. Honor - the only daughter of a wealthy mining family, and Johnny, a motherless Apache - were once best friends from opposite sides of the tracks. But after a bitter betrayal, Johnny did everything he could to erase the memory of her.
"Native American Commando"
In Surrender, Baby, the third book in Suzanne Forster’s Stealth Commandos trilogy, Geoff Dias is a mercenary with the ability to stir the desire of any woman with whom he crosses paths. Miranda Witherspoon, a hotel executive with a missing fianc, seeks out a bounty hunter. She can’t say no to the 6’4” Dias, whose broad shoulders and emerald stare render him impossible to ignore. Randy can’t shake the feeling that she’s met him before.
"Very predictable but still enjoyable"
Annie Wells travels to dusty Wyoming in search of bounty hunter Chase Beaudine, the man who saved her life—and whom she hasn’t seen since the night they were married five years ago. The first in Suzanne Forster’s Stealth Commandos trilogy, Child Bride recounts bounty hunter Chase Beaudine’s reunion with Annie Wells, a red-haired and cream-complexioned beauty from his past.
"Nice Simple Story"
Hot on the trail of an adulterous wife, private investigator Bev Brewster meets her match: Detective Sam Nichols, who sees through her conservative veneer. Ignoring Bev’s efforts to deflect his primal urges, Sam is determined to awaken her long-dormant sexuality. Forced to work together on a high-profile case to flush out a con man, they go undercover on a luxury cruise.
Desperate to save her family from financial ruin, Edwina Moody accepts a precarious job, putting her in the path of an intimidating biker gang - and one member in particular, Diablo, with whom she strikes a bold bargainAfter Edwina Moody’s father skips town, deserting his family and leaving behind massive debts, the task of escaping financial ruin falls to Edwina.
When a mysterious stranger arrives in Shady Trees, things go quickly awry: Clocks stop, small children insist they’ve spotted UFOs, and the prim and proper schoolteacher begins indulging in abduction fantasies. One night in quiet, bucolic Shady Trees, two children witness a startling occurrence: A giant silver figure engulfed in green light emerges from the darkness before them, picks up a dead bird, and brings it back to life.
"Why O why did I like this so much??"
Sasha has always born more than a passing resemblance to movie star Leslie Parrish, and has been turned down for role after role as a result. She expects the same at her next audition. She’s been told it’s a secret project—and finds herself standing on a faintly lit stage, staring into a black void illuminated only by the flicker of a cigarette and a stranger’s seductive voice, probing her.
Sent to reform school years before by Blake Wheeler, the now grown up Cat D'Angelo returns to her Oregon hometown to tell District Attorney Wheeler a thing or two, but working together on a criminal case leads them to conversation of the pillow variety.