Some Like It in Handcuffs

Christine Warner warms up a cold case and ads definite heat with this suspense story. I loved how you just jump right into the action with this story! Detective Judson Blackwolf is a fabulous hero and I think I myself fell a little in love with him. He is everything a woman can want in a man! He’s got a sense of humor and a sense of duty. He has a strong instinct to protect and even with a wounded heart he manages to bring a pleasure with his presence. Sunny Kennedy is an admirable heroine, someone I would like to have as a friend, someone I’d like to be more like. She is as good as a man at her job without being too aggressive and she is authentic in her actions and reactions when it comes to the mutual attraction with her new partner. Her determination is only matched by her compassion. I enjoyed watching her interaction with her brothers and father and how wonderfully realistic their over protectiveness is. I would like to see each of them get their very own stories.

Book Blurb for Some Like It in Handcuffs

Sunny Kennedy, the only female in a family of blue blood male detectives, is determined to prove testosterone isn’t the only qualification required to solve a cold case. Handcuffed while undercover then taken to the precinct by an attractive detective, her domineering family demands she work with Detective Judson Blackwolf, or she’s off the case.

Judson Blackwolf thinks women in law enforcement should work behind the scenes. The prospect of working with his Captain’s sexy daughter doesn’t thrill him. He only agrees in hopes of solving the murder of his one time mentor’s daughter. Once the case is over, he’s moving to Montana to heal his wounds from the loss of his last partner.

But when their investigation takes a dangerous turn, Sunny and Judd soon realize their feelings for each other cannot be denied.

Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 4.00