Deceive Her With Desire by Nina Pierce
Series: Dangerous Affairs, Book 2
Publisher: Seaside Publications
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Blue Ribbon Rating: 3 out of 5
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After her latest girlfriend breaks her heart, landscaper Deirdre Tilling is ready to give up on finding either Mr. or Ms. Right. Deirdre is determined to find someone to simply have a good time with, and the gorgeous man she meets at a party fits the bill perfectly.
Undercover DEA Agent Ayden Scott can’t believe his luck. Not only is Deirdre gorgeous, likeable and great in bed, but she’s just been employed by the suspected drug lord he’s determined to bring down. Ayden thinks he can use his new connection to Deirdre to help him build his case, but he doesn’t count on her being caught in the cross-hairs. Nor does he count on his feelings for her going deeper than simple lust. What will happen when Deirdre learns his true identity? If the drug lord has his way, Ayden won’t live long enough to find out.
Passion and suspense go hand-in-hand in Deceive Her With Desire. Author Nina Pierce knows how to turn up the heat and keep it on high, which makes Deceive Her With Desire a deliciously erotic read. Couple that with the danger brought about by Ayden’s case and you’ll find that Deceive Her With Desire is definitely a high-octane thrill of a read.
Deceive Her With Desire is the second story in Ms. Pierce’s Dangerous Affairs series, but it can be read as a standalone. I haven’t read the other Dangerous Affairs books, but I enjoyed Deceive Her With Desire so much that I’ve already bought the first book in the series, Blind Her With Bliss. All in all, I enjoyed Deceive Her With Desire, and I’m looking forward to reading more about the endearing Tilling family.
Note: Deceive Her With Desire was previously published as Love's Bounty and the series was previously titled Tilling Passions.
Note 2: My review was written for Romance Junkies and is cross-posted here with permission from Romance Junkies.
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.