Until Midnight

Book 2 in the Nemesis series.

Nicole Welles never thought that her last job would come back to haunt her. Neither did she suspect that someone wanted her dead. Adam Molloy saved her life before she even knew what was going on. Who is Adam Molloy and why is he is so hell bent on revenge? Nicole and Adam's worlds collide with this one case. They had better figure it out before both of them are dead.

I'll be honest; I have never read an erotic suspense book before so I was intrigued. I am not sorry that I did, I just wish it had been earlier. The story is very fast paced, action packed and sexy. Nicole and Adam are hot from the very beginning but I found that even though the sex was hot, it really wasn't necessary. The characters and plot kept me at the edge of my seat until the last page.

I confess I didn't read book 1 in the series, but I feel that this book stands alone. I will be going back and reading the first book to learn about Maddie and Dan. This title is highly recommended and I can't wait to see if there is a third one from the talented duo of Cerise and Desiree.

Book Blurb for Until Midnight

She’s a strong woman who runs her own high-profile security and protection agency. He’s a burned-out agent with Mossad, on a personal crusade. But when Adam Molloy saves Nicole Welles’ life at a Mexican resort, circumstances bind them together. Not to mention an instant chemistry so hot it rivals the Mexican sun. One predatory kiss and Nicki’s body melts. They may be after drug dealers and killers, but there’s plenty of time for powerful orgasms and inventive erotic activities.It’s soon evident that her would-be killer and Adam’s crusade intersect. The chase takes them from the Yucatan Peninsula to Washington, D.C., to a private island in the Bahamas. And the sex takes them to a new level of physical pleasure. As they scramble to escape danger and catch the killers before they strike again, the couple is determined to also make their pleasure last until midnight and beyond—and many midnights thereafter.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2011 4.75