Dancing With Danger

Rachel has a relationship with a bad ass mercenary op soldier. At least she thinks she does. She welcomes him once in a while when he appears. He comes in like a shadow, creeps into the night and seduces her with his body. A body that she misses and a voice she can never forget. Rachel never expected to see Gabriel Peralta again, at least not in a tuxedo at a fundraisers ball. She expected a night of sex and passion not running away from danger. Can she trust Gabriel in protecting her?
Gabriel Peralta has seen many things as a mercenary soldier. He’s seen death and lived in danger yet the one thing that keeps him sane is Rachel Windsor. A woman he met by chance but one who has changed his life. He knows he should stay away from her but she is like a drug to him. Rachel tempts him with her beauty, her sweet voice and a passion he can’t stay away from. He wanted just one dance with her yet he never expected he would be protecting her from a danger he brought to her. Can he keep her safe especially if the danger is him?
Get ready people for a story filled with danger and passion all in one - it will make you want more. We see Gabriel through Rachel’s eyes. At first he’s a stranger yet he’s a man who is also passionate. He loves taking risks and facing danger, while at the same time he loves deeply. These two were great and complete each other in every way. This is another outstanding story by Desiree Holt.

Book Blurb for Dancing With Danger

Book Length: Novella
Rachel Windsor knew nothing about Gabriel Peralta except that he was walking sex appeal. He blew into her life without notice, here today then always gone on a puff of wind. But each time he appears, he does things to her body that even her fantasies haven’t conjured up, driving her to orgasms that shake her like a raging storm. His mouth knows every inch of her body. The imprint of his intimate kisses linger long after he disappears.
Now he’s back again, his life unexpectedly on the line. But even in the danger zone his sexual demands are more scorching than ever and this time, Rachel is determined not to lose him—or the erotic lifestyle that binds them.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2009 4.75