Nailing His Target

Emma lives through others, sort of. She’s been in a monogamous (or is it monotonous?) relationship and that just ended. At her friends bachelorette party she zeroes in on the hot stripper who seems intent on her as well. She’s young and single, so why not? She’s due for some!

Poor Shane! Sexy and single, but also at a loss as to what to do with his life; I really felt for him and got him more as a character than Emma. He was more interesting as he floundered his way through life, determined to find his niche. Too bad he kept messing up. But this mess up proves to be a winner in the end.

OMG I loved the granny panties! You can tell a girl is not a serial bar fly if she’s wearing those. Thinking she had accidentally imbibed a libido-inducing drug didn’t hurt Emma cutting loose on her inhibitions, but it was all chemistry between these two. This is a fast moving story that goes from zero to sixty but ends up with an emotional connection, not just a sexual one. While we don’t end at the altar, I get the feeling these two will probably end up there.


Book Blurb for Nailing His Target

She’s ready to unleash her wild side, granny panties and all.

Serial monogamist Emma Donegan has never had a one-night-stand—and she’s definitely never propositioned a smokin’-hot guy while wearing decidedly unattractive lingerie. But when she sees the sexy cop stripper at a friend’s bachelorette party, she resolves to make her most risqué fantasies come true.

Playing the part of a stripper is way out of private detective Shane Madison’s comfort zone, but the future of his business hangs on this one case. Too bad the incriminating evidence leads right to the irresistible brunette who keeps slipping tens into his G-string. Shane’s had a few too many career mishaps and he’s almost positive he’s on the verge of another. Because the one woman he can’t stay away from is the same woman making it so hard for him to remember his priorities.

A Romantica® contemporary erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously published elsewhere as Conquered in 2011.


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2013 4.00